The Morley label was founded in 2010 by Jacques Naessens and Annick Loosveldt. They were manufacturers for other Belgian children's fashion designers and began a collaboration with Anouck Robyn, who had already distinguished herself as a bizarre and talented designer of various collections. You can find luxurious fabrics in an exquisite colour palette and clothes for children from 2 to 16 years old. Effortless, sporty styles go hand in hand with exaggerated trend pieces. The silhouettes are deceptively simple, but if you look closer you will see thoughtful cuts and sophisticated tailoring. As usual, Morley works a lot on colour and texture. The label likes to mate unusual colours and sometimes also presents many "Print on Print" silhouettes. Indigo and other ethnic-looking prints are combined with very romantic looks, clunky oversized cardigans or hairy knitwear. Fantasy and subtlety are combined with impeccable forms to offer us highly original collections. Boredom and despondency will not set the tone with Morley.