Alimrose curates beautifully designed children's gifts that make any play space functional and fun-loving at once. Their seamstresses are devoted to creating a covetable selection of dolls and toys made through passionate design and with top-of-the-line fabrics. Their heirloom accessories have a treasured place in every home they enter into.
Claude & Co.
Claude & Co. was formed by mother-to-be, Abi, who wanted a line of beautiful fabrics, colors and shapes she would eventually dress her child in. Gender neutral, earth-toned and classic and clever design radiate from their products as a result — designed for parents and children to enjoy equally.
Cuddle + Kind
Cuddle + Kind is a family-owned brand with a mission to nurture children through hand-knit dolls and home-cooked meals. Their sweet stuffed animals make the perfect companion for little ones, each serving a dual purpose of also providing 10 plates for a child in need. Their dolls are handcrafted by Peruvian women artisans, providing a sustainable, fair-trade income.
Donsje is an irresistibly cute childrenswear brand, offering a unique wardrobe with imaginative footwear, precious apparel and matching accessories that are not only loved by kids but also by their parents. Their products are instantly recognizable thanks to their exclusive design and refined details, hand-made with craftsmanship and passion for premium quality.
Elks and Angels
Elks & Angels' heart is in the right place — the generous baby brand aims to make charitable contributions with every customer purchase. With a wide range of products, from snuggle pods to pom pom hats to their ever-popular cuddle bears, founder Janet Kennedy Ault strives to create a comfort-based line that enhance children's wellbeing.
French designer Gigi Clozeau only uses the finest materials, 18-carat gold, diamonds, and a lacquer chosen for its shine and quality. This high-end resin offers a rich variety of colors. The artisanal application of this wonderful material onto the yellow, rose, and white gold chain is a real art. A joyfulness in color, and the love for beauty in all its simplicity are the core values that she shares in her designs.
ISHI brings ancestral craftsmanship into our contemporary culture. They express the cultural and spiritual richness of Mexico through their jewelry. ISHI is based in Mexico City and collaborates with various artisans including indigenous communities nationwide, such as the Zapotec from Oaxaca and the Huichol in the northwest.
Joah Love's mission is simple — to focus on buttery-soft, no-fuss, comfortable casuals that kids will actually love to wear. In 2008, founders Joy and Ahyoung merged their first names together to create the name, which also means "to like something" in Korean and "fraternity" in Hebrew. Since, the brand has created versatile clothing kids can pull off, dialing in on timeless over trendy.
Who's in your tribe? Kamaro'an takes pride in embracing the value of small circles — continuing their values and accumulating ethnic knowledge about themselves. Their brand, inspired by indigenous Taiwanese culture, harnesses simplicity and pure craftsmanship while honing in on clean design. Every product is handwoven in their studio by indigenous artisans, celebrating the timelessness of nature-based art and products.
Founded in Toronto in 2012, Lazypants is a fashion-forward brand of sweatpants made for your ‘leisure lifestyle’. Lazypants are to meant to bring comfort and style to any outfit, anytime. From a cozy night at home to a night out on the town... and anything in between.
LittleCHEW prioritizes mindfulness — after working to make life chewable for their firstborns, two mothers decided to take matters into their own hands with BPA-free teething products. Their handcrafted and decorative developments are created with care, made from non-toxic food grade silicon and 100 percent natural beech wood. The high-quality materials guaranteed a massaged mouth for baby and a good night of sleep for momma.
Little People, BIG DREAMS
With stylish and quirky illustrations and extra facts at the back, this empowering series celebrates the important life stories of wonderful trailblazers of the world. From designers and artists to scientists, all of them went on to achieve incredible things, yet all of them began life as a little child with a dream. These books make the lives of these role models accessible for children, providing a powerful message to inspire the next generation of outstanding people!
This Parisian clothing brand is ideal for children 0 to 12 years old. Their delicate and stylish pieces will delight your littlest ones, with their sweet, intricate patterns and dainty designs. With abundant collections posted season after season, your young ones will be well dressed year round.
