Just In: Bon Bon Baby and Kid’s Clothing, Designed in France

April 14, 2011

Bonjour to Spring! Welcome the season with playful bloomers, ruffly tops and irresistibly cute sunsuits from Bon Bon (aka Bonton in France). Designed in France with your child’s comfort in mind; the collection is made of gauzy linens and Liberty print cottons in styles that encourage movement (no skinny jeans here!).

Bon Bon’s Spring 2011 collection is now at our store and online! See more detail shots from the collection…

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