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Nobody’s Child

Responsibly made iconic dresses for women doing extraordinary things every day

Nobody’s Child is a London based fashion brand established in 2015. We make responsible clothing for free spirited and strong willed women with materials that have a lower impact on the planet. We believe that people can look and feel their best whilst being kinder to the Earth. Our mission is to revolutionise women’s fashion by making clothes that are responsible at an affordable price point.

 

*Please note – On the 25th October 23. The store will close at 4pm for a private event.

Opening Times

Mon-Sat: 10am – 6pm*
Sun: 12pm – 6pm

Instagram: @nobodyschild

Contact

63 – 65 Brushfield St,
Spitalfields,
E1 6AA

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Instagram: @nobodyschild

Website:nobodyschild.com

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