EXCLUSIVE FASHION YOU WON’T FIND ANYWHERE ELSE
Our goal is to give access to inspiring and sophisticated petite clothing for women who question the grown-up order of things. We do this by collaborating with emerging designers and by producing our own collection of high-end petite pieces.
Clothes conceived to flatter, always beautifully-made
LESS IS MORE
Quality reigns over quantity. We gravitate towards elevated fabrics and finishes
Our made-to-order model reduces our impact on the environment
At Bomb Petite, we pour our heart and soul into everything we do
BEHIND THE SEAMS
Discover more about our in-house collection of wear-anywhere separates with a luxe twist, as well as the exciting brands that share our passion in premium, petite clothing.
Designer Emma Kempton was originally a costume designer and performance artist working for the theatre and circus, and this flair for the theatrical can be seen throughout her collections. These are pieces that put a contemporary London spin on the Italian aesthetic. All that black velvet deserves a standing ovation! The clothes are wearable, yes, but still brimming with fashion character.
Established in 2012 by Kazakhstan born designer Anar Mensiitova, this label is made for confident, sexy women. Crushed velvet mini-dresses sit alongside pastel metallic biker jackets. This is your date-night fix, right here. Part Dallas (Anar is big on big shoulders), part superhero (two words: leather jumpsuit), say hello to fun, statement-making fashion.
Founded by Lorna Tavares, Avares is a London-based brand exclusively designing for petite woman. As a petite woman herself, Tavares is in tune with what woman under 5’4 want and need. Specialising in stylish, contemporary investment pieces, this is the statement clothing you need to take you from boardroom to bar with ease. Every individual piece is made in the UK to the highest standard by skilled craftsman with a modern, creative outlook.
Bomb Petite’s in-house range is comprised of elevated, wear-everywhere staples with a luxe twist. Created to form the backbone of any petite woman’s wardrobe, the collection’s mission is to marry versatility with that all-important must-have factor. Designed and manufactured in London, the result is a premium and utterly wearable collection for women who question the grown-up order of things.
London-based designer Charlotte is ‘bringing the world, the perfect jackets and blazers for the elegant, international and polished woman’. Each jacket is feminine, versatile and glamorous. It’s all about classic fabrics with a modern twist and finding that one item that instantly pulls together any outfit. ‘You’re never dressed without a jacket – it’s the final piece in every woman’s wardrobe that can make your outfit’. We couldn’t agree more.
A graduate of Central Saint Martins and a former stage-outfit designer for Florence Welch, Cristina Adami seems to have an innate understanding of boho chic. This vibe translates well to her couture bridal dresses and occasion wear. Her constant experimentation with lace, silk, satin (and plenty of embellishment) leads to real fairytale moments.
Sisters Hannah and Sarah McMahon have woven true vintage charm into every Nancy Mac creation. These are pieces for dreamers. Think feminine confections of lace and satin with wistful bows and swoon-inducing necklines. Trot back to the 1940s in true style.
A couture designer and London College of Fashion graduate, Michaela creates magnificent occassionwear with a heady dollop of originality. Her prints have a raw energy, a Christopher Kane like vibrancy, and are tempered by softer elements like lace and beading.
90s minimalism just got cooler. From sheer polo-necks and wrap shirts to ruffled peplum midi skirts – Narrow Arrow specialises in wardrobe staples that are anything but basic. The silhouette and carefully chosen palette give these clothes a timelessly stylish edge. Plus, every piece is hand-made in England by a team of top-notch seamstresses.
Vassil and Veronica Petriiski founded this label in their native Bulgaria in 1990. Since then, their vibrant, print-led pieces have amassed a cult following. Kaleidoscopic, prism-like images are emblazoned across body-con dresses, flippy dresses and directional cut-out bralets. The designers take inspiration from a variety of things – most recently the architecture of London landmarks like the Gherkin.
Rebecca Morter and Gemma Vanson are graduates from London College of Fashion and have worked for Alexander Wang and Christopher Raeburn respectively. Both influences show through in their bold, monochromatic designs. The look is sleek and oh-so London. Black tunic dresses. Striped jersey skirts. And bundles of attitude.
RELAX BABY BE COOL
This is ‘dedicated to all the timeless eccentrics’ says Relax Baby Be Cool, the Estonian-born mother-daughter label who have harnessed a unique blend of style and substance. A collaboration between a generation of textile workers, passionate visionaries and invaluable helping hands, they unite countries, cultures and great minds.
Croatian-born, London-based creative director Vjera learned her craft at Ecole Lesage in Paris. And it shows. The level of detail in her clothes is exemplary. Think hand-dyed lace and hand-prepared embellishment. The result is nothing short of princess perfection. These are romantic, pretty clothes adorned with flowers and super-girly touches.
“THE OUTFIT I PURCHASED FIT PERFECTLY LIKE NOTHING HAS EVER BEFORE. I LOVE THE FABRIC AND THE WAY IT IS BEAUTIFULLY MADE. YOUR CUSTOMER CARE IS WITHOUT FAULT, ACCOMMODATING, HELPFUL AND CUSTOMER-NEED FOCUSED; THIS COMPANY IS TAILOR-MADE IN EVERY WAY.”
Farah N., Portugal