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Kids fashion: Happy Looks!
In the new edition of Luna we celebrate the sun – with romantic dresses, cool streetwear, 70s trends and nostalgic Riviere styles. Plus: shoes and accessories that make every look complete.
New outfit for the kids’ room
With just a few decoration ideas you can create a whole new living experience. We have tips for a quick re-styling, which doesn’t cost much but has a great effect.
Quick and safe on the road
Cycling is particularly enjoyable at the moment. The weather is perfect and even with the little ones you can cover longer distances.
Of course you need the right vehicle for this. In the new Luna you’ll find the right bike for every age group – and lots of cool accessories,
from bike helmets to the coolest bell, everything is included!
Little garden happiness
Bless him who now has his own garden. The ideal place to have a bit of variety yourself and the children a lot of fresh air.
We visited two families in their allotment garden idyll. And on top of that there is a big special about barbecuing with lots of ideas from eating to playing outside
OUT NOW – The new Luna!
fashion & lifestyle
We are eagerly waiting for spring… so we are showing DIY ideas for small garden projects at home, have collected suggestions for Easter gifts and are presenting lots of colourful fashion.
dream job dollmaker
Maja Hommel shows us how happy a craft can make us. The studied architect has been making dolls for children under her label Moyoh for years. She attaches great importance to sustainability…
School – Do we expect too much from our children?
Unfortunately, the optimisation mania does not stop at our own children. Families are investing more and more money in extra-curricular tutoring. The educationalist Joseph Kennedy takes a very critical view of this and warns against acting out a wrongly understood principle of achievement in the children.
Travel tips for families
And for all those who want to be inspired for the summer holidays, there is our big travel special “Luna Travel”.
These and other exciting topics await you at Luna 79.
Children’s fashion: That’s coming in 2020!
In the new issue of Luna we show you a preview of the coming spring/summer collections. We see blue, love cool nerds in corduroy and knitwear and are into sporty looks. Plus: sneakers in bright colours. Furthermore, experts from the fashion industry reveal their upcoming highlights.
Bright colours in the kids’ room!
Green, blue or yellow – colours in all shades are slowly replacing the neutral colours in the children’s room. We show the trends for this year.
Encouraging and understanding children
Genius or super talent: 5 children who do something special – from playing drums to riding a motorbike!
School sports: This is what good sports lessons should look like – Interview with sports professor Dr. Petra Guardieria
Learning is fun: How to motivate your children to learn at home and do their homework
Extra supplement: Pet special
Our supplement is all about animal friends! We show kids with their more unusual pets, pet cafés in Japan and accessories for cats & co.
Happy Holiday: children’s fashion for the cold days
… We are looking forward to the winter season and show casual outdoor fashion, cuddly knits and of course the most beautiful festive looks with glam and glitter.
Also in the Luna 77:
Kidfluencer: In addition to adult bloggers, children are already indicating tomorrow’s trends today. But who or what is really behind the accounts, some of which are worth millions?
Cosy furnishing tips: Cosy decoration ideas make the children’s rooms fit for the Christmas season.
Education without scolding: Author Nicola Schmidt explains in an interview how parents learn to deal with conflicts.
The ultimate gift guide: Ho, ho, ho, Santa Claus is out of the way. In order to meet the demanding taste, we have put together our favorites for children aged 2-12.