I hope you all had a great weekend and that you're now ready for some more eye candy from the Playtime New York show... Happy Monday!
I'm a huge fan of Lucky Fish. Every time London wears her LF shirt, she gets compliments. I love their bright colors and vintage illustration graphics. These large pillows and smaller travel pillows totally won me over.
They also had some great wall art which was part of the collection. Love those metallic ones!
I was so smitten with the fabric used in these garments by little esop. They design the fabric themselves and hope to offer their fabric by the yard in the future. I thought this would be so perfect as child's bedding, don't you? I love that it could be for either gender.
I'm kicking myself now for not going back to h-luv and getting some more photos of their soft sculptures, but here's one I snapped of their adorable handmade bunnies. They also had some cute rainclouds to hang on a wall.
Zolima immediately caught my eye with their Asian retro-inspired mini suitcases. Aren't those colors to die for? I love the combinations.
Woolly Boo was a new find for me, and I was so impressed with their commitment to high quality organic wool and cotton products. Their travel pillows for kids are definitely going on my must-have list for our next trip.
Their organic bedding was so luxurious. The sleep sack is available in several different fabric choices, and I like that you can get one that matches your baby's bedding.
One of my favorite clothing and accessories brands was there, littl by lilit, a German company that has some amazing textile designs. London has a few of their bags and they get quite a bit of use. These colorful scarves would look cool draped over a teepee, or just hung on a wall - fun dress up clothes!
Stay tuned for some more Playtime first thing tomorrow!