As I child, I grew up among Pantone catalogs and fabric swatches, which were brought home by my dad. He worked in the textile industry since I can recall, in the printing department. I loved visiting him at work and walking through those giant buckets with thousands of colors while covering my ears from the noise of the printing machines.


Meanwhile, my mom was always creating something: our clothes, decorations for our bedrooms. I loved to play with the paint she used to stamp flowers into cushions or dress my dolls in the little clothes she has sewn for them. So, it was no surprise, I guess, that I too ended up loving colors, patterns, sewing, designing, creating something to bring joy to others.


I started my Fashion Design degree at the University of Buenos Aires and finished it with an exchange program at the University of Applied Science in Berlin, after emigrating from Argentina to Germany. Shortly after that, I began working at a Design Agency in Hamburg, where I was able to engage with many different niches and clients and their particular needs.  


Some years later, after becoming a mom, I decided to start this new challenge on my own and support others with my expertise, my knowledge, and... my passion for baby and kidswear design!


You can learn more about my way in the fashion and textile industry here.

Lucia Sanguinetti-Jonescheit

First-hand Experience

 Motherhood completely changed my mind as a designer in the best way: it helped me understand many issues and made me think of possible solutions. My goal is to make the lives of young families easier and prettier. 

My Motivation

My work is my purpose, my driving force. 

 Creating products that are safe, with good quality materials, well-fitting, and good-looking is the reason I get up every day and do what I do. Most importantly, it keeps pushing me to achieve bigger and better things with each new challenge.

Full Range Service

Textile Design plays a crucial role in children's fashion: repeating patterns, placement prints, embroideries, etc. It creates a more cohesive look when it all comes from the same hand, and it also saves you a lot of time and effort. 


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