Gap Kids and babyGap ads are just the cutest! This year, Gap is holding their fifth annual casting call contest, and is inviting parents to submit photos of their kids sporting their favorite pair of jeans. The really cool twist? Gap has introduced their new Gap Casting Call iPhone app, to make it even easier to enter. The app, which can be downloaded for free by visiting or by visiting Apple’s App Store, will be available this week. At the end of the contest, 4 lucky winners, a boy and girl for babyGap and a boy and girl for […] Continue reading →

The Bitsy Bean on Etsy makes some of the sweetest teethers I have ever seen. Just take a look at that Butterfly! It’s made from 1/2 natural cherry or maple wood that has been sanded satin smooth. Multi-colored satin ribbons add visual appeal and stimulation for babies. The Apple and Pear teething toys are super sweet! As with all of The Bitsy Bean’s teethers featured, they are made either unfinished or with a beeswax finish (natural and non-toxic). Both teething toys measure 4 inches long. Price: […] Continue reading →

Sears is making a major step forward into the contemporary fashion market with their latest collaboration with French Connection. Innovative British Fashion House, French Connection UK, announced the launch of UK Style by French Connection. The line will offer contemporary, stylish clothing and accessories collections for men, women, and children. The clothing line will be brought in-store and in branded boutiques to 500 Sears locations throughout the U.S., starting in the first quarter of 2011, just in time for the spring shopping season. Shoppers will also be able to purchase the collection on Lloyd & Co, a world-renowned advertising […] Continue reading →

Pink, pink, pink! Juicy Couture is known for putting pink and glamour into and onto just about everything. This season, they have put some bling and glam into a school necessity – the ring binder. This deluxe ring binder set comes in a pink star print with crest print detail and a handle so it can be easily carried. The kit comes with a pencil case, logo writing paper and three work folders. Measures: 12 inches (long) x 11inches (wide) Price: […] Continue reading →

Gap has released a limited edition collection of FEED USA bags as part of FEED Projects’ U.S.-focused program to support nutrition in America’s schools. Working together with FEED Projects founders Lauren Bush and Ellen Gustafson, Gap will donate $5 for every FEED USA bag sold to help improve food and nutrition education for more than 76 million school children through the National School Lunch Program. The limited edition bags are a mix of denim and canvas looks and include the FEED USA Denim Bucket Bag in two different versions. Starting today, select Gap stores will introduce the FEED USA collection […] Continue reading →

Outfits from Lunchbox Boys and Lunchbox Girls are up to 60% off on Zulily. Luxurious Feather Baby onesies, sets, dresses and separates are up to 50% off through Gilt. Oh my goodness! The cutest outfits from Baby Aspen (Baby MD, Ballerina and chef outfits for newborns) are on sale through Ideeli (40-45% off). Save up to 60% off Max and Tilly Outfits through Haute Look! Halloween costumes from Puppet Workshop are 50% off on Totsy this week. Seven for all Mankind Kids are on sale through Gilt, were you can snatch up a pair from $45-$50 instead of the usual […] Continue reading →

Bamboo fabrics and blends have been becoming more and more mainstream in the fashion industry thanks to their softer-than-cashmere feel, durability and eco-friendly attributes. Makers of sport clothes in particular, value the fabric for it’s climate control and antimicrobial properties. Lately, bamboo has been gaining popularity in the children’s clothing market – most recently in the infant sector. Since 2007, Organica Essentials has been using the fabric to produce Baby Bambu, a line of simple and elegant rompers, onesies, hats, blankets, and more, all out of their silkiest bamboo fabrics. The line is perfect for delicate and sensitive skin as […] Continue reading →