In the press


Comfy cashmere with local south west London company Les Tricots De Margot 
Families - London South West (p. 5) - December 2013

Comfy cashmere with local south west London company Les Tricots de Margot
Featuring the highest quality cashmere with a touch of French design, this gorgeous collection brings warmth, style and comfort at an affordable price.We love their cashmere dresses and booties – the perfect gift for a new baby..


Les Tricots de Margot featured in TATLER's parents' guide (October issue) 

Les Tricots de Margot featured TATLER !
Les Tricots de Margot's beautiful range of pure cashmere products will bring warmth and softness to your little ones. available from birth up to 3 years, these beautiful timeless French-inspired pieces are an ideal gift that will stand the test of time and can be passed down to younger ones...


MINI città - March 2013

Les Tricots de Margot featured in Italy !
MINI città is THE guide to look at when searching for any adorable clothes for babies and toddlers: where can one find the latest fashion item for children? They will have the answer. It is also about the best places to entertain or the best toy to educate your "MINI" ones. Their aim: helping parents in their daily needs in entertaining and taking care of their children.


When Matt Damon became a customer - London (Notting Hill) - Autumn 2012

A charming customer !
We had the visit of Matt Damon last October in our pop up shop of Portobello. This was a nice surprise. As Matt and his lovely wife Luciana have a 2 years old daughter: Stella, they decided to spoil their little one with Les Tricots de Margot's clothes and accessories. Stella will be well prepared for the coming winter in Manhattan ! For the little story, Matt is a very patient customer as we were very busy this day in the shop .. Thank you !


angels & urchins - London (p. 73) - Autumn 2011
Snug as a bug !
We just love this cosy baby cardigan with pom-pom ties. It comes in pink, beige or grey and is made of 100% cashmere. £59-65...


Families - London South West (p. 4) - April 2011
Dress your little one to impress !
If you thought baby cashmere was only for a very special occasion, think again. Les Tricots de Margot has been set up by two local mothers who wanted to create dream clothes for little ones knitted with high quality cashmere in a timeless French design.The clothes are made of 100% cashmere and, most importantly, are affordable. Pascaline and her partner Aude have selected high quality cashmere wool from Inner Mongolia, and the clothes are made...


Babyccino Kids - Dec 2010
Les Tricots de Margot, a new label created by two French friends and young mums, caters to little babies with their high quality, highly adjustable, beautiful cashmere pieces. I really adore the little jumpsuit I have for Ava — it’s so super soft and light weight! And because of the seemingly endless row of mother of pearl buttons on the shoulder straps, she will be able to wear it the entire winter… A great investment for a cold winter to come!


Chic Little Baby - Nov 2010
 Naturally, CLB is an enormous fan of cashmere. Now, thanks to brand new label Les Tricots de Margot, it has just got a little more affordable. Just launched by French friends, London-based Pascaline Kraus and Paris-based Aude Zhang, this beautifully designed baby cashmere line doesn't cost the earth. The pair have made it their mission to provide cashmere at obtainable prices by seeking out producers in Inner Mongolia ...


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