Last week My Little Sunshine, the multi-brand, modern-day mom and pop children’s store, held a party in Tribeca to celebrate the opening of the boutique’s second location. Children’s clothing designer Anais & I was on-hand to introduce their Spring/Summer ’13 collection to the Tribeca mommy community through in-store and window displays.
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Founders and friends Tara Figotin and Rob Plotkin have over a decade of experience working in the fashion industry, and the new boutique offers stylish and wearable children’s clothing from such upscale labels exclusive to the TriBeCa location including Girl and a Mouse, Babe and Tess and Morley. Additional labels include Blu Pony Vintage, Tane Organics, Mini Rodini, Scotch Shrunk and Bobo Choses. The store also carries a hand-picked selection of toys and books, and offers kids’ haircuts (priced at $38) — all under one roof. This haircutting service will be the first of its kind in TriBeCa, offering a complete package to the store's customers.
“It was important to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for both parents and children that reflected our personal style in the store,” say owners Tara Figotin and Rob Plotkin. “We use classic vintage furniture to display fashionable and edgy looks from the U.S. and abroad. Most importantly, we tried to create an environment that makes shopping for your kids what it should be — a fun and personal experience!”
Fun, fashionable shopping makes NYC great. We're thrilled to welcome this new resource for dressing our hip kids.
For store locations and hours, and to shop the new spring and summer collections, please visit http://www.mylittlesunshinenyc.com. You can also follow My Little Sunshine on Facebook and Twitter!
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