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Stacey Fraser


A passion for children’s wear, fifteen years experience at companies including Gapkids, and Ralph Lauren, plus, a yearning for a life/work balance all culminated in the launch of Pink Chicken. In less than ten years, the brand Stacey Fraser started with a selection of with colorful, bold, vintage-inspired children clothes has expanded to include tweens, [...]

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Colleen Crivello


“It’s not a balance, it’s a juggle.” Truer words may have never been spoken. And Colleen Crivello knows the juggle, as a mother and wife, founder and designer of CHaLK, creative director of Ralph Lauren Girls and Baby, and most recently, founder of MINIMODE, an online shopping and editorial destination for stylish moms – downtime [...]

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FOMO: To buy or not to buy?


On any given day, I open my email and I have at least 75-100 emails from retailers and independent designers. While I have subscribed to many newsletters, some are automatic when you place an order online. My love and support for small, independent designers is well documented here, and I’m happy to hear most news [...]

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Amber Farr


Flynn Skye is a California-based, whimsical and modern womenswear collection, named after designer Amber Farr’s daughter, Flynn. Farr, born and raised in Malibu, has been part of the fashion industry for years – she opened her first shop, Blonde, in Santa Monica in 2001. Eight years later, and ready for a new adventure, she accepted [...]

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Elizabeth Davila


When you’re buying for a little boy the chances of finding clothes as cute as tutus and Mary-jane shoes that isn’t J. Crew, The Gap, or some other generic brand, is much tougher. Luckily, for moms of boys, stylist Elizabeth Davila has entered the market with her online-only boys’ shop, four the boys. Davila handpicks [...]

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