January 31, 2014

Tutu du Monde

Filed under: Baby, Fashion, Kids, Notebook, Style File

By Desiree Spinner

OK I have an admitted obsession with the gorgeous frocks from Tutu du Monde! Baby W is going to be rocking these looks as soon as she is big enough to fit into the smallest size.  Hear how this super cool mom designed this super chic line for little ones…

Upon the birth of Andrea Rembeck’s (founder of Tutu de Monde) daughter in 2005, she took time out (from designing women’s wear) to simply enjoy being a mother, not realizing this very act would blossom into the birth of a brand too. Andrea discovered that little girls love to lose themselves in make-believe worlds and, more than anything, cherish beautiful tutus. When her daughter asked for one, Andrea embarked on a quest to find something that was not mass-produced, hot pink and polyester. After failing to find anything, it was clear there was a gap in the market for tutus made from natural materials, cottons and silks. Tutus in beautiful soft tones, preferably with beading, reminiscent of a vintage garment, delicately hand-made like couture and inspired by French ballet costumes. Tutu du Monde was born.

Where to shop Tutu de Monde in the US: Shop Belle, Thumbeline, and Nonna Bambini.

Comments

  1. Cool foto!

  2. It is a whole different thing when you go out to shop knowing that tomorrow you ought to have
    a complete new outfit for a wedding, or some other special occasion, or else you
    simply will not be able to go. A business entails investments and no exception to women clothing boutique.
    Skirts with colorful tops also look wonderful on them.
    The main fascination of the young generation with fashion is to
    look different.

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