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Albetta was set up back in 1999 by Annabel Landra and was named after the eldest of her four children. Annabel’s passion is to create clothes for babies and children that are stylish but also fun and a little bit different (and of course highly practical!). Annabel‘s eye for colour and quality and a love of traditional hand-crafted touches have meant that Albetta has become known for gorgeous and quirky designs. 
"Dance to your own beat. Sing your own song.
March to your own anthem"
AOTA is designed and made in downtown Los Angeles.
Bestaroo is designed in Sunny California. All Bestaroo raw materials are from Lenzing Tencel in Austria. The raw materials are then sent to Thailand where we turn the raw fabric into usable fabric, print it and stitch it up. The factory we work with in Thailand has been in business for several years and is a very reputable company. The factory owner is in fact friends with Bestaroo's owners family. We know exactly where our product comes from and how it is made from A to Z. There are no random or unknown far away factory's that are involved in the creation of Bestaroo. We only produce products that are safe, soft and that we would trust to put on our own children. 

Blabla was created in 2001 by us, Susan Pritchett and Florence Wetterwald, two good friends with the same philosophy of life and beauty.

While visiting Peru, we came across entire villages of expert knitters who had been keeping the tradition alive for generations. Inspired by their talent and the incredible quality and softness of Peruvian cotton, we decided to start our own compay of cuddly knitted products for children. Joseph, Flo’s husband, joined us a couple of years later.

Florence is a French artist who studied sculpture and industrial design in Europe and the USA. She is the creative force and designer of Blabla. Susan is from Albany, Georgia. She worked as a photo and film stylist in NY and Australia before coming back to Atlanta. She is in charge of marketing and communication. Joseph is from Atlanta. Film and business were his majors. He is Blabla’s locomotive and CFO.

Copper Pearl was started in the summer of 2015 by two stay at home moms, Stephanie and Kristin (with a little help from their awesome husbands). Kristin is a red-head (a.k.a. the “copper”) and Stephanie is a blond (a.k.a. the “pearl”). Both couples always had the dream of starting their own business, and when they realized the lack of trendy and modern baby bibs on the market they seized the opportunity to create Copper Pearl.

Copper Pearl was originally created with the idea and hope to create a line of premium, trendy, and unique baby accessories and clothing. Each product that is sold goes through a rigorous design process to ensure that the designs chosen are both highly functional and fashionable. Stephanie has always had a knack for entrepreneurship; she started several neighborhood businesses as a child and always dreamed of starting her own "grown-up" business one day.  Kristin has a degree in clothing construction and has always had a goal to start her own clothing line or fashion business. Kristin and Stephanie are passionate about the design of each product and hope to bring you one-of-a-kind baby products that you love to use!

Donsje is an Amsterdam based childrenswear brand founded in 2013.
We design irresistibly cute footwear,clothing and accessories that are not only loved by kids but also by their parents.
All our products are exclusive designs, hand made from premium leather and refined fabrics.
Our signature style reflects the love for vintage treasures, the passion for natural materials and the inspiration from faraway places.
 
Today our collections are distributed in 44 countries through more than 750 doors,
including the world’s finest luxury department and concept stores from New York to London and from Paris to Sydney.
Home of the original felt animal heads!!
Fiona Walker England Ltd is a beautifully designed collection of home decoration with exceptional quality and values. Their philosophy is to create uniquely hand crafted items using traditional methods to add those special finishing touches meaning each item has its own individual charm and no two are identical.
By ethically manufacturing all their products under fair trade guidelines they ensure the brand has the correct ethos which gives Fiona Walker England customers the confidence in the source of their purchase. This is achieved through a team effort across continents that make it work from creation to end product.
By purchasing Fiona Walker England products you are helping to hold up these standards and give a little back.
Kate Quinn Organics tells a story with clean lines, saturated colors and modern styling. For the modern mom, easy to wear pieces showcase clean sophistication. Each certified organic cotton piece is made of ultra-soft, all-natural, organically produced cotton certified by GOTS and colored using low environmentally impact dyes. The company also uses fair trade practices under the global organic textile standards (GOTS).  Every little garment makes a difference with the unprecedented opportunity to positively impact lives. It is important to strive to care for the earth and its community while providing clothing for growing children at a price point that can compete with conventional brands.
For Love & Lemons introduces Lil' Lemons, their debut baby and toddler line. All pieces in the collection are manufactured in Downtown Los Angeles. In an effort to minimize our environmental impact and design only the highest quality garments for our next generation, they designed this collection using only certified organic cottons, non-toxic water based printing, and locally sourced surplus fabrics.
Loulou Lollipop is a Canadian company founded by twin sisters Eleanor and Angel. It is a design oriented, colour loving and fun seeking company that focuses on high quality baby goods, teething jewelry and toys!

With a shared aesthetic and appreciation for design, Jen Kelly and Becca Perren found a void in the market for what they wanted for their own homes- the right mix of classic and modern, the subtle balance of fresh yet sophisticated design.
The name “Pehr” was developed as a play off of ‘pair’, to reflect their life long friendship and the notion that you can pair the designs and colours in the collections to create your own look.

Friends since childhood, Jen and Becca launched Pehr in 2011 with a clear creative vision: a line of classically simple yet modern home accessories.
Growing in step were Jen and Becca’s families, now with five children between them, they were the impetus for petit pehr, a children’s collection which launched in August, 2013.


Pehr is now an internationally recognized lifestyle brand with an ever-growing mix of products for the home, focused on the growing collection of children’s décor and accessories.

Designed in Canada, Pehr is a trusted lifestyle brand that creates playfully sophisticated Children’s décor and accessories that capture the beauty and simplicity of childhood.

A children’s line founded by illustrator Kelli Murray and inspired by her own little ones. Rylee + Cru merges art and imagination, offering unique and artistic clothing for the modern child. The collection consists of quality basics that are each hand garment dyed, giving them a soft vintage feel right out of the box. The shapes are comfortable and the fabrics are soft, making dressing easy for baby and mama.

I’m California-born and New-York-educated, making a home in Hong Kong by way of London with a Swiss husband and our two global children. And I know that when I was a young child, I embraced life with irrational exuberance just as our children do now. I was spellbound by a sense of wonder, the world offering mystery and wonder at every turn. As I watch our children’s childhood unfold here in Asia, surrounded by the international influence of an American mother and a Swiss father, I see in their lives a mirror of the vision I have for Velveteen.

We work with fair-trade organisations whenever possible. Our clothing is finely crafted and hand-embroidered, using a combination of Indian artisan techniques. We work to provide employment to mothers who would otherwise be unable to provide for their children and education for children who would otherwise be unable to attend school. We want to give all children the beautiful opportunity to embrace the magical marvel of childhood.

This is Velveteen.
Velveteen is for the child who shines bright like a diamond.
Velveteen is for the child who is strong, smart, and kind.
Velveteen is for the global child in all of us.