Personalization – the No.1 consumer trend this year.
Advice for selling to the new generation of gender-explorative children.
Mom & Me Boutique: Virginia Beach, VA
A chat with Brenda Cornwell, Mom & Me Boutique of Virginia Beach, VA
In the age of “Instababies,” the perfect photo gone viral can boost your bottom line.
Three Cheers for 30 Years
3 Marthas: an appliqués company you can trust.
Amanda Hsiao, Baby Gap
A chat with Amanda Hsiao, designer, Baby Gap.
Scene & Heard: April/May 2018
PBS and Zappos Launch Adaptive Apparel Line
In honor of Autism Awareness Month, PBS Kids and Zappos Adaptive partnered for a line of gender-neutral, two-way reversible …
Wear the Wild Things
This fall, collections come alive with tails swinging from pants, ears perched atop hoods, pompoms filling ice cream cones and googly eyes staring down passersby.
This tickled-pink mama never thought twice when it came to what color to buy for her newborn: Millennial pink.
Vancouver Kids Fashion Week designers pressed the mute button for Fall ’18.
For American parents looking to discover luxurious childrenswear labels from across Europe, Rebecca Butman is here to help—no plane ticket required.
As childrenswear designers continue to hone in on the sophistication of adult styles, South Korean designer Minjee Lee credits her background in women’s wear as a key to her success.
Kevlar-lined bulletproof book bags for back-to-school? Girl empowerment messaging in support of anti-sexual assault and harassment movements?
Mónica Algás, CEO of Boboli, achieves success by offering philanthropic values, kid-friendly designs and, most of all, always knowing her next move.
Accessories provide grand sales opportunities with today’s most coveted qualities—convenience and customization.
Designers are giving small voices a big platform with female empowerment messaging.
Pitti Bimbo show rolls out the red carpet for buyers.
Old meets new this fall.
Mini style gurus radiate confidence in European labels of contemporary cuts, bold colorways, mixed materials and dazzling embellishments.
The retro fabric and once closet staple of nerds, old professors and The Brady Bunch has received a cool makeover.
Inspired by the high contrast, black-and-white designs of Fall ’17 labels like Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Oscar de la Renta, children’s fashion has embraced the same monochromatic statement.
Experts weigh in on the state of the toy industry and what will be hot this year.
What’s a path to success in an era of epic consolidation?
Alan Steber, vice president of Sara’s Prints sleepwear and Widgeon outerwear, on building a business the old-fashioned way: through quality products, loyal partnerships and treating everyone like family.
Timely Kids' Industry Information & Inspiration
Up Close with FIT’s Michelle YoonMay 3, 2018
A graduating senior and winner of the Future of Fashion Childrenswear Critic Award, you’ll want to keep this young designer’s talent on your radar.» Read More…
Bivona & Company Expands ED Ellen DeGeneres LineMay 2, 2018
Four new furniture collections to please any parent.» Read More…
Fuzzy Babba Donates to BCCAApril 26, 2018
Known for its slipper socks, the company is warming the hearts (and feet) of cancer patients.» Read More…
Hello Kitty Goes To The BeachApril 12, 2018
Sanrio and O’Neill partner for Hello Kitty swim collection.» Read More…
Toms Launches Disney Princess Collection
Toms wants girls to “Break glass ceilings, not glass slippers.”» Read More…
Delivering Good Honors Female LeadersMarch 28, 2018
The three women will be celebrated at the annual Women of Inspiration Luncheon in New York.» Read More…
Soft’n Slo Squishies Make YouTube DebutMarch 27, 2018
The toy label expands digital reach with a 10-episode web series.» Read More…
DockATot Releases Super Chic BassinetMarch 22, 2018
Because baby always deserves the best.» Read More…
The Magic of Mickey Comes to LílléBabyMarch 20, 2018
…complete with Disney doll carriers!» Read More…
How Toys R Us Closing Affects The Toy IndustryMarch 19, 2018
Juli Lennett of NPD says things aren’t as bleak as they seem.» Read More…