Maileg is a charming brand of Danish-designed toys created to inspire children’s favorite playtime stories. By bringing storybook whimsy to everyday moments, their toys help children explore the pure and simple wonder of imagination. Beloved for their heartwarming personalities, Maileg toys show playfulness and charm in every last detail. Theirs is a timeless world filled with beautiful accessories and settings to be collected, cherished and shared.
Meri Meri is a fun-filled party, home decor and plaything paradise. Their party products, decorations, children's toys and stationary bring a sense of whimsy and wonder to their users — sparking little ones' imaginations all afternoon.
MOkun is a San Francisco-based textiles company founded by artist and maker Moriah Okun, that creates few-of-a-kind rope vessels, housewares, wall hangings, soft sculptures and more. Each piece is coiled and stitched by Moriah on a heavy-duty sewing machine using only cord and thread. The resulting forms are flexible and sturdy, sculptural and functional.
Moon Picnic creates and curates original and fun toys for children around the world. Their shop commits to bringing the best and most conscientious design for an inspired childhood. The brand is bursting not with trending products, but timeless ones — with the goal of creating magic.
Mou strives for its customers to live simply and love nature. Their footwear is handcrafted with premium natural fibers, and every pair is warm, durable and eclectic to boot. The brand strives to create ethical, eco-friendly products, along with prioritizing comfort, durability and design.
Mushie believes your babies deserve the best. After a frustrating search for sustainable products for her little one, their founder decided safety and design could go hand in hand — but creating them would have to happen on her own terms. Her eco-conscious products with modern and minimalist design are affordable and adorable all at once.
Established in 2012, Nailmatic is a bright and colorful brand with child-friendly nail polish and art products aimed at bringing the rainbow to real life. Their clever colors and punchy designs consider children first — creating a fun outlet for creativity and self-expression.
Native Shoes exists to bring a sense of lightness to a sometimes-heavy world. With a mission to recycle shoes after wearing them out, the brand wants consumers to make an impact on their neighbors and nation. They champion practicing tiny activism — making the world better one tiny step at a time.
Mary Lauer is a fan of whimsy. That’s why, in 1994, she opened her own boutique in the Mall of America, selling furniture and childrens clothing. After seeing what a success the clothing was, Oh Baby! was born. Customers delight in its decorative and imaginative style with every purchase.
One More in the Family
One more in the family was founded by Gemma Mases – designer, children’s fashion expert and mother of three. The collection is designed with unique textures, soft fabrics and functional designs for children one to 48 months old. All pieces are carefully created in Barcelona.
Paige Lauren's commitment to create simplistic, soft and sweet clothes for baby and children is evident. With her unadorned fabrics, luxurious looks and pastel details, the brand can be trusted to come through for your youngest ones — staying functional while fashionable.
Claire, Petite Hailey’s founder, noticed a gap in children's wear and wanted to do something about it. Petite Hailey was born. With its non-toxic and chemical-free products, the brand aims to outfit newborns to 12-year-old girls in a chic and fashionable way.
Poppie Toys' mission is to create toys with pure imagination. The brand's name is inspired by the Dutch word for "little doll," often used as an affectionate term. With all of their products, Poppie Toys wants consumers to feel like they're receiving that warm embrace. With toys that stimulate the mind — without using screens or electronics — the brand goes back to the basics with environmentally responsible products encouraging open-ended play.
Raised on rock and roll, Prince Peter is a contemporary clothing line dedicated to the evolution of style. Designed in Los Angeles, inspired by icons of generations past, the collection is consistently looking forward. Fit, fabrication, hand-feel and construction all reign supreme. Dressed up or dressed down, Prince Peter remains the authority on cool. Taking a nod from vintage and a page out of music history, the brand leans toward the direction of European taste-makers tempered with a casual modernity.
Created by the founder of Rylee + Cru, Kelli Murray, Quincy Mae is a basics brand using only certified organic cotton to create beautifully colored, minimally printed and velvety soft designs. Dressing baby has never been so simple and convenient. Artistic designs and comfortable fabric are at the heart of Quincy Mae.
