When Naomi Bolderhey-Pescheux and Judith Bakker met in Indonesia. The two Dutch designers were expats in the country at that time, and it took them only a blink to come up with the idea to team and to create a children’s line. DUDUK was born, out of a common love for beautiful textiles and a desire to combine motherhood with entrepreneurship in a meaningful way.
Launched 3 years ago, SUOAK creates an eclectic style, with bold and sophisticated silhouettes. The Fall/Winter 2015 collection is inspired by NY city, where the brand is based. Rich color tones are reminiscent of autumn’s Central Park; graphic white
Elsewhere, Pirouette has remarked on the benefits of meditation for children, and simple ways that healthier classroom habits have improved school results. So it’s natural to highlight this move at the margins of American schooling to make meditation part of the curriculum. Coding classes, Chinese lessons, Business Skills
Using preloved items, looking for softer material or just looking for a fresh unique look for your baby gear? There is a brilliant solution: Fun*das bcl.
Aden and Anais muslin swaddles do not need any introduction. This Brooklyn-based brand has become a staple for every mother, swaddling her baby or not! I love the versatility of their products, their super soft fabrics and their signature prints that make them stand out. I can’t get enough of them! Well, the super good news is that they just have expanded their offering to a very unique Toddler bedding product.
Hallie Burton launched SMOKKS just a year ago. A successful photographer, she was travelling a lot for her job, leaving her husband George alone with their young daughter Pompie. The overwhelmed daddy was constantly complaining about zips, buttons and the hassle he had to get his daughter dressed; so he started to beg his wife for something simple, easy-wear/easy-care.
It has pure, clean, curved lines, is made of the highest quality materials, and looks like pure science-fiction. It’s said to have been designed for a royal little person, hence the name, Cambridge Crib. Producers Made.com have used Maglev technology (think of Shanghai’s famous train) for this levitating lullaby.
I am a big fan of Caramel Baby&Child, but what I find the most attractive about it, besides the gorgeous collections and stores, is the elegant style of Eva Karayannis, the owner. She always dresses in irresistible outfits.
To celebrate Earth Day yesterday, Vogue delivered a great list of eco-conscious, environmentally, and ethically minded items for children. New York based label Goat Milk is on top of the list and we want to say Bravo to them and thanks you to Vogue for sharing this list of brands that can make a difference for our future.