European styling and a deep understanding of comfort merge to form some of the finest baby furniture and products in the world. These virtues are the hallmarks of BabyHome, the Barcelona-based, family-friendly company that has been wowing a global audience since 2005. With numerous awards and nominations, BabyHome has been confirmed as one of the premier suppliers of quality nursery items that have become a customer “want”.
Natural, organic health and beauty products for kids have gone from a trendy alternative to a staple of the personal care industry. Go into any pharmacy and you’ll likely see a collection of shampoos, conditioners, skin lotions, and more, all touted as having “natural ingredients”. But how often are these products as natural as they claim? A closer look may show that the purity of ingredients in children’s personal care products can vary widely. Dolphin Organics wants to set itself apart from the crowd by being upfront about the ingredients in its products.
There are a slew of things that parents worry about when it comes to their kids’ quality of sleep. Noise, bright lights and other sensory interferences are common problems moms and dads usually try to keep to a minimum when the little ones are in bed. But what about the surfaces children sleep on? Studies show that the mattress a child sleeps on can affect sleep more than most parents realize. Enter Naturalmat mattresses, made with optimum health and safety in mind.
Do your customers think that buying goods made in the U.S.A. is only a slogan? In truth, it means a great deal and here are some solid facts to mention as you proudly display clothes and accessories for kids from Lucy & Leo, Stinky McGee, Cavelle Kids and Stoney Clover Land — all companies that proudly produce their goods in the United States. When goods are made overseas, they often don’t meet strict U.S. standards. Furthermore, workers toiling in poor working conditions may make them. Buying American-made products supports more than just American manufacturers — it also helps support our workers, safe working conditions, and child labor laws.
By Stephanie Hanlon - Wednesday, October 16th 2013
Come holiday time, when those kids are nestled all snug in their bed, visions of picture-perfect pajamas are dancing in a parent’s head. The stylish and sustainable designers featured here focus on unique patterns you won’t find at mass merchants during this busy shopping season. Sweet Bamboo features unexpectedly soft and durable pajamas out of the popular plant. Nobody will get the bedtime blues with Bluebelle, featuring matching mother and daughter pajamas. New Jammies offers a twist on 100% organic cotton –– soft pjs covered with fun prints for every personality. Maxomorra maxes out with fun fall patterns like mushrooms and leaves. These clever printed pajamas will effortlessly round out your holiday gift display and bring joy to the world one fox or lobster pattern at a time.
Tatiana and Company celebrates the 16th anniversary of its Kissy Kissy brand by thanking the consumers and retail partners who have contributed to the company’s success. Built on the softness and durability of Peruvian Pima cotton, the brand is a go-to for parents and gift-givers who want beautiful, high-quality baby clothes and accessories. In addition to building a loyal consumer following, the brand has been a pioneer in introducing Peruvian manufacturing capabilities and its unmatched Pima cotton to the rest of the world. We are honored to have founder and owner Roxana Castillo share with us some personal reflections about her experiences in the children’s business.
It’s challenging enough to make it as an artist or business owner in the developed world, where resources for success are plentiful; those living in developing countries may not even realize that they have the potential to make a livable wage doing what they do, and may not know where to begin to reach a larger audience. Recognizing this fact, some companies in the U.S. have made an effort to reach out to artists around the globe, to help them become established in their craft and ensure that they’re paid fairly for their work. Kahiniwalla is one of the companies taking part in this revolution.
NY NOW, the Market for Home & Lifestyle (formerly the NY International Gift Fair), ran from August 17 to August 21 in typical grand style at the Javits Center. New companies as well as seasoned veterans basked in the updated venue. The LIFESTYLE Collection featured the Baby + Child category, where over 100 companies congregated to show the freshest ideas in the market. The Wind & the Sail, Hickies, PishPosh Mommy, and Fluf were just a few of the in-demand product providers that exhibited at the show.
Trends come and go, but nostalgia is always in fashion: people like to remember the “good old days”. manny & simon develops products and clothing that cater to that sweet spot where happy memories and the perfect product meet. The company was named for the owners’ grandfathers — a reminder that grandparents have an enduring impact on grandchildren throughout their lives. manny & simon focuses on creating environmentally responsible products that enchant children but are sturdy enough to be passed down as family heirlooms.
“We are always working on re-creating kids’ fashion with a clever, modern twist,” explains Christian Simard, co-founder of Electrik Kidz. The Canadian company has an eye on creating fun designs that charm parents and enthrall children. But it also sees itself as more than a trendy style setter: Electrik Kidz takes its stewardship of the future seriously. All garments are made in Quebec with an emphasis on organic fabrics, so parents can be assured that only snuggly fabric is resting on their child’s skin.
RED BANK, N.J. (June 3, 2013)—Kissy Kissy by Tatiana and Company is set to woo moms and gift-givers with the seasonal colors and themes they fancy along with a few surprises to keep them smitten. As always, the Spring ’14 collection is wedded to the brand’s signature Peruvian Pima cotton. The vast assortment—which spans preemie through size 4T—captures every aspect of baby’s life from sweet looks in the Kissy Kissy line, and bolder statements from Kissy Kissy’s Qt-Qt, to keepsake-quality christening apparel in Besos by Kissy Kissy and embroidered and smocked garments from Kissy Kissy Premier.