Petit Confection & Mamaista Host Event Benefiting ‘Cookies for Kids’ Cancer™’

It was a sweet day in New York City last week! The French inspired clothing line for children Petit Confection, made their debut at “The Sweetest Thing” event hosted by Mamaista and Cookies for Kid’s Cancer.

The event was held at the beautiful West Village eatery Sweetiepie.

Moms, children and celebrities such as “The Real Housewives of New York City’s” Alex McCord, were in attendance.

Tiny tots ran walked across the “runway” in beautiful frocks, sailor suits and preppy seperates for two fashion shows during the event.

Some of the favourite pieces included the Swiss Dot Crochet Bohemian Dress and Yellow Chiffon Drop Waist Dress, Boys’ Hand Knit Crown Romper, Denim Blouse & Plaid Bermudas.

Throughout the event, guests nibbled upon delicious tea party treats from Sweetiepie and took home swag bags which included items from Fantaisie Kids, GLAD, OXO, Tiny Prints, Bonnie Marcus Collection, Teleflora, Ecogear, Reisenthel, MomAgenda, Isabella Oliver, Mamatini, Milkmakers, Nourish Inc, Cupcake Kids, Dapple, Sweet
Beauty, Bella Sposina, OPI, Wall Candy Arts, Fit2Bmom, and BloomPutty.

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Check out the adorable video below from the event and to view more highlights!

Photo Credit: ANAPHOTO

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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