Colour.Love.Light — baby RSS



Mini Bili Sparks at Dot To Dot London Childrenswear Trade Show

Mini Bili made its debut at London’s independent childrenswear trade show, ‘Dot to Dot’ on its 10thEdition held at the Vinyl factory in Soho. Being one of the ‘Spark’ brands as first timers to the show, it was an exciting prospect to connect with retailers face to face, gaining their perspective and feedback on what is happening on the front end of children’s boutiques across the U.K. As a bespoke brand, it became clear from the show that our processes are unique from those of other luxury kids wear brands. With us the norm is for our clients to choose from a range of vintage fabrics, designing to the specifications for their children and making exclusive pieces. Having spoken to...

Continue reading



Bubble London!

A great start to the week here with a visit to Bubble London at the Business Design Center in Islington.  As you know Mini*Bili by House of Bilimoria launched just a baby 3 months ago and we have been super excited to get along to the show to meet all the fabulous children's wear brands out there- PLUS the day packed with some great informational talks and seminars, in Bubble's very own "Look Who's Talking" Seminar Programme.First off we made sure to get to the venue well in time for Buttercrumble's talk on branding. Buttercrumble are a sister act. A twin sister act! The talk was informative and fresh, great to see young fresh talent sharing their journey in the world of...

Continue reading



Mini*Bili the Story so far.

As the excitement of launching the brand new line Mini*Bili continues, a thought came through to share the journey so far, in the lead up to finally launching a side of House of Bilimoria that has been long in the works. Mini*Bili was born through the love of self-expression and uniqueness. It’s the magic of childhood that brought me here. Throughout my young days, the earliest memories are dressing up. Dressing up in clothes that had been made by hand. By either one of my grandparents, or my mother. From that ripe age, the essence of a handmade item of clothing definitely wore to a different level of self-expression than something that I saw picked off the peg where there...

Continue reading