A BABYWEAR brand from Dorset has been featured in the pages of Vogue.

Ciconia Organics will feature in the fashion magazine’s next three issues in a feature called Vogue’s Little Wonders, alongside other luxury baby brands.

The Poole-based small business offers ethically manufactured clothes, with hand-designed prints on sustainable fabrics.

It launched its range of organic gift boxes containing clothes and other baby gifts two months ago.

Founder Anna Andrews said: “We’re delighted that Vogue has chosen to showcase our collection. It’s taken years to get the collection just right, finding the perfect fabrics and patterns to make our products perfect for little ones.

“Being featured by Vogue means we are doing something right and I’m so grateful that they have acknowledged the work of this young Dorset business. We’re just getting started.”

The business was founded in 2021 to design and curate special keepsake gift boxes.

Its products are hand designed by Anna Andrews and her team to fit babies from newborns to 12 months old.

The collections take inspiration from Dorset’s coastal and countryside habitats.

They are made with GOTS-certified cotton, linen and bamboo and are manufactured in ethically certified facilities in Portugal.

The Conde Nast publication British Vogue, which focuses on fashion, beauty and lifestyle, boasts a circulation of 190,000 and a reach of 20million.