Baby Collaboration: Paddington Bear for babyGap

February 12, 2014

paddington-bear-for-gap-1 paddington-bear-for-gap-2 Client: GAPStylist: Kate Van Der HageGroomer: WillowProduction: North Six Inc paddington-bear-for-gap-4 GAP Paddington

Have you heard about babyGap’s just-released Paddington Bear collection? Inspired by the children’s book character loved for his adventurous spirit, polite attitude, and adorable style, the limited-edition collection includes loads of quintessentially British pieces: a toggle sweater, duffle coat, yellow wellies, and t-shirts that feature illustrations from the original book. Additionally, to coincide with the launch, Gap is turning its flagship 5th Avenue store in NYC into an interactive space for kids to celebrate the history and adventures of Paddington. Head to babyGap’s website to view the entire collection.






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