Collection Details: Mini Rodini

Mini Rodini’s vision has always been to make it both easy and exciting for parents to buy better products for their kids in regards to the design as well as environmental and ethical aspects of the production. And while the playful and humorous aesthetics may speak directly to the children, the quality of the products is equally important. A Mini Rodini garment is not only fun to wear or just look at, but is also produced in a way that is kinder to the environment and the people behind it.
Ever since the start, Mini Rodini has been a true success story. When the first collection of cotton prints was released in a few selected Stockholm shops 2006, it sold out almost immediately. Everything happened very quickly and what started with tons of boxes stacked in Cassandra’s (owner and illustrator) apartment in Stockholm shortly became an independent shop just a block away. Mini Rodini soon became darlings of the press both in Sweden and internationally for their unique interpretation of children’s clothes. With a combination of excellent quality and quirky design, Mini Rodini creates clothes that parents want to dress their kids in, and that kids love to wear.
Baby Size Guide:
How to measure

A Measure the full length of your child

B Measure around the chest

C Measure around the the waist

D Measure low hip around the fullest part of the hip.

E Inner length of your leg.

Size 1-4 Months  4-9 Months  9m-1,5 Yrs
Mini Rodini Size 56/62 68/74 80/86
(A) Length cm 56-62 68-74 80-86
(B) Chest cm 43 48 51.5
(C) Waist cm 43 46.5 49.5
(D) Seat cm 42 47.5 52.5
(E) Inside leg cm 21 26.5 32.5


Kids Size Guide:

To find the right size for your child, select the size according to your child’s height. For example, size 104/110 is suitable for children measuring 104 - 110 cm. If your child is between sizes, select the size closest to your child’s height. Age information is a guideline when selecting sizes but it’s always best to measure your child. All measurements in the size chart are body measurements, not garment measurements.

How to measure 

A Measure the full length of your child

B Measure around the chest

C Measure around the the waist

D Measure low hip around the fullest part of the hip.

E Inner length of your leg.

Size 9m-1,5Yrs  1,5-3Yrs 3-5 Yrs 5-7 Yrs 7-9 Yrs 9-11Yrs
M R Size 80/86 92/98 104/110 116/122 128/134 140/146
(A) Length cm 80-86 92-98 104-110 116-122 128-134 140-146
(B) Chest cm 51.5 54.5 57.5 61.5 67 73.5
(C) Waist cm 49.5 52.5 55 57 60.5 64
(D) Seat cm 52.5 57.5 62.5 67 72.5 78.5
(E) Inseam 32.5 40 47.5 54.5 61.5 68.5




Mini Rodini carries one of the most sustainable ranges on the market – their collections include over 99 % products made from sustainable materials yearly. By sustainable materials, they mean non-conventional materials that have a lower impact on both nature and human health, such as organic cotton, recycled polyester, and Modal®. They also have a selection of upcycled products where we reuse leftover fabric from earlier collections.

Theproducts are only called sustainable when minimum 80 % of the composition includes non-conventional materials, compared to most others having a level of 50 % as a rule. For ethical and environmental reasons, Mini Rodini do not use skins, suede, fur, feathers, wool with mulesing or conventional silk in any of their products or collaborations.


Chemicals are needed in all kinds of textile products including Mini Rodini's – from the manufacturing of raw material to dyeing, printing, final look, and function. The challenge is to avoid the toxic ones that are harmful to the environment, animals and our health. Since the products are mainly used by children, chemical management is a subject close to Cassandra's heart. The team actively work to limit the use and waste of chemicals in all of their products. Already in the design phase, they eliminate a massive amount of harmful substances by choosing sustainably better materials with third party certifications. Mini Rodini also make systematically risk analyses and tests to assure all products comply with the requirements.

To be proactive and stay up-to-date with the latest news concerning chemicals, Mini Rodini is a member of the Chemical Group at Swerea – a network for training and dialogue with experts and other brands in the industry on how to monitor best possible risk assessment and compliance.

Mini Rodini's chemical restriction list is based on EU’s regulation REACH, but also includes additional prohibited and limit value substances beyond this law. They believe this is needed for calling a product and production safe and sustainable.


The textile industry depends heavily on human resources – for every collection, there will be waste including fabric, labor, energy, chemicals and water. What we can do is to minimize our waste and take better care of it.

Mini Rodini use environmental standards that ask the suppliers to have policies such as water treatment plants and sustainable chemical management and do their best to optimize every batch of production. Instead of sourcing new fabric qualities for each season, the majority of the fabric qualities are repeated. Mini Rodini don't match prints with pattern pieces, bindings or cuffs, and they avoid using too many contrast materials and colours for smaller pieces of garments.

In 2013 Mini Rodini launched their first upcycled collection made from leftover fabric. Every year, they collect waste material from previous productions to create new products with a new purpose. With this, they want to create a circular stream and eventually, close the loop.


Mini Rodini's social responsibility includes every interaction with Mini Rodini – from design and manufacturing to communication and sales. They want to give children the freedom to choose clothes that match their personality, mood, and creativity. All their clothes are unisex, and they never categorize or front their products based on normative gender.

Like other companies in the clothing industry, Mini Rodini does not own any factories. Instead, they share the responsibility together with other brands. Mini Rodini source factories with sustainability and fair labor as key criteria and priority and therefore choose facilities already certified with the well known third party standards such as Fairtrade and SA-8000.

Mini Rodini aim to build relationships that are profitable for both the supplier and us. Part of this is to establish our Code of Conduct, share their mutual responsibility for fair labor and a safe working environment, and to implement living wages. Even though living wages has been a topic of discussion for decades, the vast majority of garment workers still earn far below that level. In 2014, at three factories in India, we joined a project together with other brands to pay our share of a living wage to the employees. Since then living wages has been an ongoing project – 2017 we implemented a similar living wage system on our own initiative. Mini Rodini's long-term goal is to implement a living wage system at all their sewing units.

Mini Rodini arrange third party audits that are relevant to all their suppliers equally. The audits are always announced, openly discussed and followed up together with the supplier and third party auditor to create a mutual improvement plan. Since January 2016, Mini Rodini are a proud member of the independent organization Fair Wear Foundation. As members of Fair Wear Foundation, they share and implement mutual ethical requirements of the Code of Labour Practice in the supply chain. Annual reporting of these efforts is made transparently by us as well as Fair Wear Foundation.