February 2018

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  • Family Ties: What’s a path to success in an era of epic consolidation?
  • All In The Family: 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.
  • Designer Chat: Lena Aboo – Sonatina: We talk with Designer Lena Aboo from Sonatina.
  • Sparks Fly: Amy Sparks, owner of Once Upon a Time, makes customers’ wishes come true through fairy tale-inspired merchandising and old-fashioned service.
  • Above & Beyond: Children’s designers go the limit to appease parents who demand style without restrictions.
  • Scene and Heard: February 2018: Noé & Zoë Jumps into Converse Noé & Zoë has tied the knot with Converse on a Fall ’18 collection. It takes the relationship to the ...
  • Home Alone: Playtime gets funky with quirky textures, bright colors and goofy prints.

January 2018

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November/December 2017

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  • The 2017 Earnie Awards: Recognizing excellence in design and retail across the children’s fashion market for 2017.
  • Cheeky Chic Baby & Kids Boutique: Scottsdale, AZ: From the moment Geri Damone and her daughter Chrissy Cunningham opened Cheeky Chic Baby & Kids Boutique in the summer of 2014, they were focused on bringing a taste of New York to their new home in Scottsdale, AZ.
  • I Can’t Complain: But Sometimes I Still Do…
  • Syreeta Johnson: Indikidual: Designer Chat: When Syreeta Johnson welcomed her daughter to the world in 2012, she knew it was time for a better work-life balance.
  • Scene and Heard: December 2017: Emu Australia Steps into Tween Emu Australia has bridged the gap between its women’s and children’s footwear lines with a tween collection (sizes 13 to 6). “The ...
  • Frill Seeker: Flounce, frills and undulating folds imbue feminine charm across girls’ collections, paralleling popular styles seen in womenswear labels.

October 2017

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  • Scary Good Opportunities: When autumn leaves begin to fall, sales often rise.
  • What’s Selling: Bringing Up Baby – Boston, MA: A chat with Sandy Sidoti, owner of Beantown’s award-winning children’s boutique Bringing Up Baby.
  • Trickle Up Theory: With takedowns already an established success, children’s brands are introducing adult sizes to capitalize on the crossover appeal.
  • Leading a Legacy: Gary Simmons, president and CEO of Gerber Childrenswear, shares his approach to upholding and expanding the reputation of one of the most iconic names in the infant industry.
  • Get in Gear: The baby gear market is booming as parents increasingly demand user-friendly, multi-functional, high-quality products that offer style, safety and sustainability.
  • Think Small: Happy Hues and Prints that Pop Enliven Infantswear for Spring '18

September 2017

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  • Wish You Were Here: Upon the streets of San Francisco, preppy details and pastel hues help create picture-perfect memories that will transcend time.
  • Social Norms: Social media isn’t a fad. It’s the new media and must be a vital part of any retailer and wholesaler’s marketing strategy.
  • Scene & Heard: September 2017: Pink Chicken Hatches Layette Line Pink Chicken’s layette  line is hatching just in time for Spring ’18 delivery. In an expansion of the brand’s growing baby offerings, the ...
  • Monkey Business: Harald Husum, president and founderof Appaman, shares strategies behind the celebrity-approved global fashion label and its focus to provide kids with well-deserved “street cred.”
  • The Little Things Matter: Spring ’18 Accessories Preview: The accessories market provides big sales opportunities, and here’s why.
  • Wear Happy Thoughts: While childrenswear is no place for politics or controversial messaging, the social activism theme has trickled down in the form of confidence and positivity.
  • Under The Influence: Learn the ins and outs of today’s biggest marketing phenomenon: influencers.
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