A wardrobe full of playful ideas

Merrimaking are excited to announce their new 2016 summer collection. Inspired by playful ideas, this season sees glittery jumpers, tropical bumbags and gender-free slogan t-shirts. Their pieces are designed to add fun to your summer wardrobe. All designs are available now from the Merrimaking website and in selected retailers from 15 June.

From the girls who first brought Animal Hoods to the UK festivals, recent collaborations with Sink The Pink and Freya Momomoses shows that the fun hasn’t stopped. The new collection features clouds, glitter, fruit and a clear love of pastels, all present in the new 'Over It' rainbow beanies, ‘Silly Boy’ and ‘Cloud’ tees, Watermelon Bumbags and glittery ‘Disco’ sweatshirts. 

Merrimaking first grabbed attention for their handmade Animal Hoods, which have taken the festival season by storm ever since they launched in 2009. All of their designs are gender-free, and designed to add some fun to your wardrobe. 

Check out the full collection at 

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Meg Tait


Previously featured in magazines including Vogue, Cosmopolitan and Grazia, Merrimaking have also attracted interest from famous faces such as Ellie Goulding, Rizzle Kicks, Zoe Ball and Rob Da Bank. Their pieces have flooded the fields at the summer festivals, been featured on TV, and have been a high-seller in Selfridges, London.

Stockists to date include Selfridges, Wolf&Badger, Nylon Shop, Lazy Oaf, ASOS Marketplace and Secret Garden Party.



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