Inspired by the classic Mackintosh, our Midi Raincoat is our longest coat and go-to style. The Midi is made from our 100% waterproof fabric, incorporating raglan sleeves for ease of movement. Designed to last for at least three years, the Midi can be cuffed up to 10cm so that the coat grows with your child. The Midi was designed to cut out all wind chill, and paired with warm wool layers, this coat can be worn all year round. Features: 100% recycled, windproof, machine washable, breathable, mud and dirt repellant, waterproof, made in Canada Colour - Morel
Faire Child is inspired by the joy of a child engaged in the outdoors, with total comfort and freedom, coupled with a transformative “Endlessly Reusable” model of environmental and social responsibility in childrens’ apparel.
Their garments invite children to immerse in their most important pursuits: making and playing in the outdoors. Faire Child support parents and educators in fostering curiosity and care for the natural world, without interruption from the weather. Faire Child pants, jackets and suits are completely waterproof, chemical free, made in Canada and are 100% recycled content and recyclable.
Tabitha Osler, the designer behind Faire Child, is an advocate for getting outside. An ambassador for puddle jumping! She is a designer and most importantly, a mother. As a parent, she knew that we all want the best for our children. This includes a world with bounties of food, natural resources and access to clean water.
With all this in mind she created Faire Child. As there is an urgent change needed in the fashion industry she wanted to help other parents and kids be able to play, explore and fall in love with their natural world. Tabitha designed waterproof garments that allow children to be outdoors - everyday, all day, whatever the weather – and has done it in the most transparent way possible. All this so you can be confident that your Faire Child rain wear is kind to kids, parents and the planet.
Faire Child is proudly designed and produced in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia in Canada.