Petit Collage receives three accolades at the 2018 Junior Design Awards

Published on: 6th September 2018

Wild & Wolf’s eco-friendly gifts and toys brand Petit Collage picked up the honours at the 7th annual awards. 

Winning Silver in the Best Eco Toy Design category was the Bunny Wooden Stacking Toy, while the Bronze award for the Best Children’s Lunchbox Design went to Petit Collage’s Dinosaur Lunch Bag.

The company’s Our World Bamboo Dinnerware Set picked up Bronze in the Best Eco Children’s Tableware Design category.

This year marked the 20th anniversary of Junior Magazine and saw them launch the 7th annual Junior Design Awards.

Petit Collage creates gifts and toys that inspire little ones. With a design focus on the health of children, and with the planet in mind, it strives to make its products as beautiful as they are fun to use. Their toys and gifts are made from recycled or recyclable substrates whenever possible, and packaging is minimised to avoid unnecessary waste.

Lorena Siminovich, founder of Petit Collage, commented: “We couldn’t be more delighted to learn that three of our products have been successful at this year’s Junior Design Awards. Being recognised among so many other wonderful design-led children’s brands in the UK is a real honour.”

Junior Magazine editor Bonita Turner added: “This year’s awards have been our best yet. The quality of the entrants has blown myself and the team away – there are so many amazing children brands out there. Along with our independent expert judges – and an industry-first mini panel of ‘kidfluencers – we have really taken the awards to the next level and I am so delighted to reveal the JDA18 winners, who now have our much sought after Seal of Style Approval.”


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