Bold. Powerful. Timeless. Sophisticated. Rachel Katz Jewelry combines vintage detailing with modern geometric forms. The Rachel Katz collection appeals to women who desire classic pieces with a modern, architectural edge. Each piece is bold enough to make a statement, yet is wearable enough for every day. Versatile, stackable, and cool, the collection elevates any look -- from a plain white tee to a black-tie gown. Committed to quality, each Rachel Katz piece is made by hand in Los Angeles, and all diamonds are handset.
Rockahula Kids wants to delight its young customers — and they do so with heart-skipping-ly gorgeous products that consider fun and whimsy all the way through. Each accessory is made with love, using recyclable materials and donating a percentage of their profit to children's charities. Rockahula's products look good — and they do good, too.
Since 1999, Rowdy Sprout has been marching to the beat of its own drum! Their classic, vintage-inspired apparel is fueled by nostalgia and music appreciation. With the goal of putting a smile on people’s faces, Rowdy Sprout is grinning from ear to ear.
Rylee + Cru
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.
See Real Flowers
See Real Flowers was started by Elena Chen, a Los-Angeles-based jewelry designer, who was taught from an early age how to navigate the bustling Chinese marketplace by her grandfather. A world traveler, Elena enjoys collecting treasures— textiles, beads, talismans and artifacts — later using them to construct beautiful pieces for her clients.
Slumberkins is a line of cuddly creatures, designed to promote positive attachments. Founded by two mothers and educators, each creature is accompanied by an original Sleepytime Rhyme, written with therapeutic techniques to promote a specific positive life skill. Slumberkins are the perfect, best, cuddly friend for little ones to incorporate into the bedtime routine and beyond. Each one is made of the softest, luxurious fabric and is machine washable.
Spiritual Gangster started with a t-shirt and became something of a movement. The brand honors living in gratitude, giving back and choosing kindness, keeping in mind yogis, athletes, artists and musicians who do the same. Every item they sell provides a meal to someone in need through partnership with Feeding America.
Tenth and Pine
After an endometriosis diagnosis, Tenth and Pine's owner, Kerynn Molnar, was doubtful she would ever be pregnant. When she had a baby girl 10 years later, she became immersed in the world of all things baby and was motivated to create one-of-a-kind products parents wouldn't see in stores. Tenth and Pine is a gender-neutral, organic and eco-friendly line for babies you won't want to miss out on.
Tiny Whales was born and grown in the sunshine of Southern California. Made by a dynamic husband-and-wife duo, their inspiration comes from the nostalgia of their youth — they believe in growing up without growing old. With a strong DIY work ethic, you will always find a little piece of them in every collection they produce.
Ujala means “to illuminate.” The brand strives to do just that, nurturing a child’s personality rather than swamping it with the latest fashion trends. With its vibrant colors and fine fabrics, Ujala is inspired by the craftsmanship of India, bringing forth something distinct and charming. In the long run, they support local communities and encourages skillful handiwork.
Wander + Wonder
Wander + Wonder was born from a love of family travel. Hilda Yim, an adventurous spirit and innovative mother, admired her children's cultural curiosity when going somewhere new. Her with-the-times clothing reflects African, Japanese and Mexican traditions and lifestyles and translates them to a childlike perspective.
Wild Wawa is the brainchild of mother-daughter duo, Marina and Micaella, whose name was inspired by their Peruvian heritage as well as Micaella's daugher, Valentina. Their products are made up of high-quality Peruvian fabrics and handmade in Lima, Peru by a team of dedicated women. Through the construction of each piece to the final design, the hope is to create beautiful, lasting garments that act as heirlooms for years down the line.
Rachel Ulman started Wolf Dew to delve into her creative roots. With a brand inspired by her children, her whimsical, playful pieces are all handmade. Wolf Dew is happy to bring customers colorful, natural products to outfit their interior spaces, making each place feel a little more like home.