Showroom News: Children’s wear reps take on new lines.
~ The children’s collection from the colorful Spanish brand Desigual, which outfits boys and girls ages 4 to 14, has been picked up by two …
~ The children’s collection from the colorful Spanish brand Desigual, which outfits boys and girls ages 4 to 14, has been picked up by two new showrooms. In New York, the line will be sold by Duo Kids showroom; call (212) 354-2371 or e-mail email@example.com. In Dallas, the line will be represented by The Klein Group; call (800) 880-5437 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
~ Clothing the Boom in New York is now selling Custo Barcelona’s kids’ line, which is in its second season. For details, call (212) 564-3031 or e-mail email@example.com.
~ Janet Hunter Hawkins is now representing Lemon Loves Lime, KidCuteTure, Egg by Susan Lazar, Creative Education, Pink Poppy and Noodle & Boo in her Atlanta showroom, The Children’s Clotheshorse. For more information, call (404) 524-8897 or visit www.janethunterhawkins.com.
~ Rebecca Ebershoff of Los Angeles has added Emile et Rose layette and Attitude Pie’s collections for boys and girls (newborn to adult sizes) to her showroom. For details, call (213) 622-9879 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
~ Nancy Markert & Associates of New York has become the exclusive U.S. representative for the Dutch brand Imps & Elfs. In addition, as of March 10, showroom partners Nancy Markert and Amy Hoffman are relocating to share space with Louise Connor of The Showroom; both companies can now be found in Room 314 at 34 W. 33rd St. Along with Imps & Elfs, they are bringing along their current lines, which include Mish Mish, Baby Steps, Sofi & Retro Rags. For details, call (201) 768-8334 or visit www.nancymarkert.com.
In the March Issue:
~ Behind the scenes at Little Me
~ The skinny on denim’s new directions
~ Our comprehensive Fall ’10 trend report
~ Plus: gifts packaged to sell, stylish diaper bags and essential camp gear
Coming in April/May:
~ A focus on eco’s fashionable side
~ Heavyweights discuss the state of the infant and toddler market
~ Retail marketing techniques that work
~ Plus: milestone markers and nursery decor