Inevitabile, a European-made collection of slow fashion for girls focusing on beautifully constructed tops featuring hand-embroidery, is featured in the new issue of CWB Magazine! Inevitabile will make their trade show debut at Bubble London this July 16 & 17, followed by Kids Now in Germany.
To learn more about Inevitabile and shop their first collection, visit www.inevitabile.com.
Lili Collection shoes for Babiekins Magazine, styled by Leslie Schor and photographed by Oona Kira.
We hope you are enjoying your summer! We are looking forward to upcoming trade shows Bubble London, Kids Now, Playtime New York, and ENK Children’s Club as well as growing our NYC presence (meet us at the August shows!).
We are also accepting new clients for baby & children’s fashion and lifestyle brands, to learn more about our service, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Summer is the ideal time to pitch for holiday gift guides!
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Inspired by the wild imagination of children and the beauty of play, Ciao Bimba dolls will be making their Bubble London debut this July 16-17. The Waldorf-inspired doll brand, founded by Maria Asenova and Denitza Velasquez, will be showcasing their beautifully handcrafted luxury dolls for boys and girls.
Ciao Bimba dolls are lovingly handcrafted in Sofia, Bulgaria using only natural, safety-compliant materials, including wool and cotton, and exclusively European designer fabrics. Each doll requires up to 10 hours of creative work and construction by expert dollmakers, ensuring unique characteristics and truly one-of-a-kind dolls for children of all ages. While traditional Waldorf dolls are usually simplistic and lack facial features, Ciao Bimba’s dolls have more intricate and pronounced features to encourage the doll-child bond.
“Our vision is to design handcrafted natural fiber art dolls that speak directly to children and inspire them to invent their own worlds,” said Denitza, who separates her time between London and Sofia. “We believe in the importance of surrounding children with natural toys that are safe, beautiful and soothing to the soul.”
The name Ciao Bimba,“hello baby girl” in Italian, is inspired by Denitza’s daughter Maya’s nickname from family travels in Italy. Reflecting the beauty and diversity of children across the world, Ciao Bimba dolls are available in several skin tones. The boy and girl dolls have distinctive traits and personalities, quickly becoming a child’s favorite companion.
Ciao Bimba dolls range in price from $85 to $250, the most popular Mini Ciao Bimba style retails for $198. Accessories, including doll baskets, necklaces, and additional doll dresses, are $20 to $48. For girls who love to match with their dolls, girls dresses in several lively coordinating prints are available for $77 to $88.
To learn more about Ciao Bimba and see their entire collection, please visit www.ciaobimba.com.
We are ready to kick off summer with fresh press & new clients! We have just a couple spots open to meet us in New York City on June 12 to discuss customized PR for your brand. One-time consultations (hourly fee applies) are available as well as potential client meetings for serious, committed brands only. Thank you for respecting our time & expertise! To learn more and reserve your place, please email email@example.com.
If you aren’t available that day we are also happy to schedule phone/Skype calls. Thank you!
The new issue of Mini Maven Magazine is out & features Rainey’s Closet! The luxury fashion rentals for littles site carries many name-brand dresses, including the Tutu Du Monde orchid watermelon wing tutu dress chosen for the editorial featuring Kathryn Eisman and her daughter Capri. To view the full editorial, click here and check your local Barnes & Noble for a copy!
To shop Rainey’s Closet for all of your micro-fashion needs, visit www.raineyscloset.com.
Let them eat cake! Rainey’s Closet, the luxury fashion rental service for children’s fashion, is featured on Grace Ormonde’s Wedding Style Magazine for their recent NYC photo shoot by Glynis A. Carpenter. To view the entire feature, visit here.
To learn more about Rainey’s Closet and their flower girl dress rental offerings from luxury labels, including Tutu Du Monde and Nellystella, visit www.raineyscloset.com.