Kids Style

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Well, it’s happened! Stella McCartney Kids has just released their Spring Sumer 2016 collecion and it’s just what you’d expect but more. Fun, whimsical and with inspiration from under the sea.  Check out this adorable octopus onesie for example!   And this jelly fish onesie isn’t what it looks like. The front is a real winner! I love it when fashion designers think out of the box and come up with designs that are both different and unlike the norm. Stella McCartney does it every, single time. Check out her site for the entire collection – […] Continue reading →

Redfish kids clothing

Drawing from the incredible talent of artists from the Pop Art and Abstract Expressionism movements, as well as the bold, simple prints that children love to create and parents cherish, Redfish Kids Clothing is excited to unveil its Spring 2016 collection.  With influence from the 2016 spring fashion previews on the catwalks of New York, Hong Kong, London and Paris, colour reigns with the addition of stripes, colour blocking, monochromatic prints and layering. New patterns and favourite silhouettes invoke the free spirit and creative vibrancy that little artists can enjoy and wear with ease, comfort and fun.  Assertively stylish with a focus […] Continue reading →

Ellen Degeneres GapKids

Well now, this is cool! GapKids has partnered with ED, Ellen Degeneres’ new lifestyle brand to launch GapKids x ED, a limited edition apparel collection and campaign that encourages girls everywhere to be themselves, do what makes them happy and take pride in who they are.   The collection which launched today worldwide, supports individualism and liberation that comes from confidently being your most authentic self are core values Gap shares with American comedian, talk show host, producer, writer and actress, Ellen DeGeneres.  The GapKids x ED campaign features six young girls who have excelled at skateboarding, drumming, robotics and entrepreneurialism, by being […] Continue reading →

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Shopping tends to get a little more challenging when you have children. Instead of that deep yearning to check out every store, you find yourself drawn to the ones that have everything you need under one roof. The parking, the buckling and unbuckling of car seats, the traffic, kids asking if we’re almost done – it’s exhausting.  If you ask my husband what my favourite store is in the city, he will answer with “Marshalls” almost immediately. Whether I’m shopping for myself or my family, it’s my go-to store for brand-name fashions, gifts, kitchenware and toys at a deeply discounted price.  Over the weekend, […] Continue reading →

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Gap launched their Casting Call 2015 a few days ago! This incredibly popular contest celebrates kids being kids, by inviting parents to submit photos of their children for the chance to be featured in a GapKids or babyGap marketing campaign.  This year, as part of the submission process, parents can create a playful, animated video that captures their child’s unique personality and can be shared with friends and family to spread the word about the contest. Back by popular demand, parents can also encourage others to vote for their child in the finalist phase of the program, allowing the GapKids community to […] Continue reading →

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Junk Food comes out with the best designs with original and quirky touches each and every year and I’m always sure to purchase a few pieces from their collaboration with Gap. Keith Haring & Jean-Michel Basquiat are two artists Gap and Junk Food have always had an affinity for. They were both born out of the streets and with naive styles they were able to tell very complex narratives with the perspective that art is to be shared and enjoyed by everyone. Keith Haring has such a signature line style from which they have chosen iconic elements while bringing more […] Continue reading →

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My kids have had a fairly healthy winter (touch wood), however the last couple of times that they did get sick was due to their habit of taking their socks off and running around barefoot on our cold ceramic floors. I don’t know why they insist on taking their socks off, but it’s become a bad habit that’s been hard to remedy. A couple of weeks ago I was introduced to a new company called ChattyFeet. These super fun socks cheer you up with funny personalities on your toes! We received several pairs of these fun socks for myself and […] Continue reading →

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