You’ll notice that a lot of our newest styles feature graphics that have a mixed media look to them – especially our panda graphic on our Baby Girl Kiri-e Panda Graphic Tee. Our designers were inspired by Japanese postcard art when they were designing this adorable panda. While it’s easy to wear a style that features a mixed print graphic (we love it!), mixing prints on multiple pieces of clothing can be a daunting task. We’ve made it easy for you to mix-and-match our newest baby girl styles. Follow along to get some inspiration…
Each season, our in house artists create unique graphics for tees. They paint, sketch, stamp and piece together the graphics you love. We take pride in not only our design process, but in the story behind each graphic. Each destination we travel to, we work to represent a handful of native animals. We love to learn about their behavior and habitats. We know our little citizens love animals, too! Patagonia is a land rich with animals, many of them relatively unknown to our own little citizens. The animals in Patagonia and throughout South America inspired and influenced the design of our newest graphics. Read on to see the graphics up close and learn about the animals behind them.
You’ll be happy to hear that one of your favorite styles has been revamped for fall! This fall’s girls midi skirt is perfect for cooler temperatures and can be easily dressed up for special occasions or dressed down for school picnics. Read on to see the outfits we’ve pulled together that let our Evita Midi Skirt shine!
This year for back-to-school we’ve got you covered with these must haves! Backpacks in bright colors and geometric shapes. Sneakers and boots perfect for a run around the playground and adorable mary janes, picture ready for the first day (don’t worry, they’re great on the playground too!). And don’t forget, colorful necklaces to add a little something extra for the new year, new grade and whole new look. See our round up of must-have accessories perfect for your little citizen!
While traveling through Argentina and Bolivia, you’re sure to see llamas! We found them roaming the Andes Mountains, on far away farms and throughout tiny towns. Llamas are native to South America have been a friend to people since the time of the Incas when they were first used as pack animals, carrying goods and wares over the rough terrain. They have a soft wool coat that keeps them warm throughout the winter which is often used to make soft luxurious sweaters and hats! Llamas are also guardians for sheep and goats, protecting them against many predators. In honor of the many llamas we found along our way, you’ll find several llama inspired pieces this fall – from a photoreal tee to a sweet print for baby, there’s a type of llama for everyone. We’ve rounded up fun facts you might not have known about llamas and don’t miss this fall’s inspired designs!
Summer has only just begun and layers and flannel may be the last thing on your mind. But one thing is certain, we’re sure you have plans to head out on a road trip this summer; to the beach, the lake, to a friend’s house or maybe grandma’s. This Fall, we’re crossing the equator to do what we do best—explore! We set out on a road trip of our own, through Argentina and Bolivia, and came back with armloads of inspiration. We want to share this feeling of wanderlust with you and your little citizens! See these back-to-school styles inspired by the road less traveled. It’s never to soon to swoon.
Inspiration can stem from anything; an inanimate object, a person, a taste, smell or a sound. When inspiration stems from art, it has many layers. An artist is inspired and creates a beautiful piece, which a viewer in turn can be inspired by. This was the case when our team traveled to India. Our designers saw the works of a Madhubani artist and fell in love with the technique and design. Madhubani painting is a style of Indian painting, practiced in the Mithila region in Bihar, India. The painting is done with fingers, twigs, brushes, or matchsticks!