Infantium Victoria, founded 2014 by Julia Gaydina and Dinie van den Heuvel, specialises in the design of high-end organic and vegan fashion for kids. At Infantium Victoria we deeply care for our children’s wellbeing. That’s why we use only organic materials sourced, produced and distributed sustainably.
Infantium Victoria, founded 2014 by Julia Gaydina and Dinie van den Heuvel, specialises in the design of high-end organic and vegan fashion for kids.
Influenced by a deep fascination for romantic themes and nostalgia Infantium Victoria offers a true alternative to mainstream fast-fashion – not only aesthetically but also ethically.
At Infantium Victoria we deeply care for our children’s current wellbeing and are determined to help guarantee their future. This is why we use only organic materials and source, produce and distribute sustainably. We deliver sophisticated yet practical designs that last – clothes full of individuality, bemused and inspiring at the same time.
Since the day of our start in 2014, design and quality, combined with sustainable development and ethics, have been the cornerstones of Infantium Victoria’s philosophy.
We also committed to cruelty-free fashion from the very first collection. Infantium Victoria’s product range is 100% is PETA-Approved VEGAN since 2015.
Traceability of the supply chain, transparency of productive processes and social responsibility are the foundations of our business. Every product presented on a website comes with the list of used materials, along with their suppliers, name and location of the production facility, and labor intensity.
All patterns for our Infantium Victoria clothes are handmade by atelier D’andt in Zaventem, Belgium. Based on the patterns and samples our production partners in Germany, Portugal (Pereira & Rocha), Spain (eho tricot) and India (Suvastra, Mila Clothing, Nagesh Knits) create the final products. We select all our partners based on their track record regarding sustainable utilisation of resources, sound waste management, ethical working conditions and independent monitoring of these key indicators.