With "the Iconic pieces", Jacadi Paris offers an emblematic clothing line defined by timeless elegance, inspired by cuts, materials and motifs that were milestone in the history of children fashion, while reinventing codes.
Iconic, bloomers are crafted in coton poplin, for added softness on baby's skin, with cross back braces, elasticised legs to allow baby freedom of movements. A charming ruffle for a poetic Spring Summer season.
Jacadi's charm : colourful embroideries on the smock details.
Bloomers first appear in the 1920s but they really become Sunday outings iconic outfits in the 1930s. Embellished with printed fabrics, smocks or English embroidery, this classic piece with a Peter Pan collar dresses babies from Spring to Summer.Discover bloomers
The Layette set
To help baby enjoy his first months peacefully, Jacadi's Iconic layette set is a cocoon of softness, with a warm merino wool jacket to discover the world.
Jacadi's charm : natural mother-of-pearl buttons on the jacket for a refined and elegant finishing touch.
1920s newborn is dressed with the clothes lovingly knitted by his mother. The fashionable layette set is composed of kimono cardigans, jackets, wool leggings, booties, with simple cuts but decorative stitches.
The Polo shirt
With its sportswear and urban spirit, Jacadi's Iconic polo shirt can be paired with every boy's outfits. It scores points everytime!
It can be worn on all playing fields: city, school, week-ends, holidays and even ceremony!
Jacadi's charm : colourful stripes brighten up the retro-chic spirit of the essential white polo shirt.
The French tennis player Jean René Lacoste (1904-1996) was the first to invent an alternative to the white shirt worn at the time to practice this sport. From the begining, the short sleeve, ribbed collar and buttoned opening polo shirt was crafted in cotton piqué, soft yet durable. Succes was immediate.Discover polo shirts
The sailor shirt
Always fashionable, Jacadi's Iconic sailor shirt adds a seaside flair to city outfits, whatever the season!
Crafted in soft cotton jersey, it carries on the tradition with a boat neckline and nautical stripes.
Jacadi's charm : a Jacadi logo and snap button openings at the collar customise this timeless style.
Nautical stripes were frequent in middle-class children fashion as off the 19th century. The width and number of stripes were codified by the Royal Navy in 1858.
The Polo dress
For girls, the polo shirt becomes a dress, right on the mark! True to sportswear spirit ( cotton piqué, ribbed collar, short sleeves) with smart details for a finishing touch.
Jacadi's charm : stripes are a tribute to the sporty chic spirit of this Iconic polo dress.
Sported by the first tennis champions in the 1920s, it is knitted for added confort and has inspired women and girl fashion since then.Discover polo dresses
The smock dress
Ruffled sleeves and matching bloomers, Jacadi's Iconic smock dress is perfect for all occasions: ceremony, family gatherings, spring stroll, sunny holidays...
Jacadi's charm : Dazzling white poplin highlights delicate colourful embroideries.
Crafted with different materials and decorated with smocks inspired by British and Welsh peasants'outfits, it is then called American dress. It is a specific garment from girl's wardrobe from the end of the 19th century.
Each year, Jacadi selects Liberty prints that will be revisited with the season colours. Constantly renewed, Liberty fabrics by Jacadi blow a fresh wind on children's wardrobe.
Jacadi's charm : like a precious detail, Liberty prints adorn Peter Pan collars or bows on a hair clip.
Flowery motifs printed on a light cotton cloth, 12 to 18 colours, the Liberty print invented by Sir Arthur Lasenby in 1875 becomes a children fashion classic from the 1930s. It is used to craft shirts, dresses and school smock.Discover Liberty prints
The Mary Janes
Jacadi's Iconic Mary Janes are crafted in fine leather, for a lovely fit with a Jacadi riveted Velcro strap. Each season, Jacadi revisits the style with bold colours.
Jacadi's charm : Mary Janes brighten up Spring Summer looks with a silver or gold touch!
In the 1920s, Mary Janes become a classic. First real pair of shoes, it symbolises the transition from baby to little girl. Simple, lovely and convenient, this shape meets success in the inter-war period.