Lines We Love: Oeuf Fall 2014 – Viva Brooklyn

June 23, 2014

Oeuf Baby Clothes Viva Brooklyn Fall 2014

Not to rush summer or anything (it did technically just start a few days ago!), but how cute are these designer baby clothes from the fall 2014 line of our Brooklyn neighbors, Oeuf? The collection, entitled Viva Brooklyn, honors the spirit and attitude of the borough, and encourages babies and kids to dress up, play, create, and express themselves. As always, Oeuf’s clothes & accessories are hand-knit in Bolivia by indigenous women (who are part of the World Fair Trade Org.), using 100% baby alpaca – a super soft, sustainable, and warm fabric. Head on over to Oeuf’s website to view check shop!

What do you think of Viva Brooklyn?






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