We are so excited to be collaborating on our second collaborative collection with fashion designer and blogger, Rachel Parcell. The bows in the collection were inspired by Rachel's elegant and feminine style, as well as the the beautiful bond between her and her adorable daughter Isla.
For our inaugural collection as Wunderkin Co. (formerly Free Babes), we traveled all the way to Columbia River Gorge in Oregon to capture the spirit of adventure. Luke and Mallory Photography beautifully captured the essence of Wunderkin, while the melting snow and green moss served as the perfect spring-time background to our green, mustard and blue tones, and our German-inspired floral prints.
I’m so excited to announce that today, Free Babes Handmade will become Wunderkin Co. After LOTS of thought, we have decided to make the switch to a new name that we feel embodies our brand and mission.
Our first ever repeat collaboration is with my favorite: This Little Street. We partnered to create the perfect fall collection, paying homage to national park uniforms, little woodland creatures and the repeat of the popular Scandinavian wallpaper pattern in an updated mustard and hunter green.
I have long admired Emmy Jones' beautiful Instagram feed full of sweet parenting moments in her light-filled, Utah home. I am so excited to partner with her to bring to life her vision for an exclusive collection of Indigo-dyed bows.
When choosing clothes for my little girls, I try to buy exclusively from shops that make the effort to produce their clothing in the United States. It may mean spending a little more, but it's worth it. Kids clothes that look good and also make you feel good. The perfect excuse to buy your little girl something nice.
When we found out that Jessica Dickinson of Blake Acres is traveling across the pond with her daughter this summer, we couldn't pass up an opportunity to send them to the famed Liberty of London shop to pick out some beautiful fabric for a collaboration.
The recent launch of our 70s-inspired florals and vintage yellow Swiss dot bows left me with retro everything on the brain, so naturally, my mind went to the sort of classic adventures I could recreate for my littles. I figured I'd round up a few of my favorite retro-inspired summer activities for kids—because couldn't we all use a little inspiration to get outside? The answer is yes. Bring on the vintage.