Sweatshirt from the Bobo Choses brand. The sweatshirt is high quality and manufactured with precision, thanks to this the sweatshirt is durable and comfy. It has a print on front.
Material: 100% Cotton
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Bobo Choses was born in 2008 with the idea of creating a clothing brand that could capture the magical, passionate look and language of children. The first collection, autumn winter 2009 The Englishman and the Sitting Bull, was successfully received by both public and media. Since then, our growth has been constant: our garments, made locally, can be found in more than thirty countries. At Bobo Choses we are taking a step further as a brand and to adapt ourselves to the growing needs we have updated our brand image. Among the novelties there is our new logo, inspired by the world of children, their feelings and their playing. If you love our logo and treat it right, it will love you too. Bobo Choses’ team works passionately to create innovative and fun worlds for children. The creative department is led by Adriana Esperalba, founder and creative director of the company. Each collection tells a story that we publish as a children’s book, making clothes special and meaningful. We love hand-illustrated prints that go along with carefully selected colours and fabrics in comfortable shapes. Bobo Choses speaks the language of children. Our core values are creativity, passion, honesty and a sense of humour.
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