Spring 2010 Preview: Baby Graziella Primavera-Estate Collection

Let me introduce you to one of the cutest clothing lines for babies I have ever come across!

Since 1968, Baby Graziella has been creating the most stylish clothing lines for kids: Baby Graziella, Coccobirillo (0-3 years) and BG Boys & Girls (2-12 years). The originality, high quality fabrics and classy yet adorable designs distinguish this company from others. Baby Graziella has been showcased at  Pitti Immagine Bimbo – Florence (Italy), Children’s Club – New York (USA) and MTC München (D).

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For the Primavera- Estate 2010 collection you will find soft and airy fabrics in shades of buttery creams, navy and baby blues, cherry reds and crisp whites. Wisps of ruffles and ribbons accentuate dresses, capri length leggings, tank tops and shorts are all tailor cut in the girls collection. For boys, caps, ties, vests, bermuda shorts and jackets and waistcoats are light and breezy in summer shades with smart stripes, checks and gorgeous solids.

Where to buy? Online baby boutiques and prestigious department stores such as Harrod’s in London, Fitaihi Center in Jeddah, Ar-Ne in Istanbul, Seibu in Hong Kong and El Corte Ingles in Madrid.

Photo Credit: ©Baby Graziella

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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