114 posts tagged Children in ALL BLOGS


Psychobaby

This boutique carries an impressive selection of toys and games alongside pieces from Paul Frank and Ernest Sewn. Not heavy on brand names, owners Marlo and Lisa offer tees with vintage band graphics or Dr. Seuss illustrations plus a zoo of puppets, allowing young creativity to run a little wild.1630 N. Damen Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647 Tel: (773) 772-2815psychobabyonline.com
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Manner Gift

Situated slightly off the beaten path, Männer Gift sells unique furniture and gift items for the home. Whether it’s a ship toaster from Bugatti, Mukul Goyal’s strong-arm wine racks, or quirky cow bookends in the shape of Elvis and Marie Antoinette, Thomas Hoffman’s eccentric boutique stocks delightfully affordable goods. Schonhauser Allee 66/67 10437 Berlin Tel: 49 (0)30 56 73 92 62www.maennergift.de
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Caramel Baby And Child

Having opened fours shops in London (and outposts Florence and Tokyo), Caramel Baby and Child’s success is due to its understated, yet luxurious touch in the world of children’s apparel. Founder Eva Karayiannis expertly interprets modern design into comfortable and stylish goods that are a hit with both children and parents. 77 Ledbury Road Notting Hill, London W11 2AG Tel: 44 (0)20 7727 0906www.caramel-shop.co.uk
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Unto This Last

Unto This Last, written in 1860 by John Ruskin, advocated a return to the local craftsman’s workshop during the Industrial Revolution. The latest 3D modeling software, linked to a custom-built database, allows Shoreditch’s Unto This Last to recreate this dream of locally distributed manufacturing. You can actually watch your pieces being made through a glass window that separates this ‘mini-
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Yoming

Though he studied interior architecture, a job in furniture restoration caused Paris-based designer Yahïa Ouled-Moussa to turn to fashion. Here at Yoming, Ouled-Moussa transforms sturdy, vintage French linens, army sacks, and canvas belts into stylish smocks, one-of-a-kind totes, and “strap-band chairs.” The newest item available is “Yoming Airways,” a multi-purpose travel bag that is ideal for weekend getaways. 95, rue Nollet, 75017
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Petit Aime

Parlez-vous français? Sisters Val and Vanda Heng-Vong definitely do, and have imported some serious French style to their boutique, Petit Aimé. British children can deck themselves out in chic threads from Bonton, Antik Batik and Isabel Marant. 34 Ledbury Road Notting Hill, London W11 2AB Tel: 44 (0) 20 7221 31 23 aimelondon.com/petitaime.htm
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Luz

Luz is housed in a quaint courtyard off of the Naviglio Grande Canal. The owners pride themselves on providing an assortment of inventive treats for women and children alike. The soothing palette of the clothing and store exude the essence and tranquility of Provence, without sacrificing Milanese style. The store has an endless selection of possibilities to satisfy shoppers of
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Normann Copenhagen

While Normann Copenhagen was founded with interiors in mind, their clothing collection has definitely risen to the occasion. Scandinavian brands like Stine Goya, Rutzo and Acne are stocked next to Viktor & Rolf and Costume National. Their in-house label Hollys has become wildly successful with the locals, and so has Danish jewelry designer Line & Jo. Østerbrogade 70, 2100 Copenhagen
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Maggie’s Threads

When a child grows in Brooklyn, early lessons in style begin with fun, well-made clothes at this charming boutique. Carrying infant sizes through 12, Maggie's houses local labels and consignment items, with a "pre-loved" section of gently used pieces. Look out for celebrity initial tees by InfiniTee and refurbished vintage goods by Lily and Amy.Maggie's Threads for Kids 411 Seventh Avenue Park
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My Satisfaction

My Satisfaction plays with colors, scents and forms to invoke all five senses. The store, nestled in the quiet zone of Isola, carries an array of design-savvy brands like Mogu, Dimensione 90 and Creativando. If you are looking for energetic pieces with a flavorful ambience, My Satisfaction is the place.Via Angelo della Pergola, 3 Milano 2015939 (0)2 68 03 16 www.mysatisfaction.it
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Momo

At Momo Natural, wooden furniture and related products are designed and manufactured in-house. The store has a country air about it and products are designed specifically with the traditional Japanese home in mind. The store also sells many basic but durable goods. Shown here, store manager, Ms. Fukazawa. 2-8-17 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo Tel: 03-5731-3706 www.momo-natural.co.jp
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Wasalaby

Wasalaby, owned by Mr.Tomioka sells tableware that is well-designed, but at the same time user-friendly. The works are perfectly described by the term, "the beauty of simplicity." Wasalaby carries and sells around ten artists' work year round including that of Taizo Kuroda and Ryuji Mitani. 2-9-19 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-0035 Tel 03-3717-9191 www.wasalaby.com
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Hotch Potch

Hotch Potch is a store with an eclectic mix and wide range of colorful items for the home. Not only is one able to find many items one might want for oneself, but the reasonable prices also make it the right place to look for great gifts. Shown here, assistant manager, Mr.Nakajima. 1-26-20 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-0035 Tel 03-3717-6911 www.mercros.co.jp
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Kasuu

Kasuu-Kobo is a shop that sells modern silver accessories inspired by traditional Japanese motifs. It is said that when wearing these things, one can find one's Japanese heart. Kasuu-Kobo products are designed and manufactured in-house and are usually plenty of fun. Shown here, Mr.Yonekawa. 4-28-14 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001 Tel 03-3479-3150 www.wargo.jp
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Karako

Inspired by the "East meets West" concept, Karako combines the warm nature of Asia and design essence of Europe, therefore offering its customers a wide variety of products. These are imported from countries as diverse as Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, China, India and Turkey. "Noodle Bowl" chopsticks that fit inside a container. 1-25-9 Jiyugaoka, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-0035 Tel 03-3717-5963 www.karako.jp
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