Papo D' Anjo

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About Papo D' Anjo

Fifteen years ago, American-born designer Catherine Monteiro de Barros was living with her Portuguese husband in Lisbon and their two small daughters when she realized that stateside mothers would enjoy elegant, European-style clothing for their kids just as much as she did. With that, Papo d'Anjo was born. At first little more than a trunk show for prospective clients interested in the line's well-sourced fabrics and understated elegance, the brand is now sold in its flagship store in Lisbon as well as boutiques and department stores in Europe and beyond.

Past Sales Featuring Papo D' Anjo

Sale Ended May 31, 2011

Papo d'Anjo: Boys' and Girls' Apparel

This Lisbon-based designer creates classic, colorful looks for children that are both comfortable and timeless—a rarity in this day and age. In this sale, you'll find shorts and swimwear in vibrant hues, oxford shirts in a variety of traditional patterns, vibrantly colored pants and tops, and other future favorites for the girls and boys in your life.

Sale Ended August 04, 2011

Papo d'Anjo: European Style for Children

This Lisbon-based designer creates classic, colorful looks for children that are both comfortable and timeless—a rarity in this day and age. In this sale, you'll find shorts and swimwear in vibrant hues, button-downs in a variety of traditional patterns, adorable dresses and bloomers, and other future favorites for the girls and boys in your life.

Sale Ended April 15, 2011

Spring Trends: Pretty in Pink!

Not every girl is a girly girl—but if your little style hound is, she'll find plenty to love in this pretty-in-pink selection. From loungewear and pajamas, to footwear and dresses, this adorable crop of basics and frills will keep her looking darling this spring and beyond.

Sale Ended October 13, 2011

Kids' Clearance: Apparel & Shoes!

We’ve got everything your tot needs in this massive, head-to-toe blowout. Stock their drawers with our handpicked favorites, including dresses by Me Too, pants by Left Bank Babies, and denim by Appaman, just to name a few. Plus, plenty of shoes to keep them covered well through fall. Among the steals: suede flats and boots by Diesel, sneakers by Tretorn, and patent flats by Juicy Couture.