Kaboodle Kids literally searched to the ends of the earth to bring you fashions you can’t find just anywhere. Their high quality cotton garments are manufactured in South Africa, a premier exporter to boutiques worldwide.
Check out the new Fall outfits for girls and boys including favorites: Aline Dress, Babydoll Top and Swing Tops for the girls – and the golfer shirts for boys. Also, check out their Fall/Winter sales on tops and shirts and pants starting as low as $8.00. Take an additional 10% off your order now through September 30 with coupon code: KKids.
Kaboodle Kids imports fashions from South Africa, which employs women and women-owned businesses there to make the clothes and in doing so help them support themselves and their families. Their hearts are also aligned with Feed the Children. As part of their Special Projects Program, they are able to target contributions to an Abandoned Baby Center in Kenya.
Each piece from Lemon Loves Lime collection is wonderfully unique and resembles cherished memories of our daughters’ childhood that we hold dear in our hearts; their exuberant smiles and laughs of happiness, their tears of sadness and fright, their innocent curiosity and wonder of the world before them, as well as their playful mischief.
“We adore both Joy and her designs and are happy to announce that we were able to bring are customers more inventory. We have replenished the sold out fairy dress shown here as well as tunics, leggings, skirts and more! If you missed out the first time now is your chance to experience the collection for yourself.
The holidays are just around the corner. Lemon loves lime is a huge hit both for gift giving and holiday outfits” -
She’s got the class, the grace, and the face that could definitely launch a thousand ships. It’s no wonder why actress Anne Hathaway has held everybody’s breaths as she attended the 46th New York Film Festival premiere of “The Class” last night (September 26).
Clad in a tube top black-and-white printed body hugging gown, Anne was indeed a picture of Hollywood beauty and glamour. Well that is if not for the tube top that showed her bare, skinny-looking, and uneven tone shoulders.
Anyway, with Anne’s innate charm, maybe we can forgive that little flaw.
“The Class” is a Laurent Cantet film featuring an “actual classroom of outspoken, multiethnic teens from a tough Parisian junior high school. Teacher Francois Begaudeau, on whose autobiographical account this unsentimental film is based, plays himself.”
Having already conquered the conventional retail space, Juicy Couture, together with global digital leader createthe group, is now turning to the hottest trends in website technology, from social networking to blogging, to further unite the masses that worship this global brand.
Recognized by Women’s Wear Daily as the fourth most searched-for fashion brand online, (properly sandwiched between Louis Vuitton and Chanel), the original JuicyCouture.com has already been established as a mecca for savvy fashionistas. The new and improved JuicyCouture.com, now set to re-launch on September 24, 2008, will trump the original by not only including traditional e-commerce features, but by additionally including exciting elements such as “Club Couture”, Juicy’s new online community where members can interact with the site and with each other; and “Love G&P”, Pam & Gela’s personal blog where they offer their latest product finds, favorite new obsessions, Juicy news and hot music picks. Love G&P will also allow Juicy fans to communicate with Pam & Gela directly and post their own comments!
“With the new JuicyCouture.com, the Juicy girl can jump even further into the wonderful world of Juicy, like Alice in Wonderland,” gush Co-Founders and Co-Creators Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor. “With these incredible new interactive features, she can log on and truly enter our Juicy wonderland. Not only can she hang in the Juicy world, but she can be a part of all the exciting elements and products created just for the Juicy girl.”
“We’ve provided a showcase for Juicy’s fantastic campaign imagery, but kept the shopping elements accessible and present throughout the site,” says Tony King, Chief Creative Officer of createthe group. “Juicy has an incredible fan base that loves the brand for their products, but also the lifestyle it captures.”
Legendary film star Paul Newman, whose brilliant blue eyes, good looks and talent made him one of Hollywood’s top actors over six decades has died after a long battle with cancer, a spokesman said on Saturday. He was 83, and he died on Friday night, said his Los Angeles-based spokesman Jeff Sanderson. He will be missed, RIP Paul!
Organic kids clothing company Arabella Miller is celebrating the launch of their first organic babywear collection and being a finalist in not one but TWO National business awards.
The exclusive range of Arabella Miller baby clothes includes rompers, nightgowns, tops, trousers and dresses. The baby clothes feature two all-over organic ink prints – Flutterbye (butterflies and flowers) and Close Encounters (spaceships and aliens). All clothing is certified organic by the Soil Association.
Alison Rothwell, founder of Arabella Miller explains her inspiration behind the new collection, “Arabella Miller funky organic kids t-shirts have been really popular with mums looking for something that bit different AND organic, and they kept telling me it was time we produced a range of clothes especially for little ones. So I put my thinking cap on and came up with a capsule collection of organic babywear which I`d like my own baby to wear. It includes a nightgown, blanket, hat, romper and top and yoga pants. An outrageously girly organic “Ruffle Dress” for ages 1-6 years completes the collection.”
To solve the problem of new baby gift buying, Arabella Miller have also launched a brand new range of luxury gift boxes featuring the new organic baby clothing collection. Prices range from £25 to £75.
Hot on the heals of the launch of the new collection was Arabella Miller’s astonishing success in two National business competitions. The first is the Startups Awards – Arabella Miller is a finalist in the best Green Business category and the only clothing company to ever receive a nomination in this category. The second is the ITV “This Morning” Mumpreneur Award, organised by ITV’s “This Morning” and started last week with the Northern heats. Director, Alison Rothwell, was selected by a panel of entrepreneur judges – Tim Campbell, Emma Harrison and Judy Naake to go through to live studio finals in October.
It was a busy day in the Big Apple for Victoria Beckham – front row fashion, clothing line launch and new hairstyle.As the former Spice Girl revealed her debut fashion collection to a handful of fashion’s elite editors on Monday, she also showcased a daring new hairdo, a short spiky crop.
Super svelte Victoria deemed New York Fashion Week the perfect time and place to debut her new collection via private viewings at the historic Waldorf hotel.She revealed even husband David had not seen all the finished pieces, although he regularly texted throughout the showcase for progress reports.
The novice fashion designer described her collection of ten dresses as “classy”.Each fashionable frock is typically Victoria Beckham, super figure-hugging, though all feature a modest below-the-knee hemline.
Aubrey O’Day – The girl who once said how ‘horrible’ it is for people to compare her to Paris Hilton just because she carries her dog around.
But arriving at the Declare Yourself’s “Domino Effect” Hollywood Event at The Green Door last night (September 24), who wouldn’t think that she really isn’t copying the socialite heiress at all?
Well, okay, maybe she’s not. But talk about ‘horrible,’ this look’s actually even more ‘horrible’ than the thought of her being compared to Paris Hilton. Like she can’t even pull off that look even with her pup ‘accessory’!
Oh, poor dog… Just poor, poor dog.
I wonder what she’s thinking donning on that gown that didn’t flatter even a single part of her. What a ‘horrible’ statement this is.