lala Berlin x Lana Grossa
We created something warm for women and girly girls with the yarns and wools from Lana Grossa.
  • If you followed lala Berlin from the early days you know that it all started with knitwear. Today we still stuck to our roots – especially with the „Atelier by lala Berlin“-collection – but keep it more avant-garde. But sometimes we still behave childish when we created a special Mother & Kid capsule collection together with Lana Grossa. Lana Grossa is a specialist for exclusive hand-knit yarns and premium wool.

    The Bavaria-based, family-run company doesn’t do fashion itself. Instead they offer the perfect tools for designers like us and everyone else (we mean: you) to work with. Merino, Cashmere, Baby Alpaca, Kid Mohair and Silk from Australia, New Zealand or South America are only a few to name. The yarns themselves are produced at spinning mills in Italy.

    It’s the second time that lala Berlin has done some design work for Lana Grossa with their premium wool and yarns and the results are again – what should we say but – marvelous. The motto this time is „Same Same but Different“. Of course, Leyla’s daughter Lou had her impact by creating the „young line“. Leyla says: „Through my work as a fashion designer my daughter has grown up surrounded by fashion and knitwear in particular.“

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  • The collection consists of four ladies’ models which are very oversize and three sporting chunky children’s models showing big stars as well as accessories like hats and scarves. We personally are a big fan of the star-headband for kids which looks like a little crown but made of wool.

    But don’t be afraid of getting lost in your yarns and . The knitting instructions can be found in the Lana Grossa design special issue, number 2, and the very special yarns can be found here corresponding to the models and bought in one of those shops.

    Have yourself a cosy knitting weekend!

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