Question Everything, children’s clothes made with love
Question Everything children’s clothing design studio was started in 2010 by Angie Adams out of a love for children, clothes, fun, fabric, music, badges, buttons, shapes and stars. The aim is to design and make a range of classic hand-smocked girls clothes (and some boys clothes), with a modern twist. Our emphasis is on great design, comfortable fabrics and the highest quality of hand-made craft work.
Designed in London, made in Manila
Designed at our studio in London, all of Question Everything’s garments are specially made in a modern and sustainable factory in Manila in the Philippines.
The designs draw inspiration from Angie’s experience of different cultures and lifestyles: loud music and quiet health, east meets west, street markets and changing weathers, textures, colours and cityscapes.
Classic clothes with a modern twist
The majority of our dresses are made from 100% cotton, prints are modern and classic, fun and cool. Buttons are a labour of love, and a star on the chest is to stand out in a crowd.
Ethical manufacture and community support
Question Everything believes in an ethics based approach to trade and aims to support local communities with production operating out of a family run business in Manila and smocking hand stitched by women in the Batangas village community. Find out more about our ethical approach to manufacture.
Protecting disadvantaged children
We support Childhope Philippines, with donations of money, food, clothes and educational resources for less fortunate children. Childhope Philippines seeks to support and secure justice for street and working children in the Philippines. Find out more about Childhope Philippines here