Spotted at Barneys New York: Estella Hand-Knit Rattles

May 16, 2013

We are thrilled and incredibly humbled to announce that our line of hand-knit rattles is now available at Barneys New York’s flagship store on Madison Avenue. If you happen to stop by and see one of our taxis, purses, footballs, or metrocards, be sure to snap a picture and tweet it to us! To those of you in Chicago, our rattles are on their way to your flagship location as well, and for everyone else, they will soon be available to purchase online at Barneys.com. Thank you to Indra for surprising us this morning with the above picture, and to the talented Shaynah of Pirates and Peonies and her beautiful baby boy Wrennyn, whose modeling our Estella Spring Summer 2013 Collection and hand-knit taxi rattle!






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