MORI Launches Three New Clothing Collections to Kick-Start the AW20 Season!

MORI, the baby essentials brand known for its super soft fabrics and socially conscious approach to manufacturing, is delighted to announce the launch of three new clothing ranges for AW20. The season begins with the launch of the Autumn Daywear Collection on 18 August, the Knitwear Collection on 20 August, the Autumn Sleep Collection on 3 September and the Velour Collection on 28 September. The new collections will be available from and selected retailers.

Autumn Collection
The Autumn collection includes a range of day and sleepwear for boys and girls, in ages newborn up to 5-6y. Featuring on-trend shades of blush, grey and khaki, the collection includes comfy sweatshirts (from £26),
joggers (from £22), jumpsuits (from £36.50), dungarees (from £32.50), ruffle t-shirts (from £21), leggings (from £15), long-sleeved T-shirts (from £18.00), kimono cardigans (from £25.50), reversible coats (from £44.50), roll neck bodysuits (from £22), cosy snugsuits (from £54) and MORI’s award-winning sleepsuits (from £32.50), in a choice of plain khaki, blush and khaki stripes, and grey or khaki cloud prints.

Autumn Day Wear Collection

Autumn Sleep Wear Collection

At its core, MORI is a brand that focuses on being kind to the world we live in and the wellbeing and health of families. The Autumn collections have been made with MORI’s signature fabric which is a unique blend of
bamboo (70%) and organic cotton (30%), while the Knitwear and Velour collections have been made from100% organic cotton.

MORI’s organic cotton has been grown using methods that have a low environmental impact, without harmful chemicals, pesticides or fertilizers. The farmers, millers, cutters & makers MORI use to source it are all treated & paid fairly, working in safe conditions so they can support their families & communities. MORI’s bamboo from viscose is produced using a closed-loop process, whereby no chemicals enter the waste stream, and sourcing from sustainable raw materials. This makes the MORI fabric much less harmful to the planet than conventionally produced cotton or oil-based synthetics like polyester.

Find out more about the New Autumn Mori collection here