April 30, 2013

We have "room" for RUUM!

Take a look at these fun and colorful spring summer looks by RUUM, a children's clothing brand that does mix-n-match with a playful flair!

The website of RUUM (pronounced "room") is launched back in January, and celebrated its grand opening on March 22. The brand offers fashionable clothing, accessories and footwear for children ranging from newborn to age 14. 

Designs at RUUM offers a great variety of styles for every type of kid: Girls that love dressing up will adore their sequined dresses. With a large selection of graphic tees and distressed jeans, the laid-back ones can also look comfortable and cool. 

With their all-American style and great affordability, these fun and adorable designs from RUUM will sure to brighten up a parent and child's day! (They sure are brightening up ours!)

April 10, 2013

We Support the Sustainable Classroom Project!

Photo by Jessica Bruah

The Sustainable Classroom Project is a project launched by Elemental Interiors Cares, an NYC based company founded by Sarah Barrett and Megan Downing. The mission is to design a sustainable classroom for kindergarten students in the Bitoon Ilaya Community of rural Philippines.

Elemental Cares is hosting the Fundraising event on April 11th, 2013 and all proceeds will go towards the material cost of classroom construction. The event will feature a silent auction with a fantastic offering of items: including dinners at Aquavit and Spice Market, a 2-night stay at the James
Hotel in Miami, original artwork by accomplished artists, and interior home goods.

It is a great cause and especially means a lot to us at VOGUE Bambini, a children's magazine. To support the event, you can purchase tickets HERE, or by buying items from the Online Classroom Registry, where patrons who can not attend the NYC event can donate specific classroom items and contribute to the cause.

The project is also in collaboration with Advancement for Rural Kids—an NYC-based nonprofit that gets rural children in developing countries back to school by providing a community-owned $15/child/year Feeding Program.

View of the classroom design