ISSUE 48  |  Anglophilia

Remodelista Market Spotlight: Flora and Henri Children’s Clothes and More

December 02, 2015 4:00 PM

BY Margot Guralnick

One more reason to come to our markets this month in Los Angeles and San Francisco: For the first time, longstanding children’s wear favorite Flora and Henri will be joining us. Known for their exquisitely detailed newborn to preteen designs–read about the company in our House Call with founder Jane Hedreen–the Seattle company has branched out. It has become a go-to online source for women’s as well as kid’s clothes, and is now offering an inspired capsule collection of artisan-made housewares. 

Flora and Henri will be among the 30-plus vendors at both the LA and SF Remodelista markets. Here are the details and a small sampling of the offerings.

  • Los Angeles–Saturday and Sunday, December 5-6: The Remodelista Market will be in residence at Big Daddy’s Antiques at 3334 La Cienega Place near Culver City from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
  • San Francisco–Saturday and Sunday, December 12-13: The Remodelista Market will be in the factory space at Heath Ceramics at 2900 18th St. in the Mission from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.

For Kids


Above: The Flora and Henri Silk Satin Fairy Floss Dress with made-in-Italy Gold Shimmer Frances Flats

With a mission to operate production facilities that directly benefit women and children, Flora and Henri is currently working in Madagascar, Nepal, and Bolivia. And to help revive the garment industry on the homefront, its Essentials line is made in Seattle. 


Above: Plush Hansa Turkish White Goats have hand-trimmed coats of faux fur.


Above L: For outdoor play and indoor display, the Flying Dutchman Ship Kite is crafted in Bali. Above R: Moon Dominos are the work of Brooklyn studio Fredericks & Mae.

For Women


Above: Flora and Henri’s Women’s Cashmere Featherweight Sweater comes in buff (shown) and dove gray, and is 100 percent cashmere with gold lurex stitching on the collar. 

For the Home


Above: Designed as a portable mattress for daybeds and hammocks, and for rolling out on the floor during sleepovers, Hedgehouse’s down- and fiber-filled Mini Throwbeds come in a range of stripes.


Above: Ted Muehling’s now classic porcelain Egg Vases are made by Nymphenburg of Germany. See them on Flora and Henri creator Jane Hedreen’s own mantel in our Housecall post An Impossibly Grand Home in Seattle–and tour her garden, A Grand Classic from an Earlier Century, on Gardenista.

For more previews from our December Remodelista Holiday Markets in LA and SF, check out:

See you at the markets!