28th July, 2020

Celebrating 15 years of Cotton On Kids

In 2005 Cotton On Group opened the first ever Cotton On Kids store in Knox, Australia.

Today, the brand known for value driven kids fashion has expanded to 19 countries, creating memories and bringing smiles to kids and parents faces everywhere.

While product and ranges have come and gone, two things remain; our customer’s love for tutus and the fun never stopping. Now, our first ever customers might be a little bit older but they’re still just as awesome.

It’s not every day a brand turns 15, so of course the Group’s Cotton On Kids team have gone big with celebrations. Customers can expect to see special birthday promotions and discounts over the month of August.

To mark the special occasion, the team are releasing an exclusive ‘Cotton On Kids Art Series.’ An online only exclusive, the art series will feature our favourite t-shirt designs from the last 15 years as limited edition poster prints. Customers who spend $60 or more will receive the design of their choice with their order.

Team Kids have also partnered with Insta-famous baker, @misstrixiedrinkstea to help our customer create the perfect OTT birthday cake at home. Customers can learn how to bake their own Kids inspired cake through @cottononkids IGTV and downloadable recipe.

Over 15 years the brand has made an incredible impact to the lives of kids across the globe through Cotton On Foundation. In this time, Cotton On Kids customers and team members together have sold an incredible 4.5M tote bags and 2.5M bottles of water, supporting quality education for kids in 24 schools and communities across Uganda, South Africa, Thailand and Australia.

Happy birthday Cotton On Kids! Here’s to another 15 years and beyond.

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