Our Fall 2010 Le Top baby collection features the “Puppy Park” navy velour group. In designing “Puppy Park” we were inspired by the luscious feel of velour and the revival of the classic boy color for fall – navy. Marykate, our head baby designer, started with some puppy sketches that inspired a darling print, irresistible “puppy face” accessories, and gorgeous baby boy outfits. What can be more classically “boy” than navy velour on a cool winter’s day? Check out the “Puppy Park” group on our website!”
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Posted in 0-3 Months, 12-months, 24-months, Baby, Baby Clothes, Baby Gifts, Baby Shower Gifts, Children's Clothes, Le Top, Le Top Online Boutique, le•top, le•top Design, Newborn, tagged baby boy outfits, inspiration, Le Top Baby Puppy Park collection, le top blog, Le Top Fall 2010 baby collection, letop baby, letop baby designer, navy velour, puppy sketches on October 7, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in Family Pet, Friends, le•top, tagged adventures with children, Alexandra, Baby, Baby Names, clothing designer, daughter, designer, Fashion, friend, green eyes, Irish, Italian, letop baby, letop baby designer, Native American, pet chicken, photo shoot with children, photoshoot, playdate, Russian, Russian names, Sasha, Tatiana, the energy of children, Tricycle, Ukrainian on May 29, 2009 | 4 Comments »
Everyone’s been wanting to see this infamous “zebra” jacket I wrote about last week, but I couldn’t find a good picture from the dinner. So, I decided to go see my friend and her daughter to do a little “photoshoot”. Her gorgeous (part Russian, part Native American, Ukrainian, Italian and Irish!) green-eyed daughter, Sasha (Alexandra) is a ball of energy who doesn’t stop laughing and running around! I asked her to come give me hug, so her mom, Tatiana, could quickly get a shot, but Sasha immediately ran off to grab something. That “something” turned out to be her pet chicken, that (strangely) loves being held and carried around. Then, there was a good 20 minutes of running around after the chicken, away from the chicken (that would be me), and trying to get the chicken to sit at the table…yes, I mean that…that wasn’t a typo. I managed to engage Sasha in a conversation about flowers, but the chair behind me quickly turned into a climbing post. A few minutes later she rolled out of the house on her tricycle, and we finally got our shot! Kids have an incredible energy that’s so contagious – I can’t wait for our next “playdate!” – it turned out to be such a fun adventure trying to get that picture!