A baby collection with a big goal {guest post by Erin from Apartment 34}

Hi! This is Erin from Apartment 34 for Audrey’s last guest post during her maternity leave. It’s rare I talk about baby things not having any of my own yet but when Audrey asked me to guest post while she’s out with darling Freia,  I thought I’d poke around to see what’s been going on for the wee ones these days. And I’m glad I did because I discovered a collection I might start buying now! How good would you feel if the money spent towards making your kid look cute went to an even better cause?! Now you can find out!

Twenty-two high end designers including Prada, Chloe, Celine Vera Wang, Victoria Beckham, Alexander McQueen and Isabel Marant {basically the most A-list designers, ever!} have teamed up with Shopbop and Born Free for a baby and kids line where 100% of the proceeds are going towards ending HIV transmission between mother and child. We’re all for shopping for a cause so naturally we’ll take a moment to break our baby silence with a stunning nursery and cute clothes that would obviously look beyond gorge hanging in the closet!

We love, love the message behind this line and are super excited to share it with all you mamas, mama-to-be’s, and aunties. Even if you’re that one friend out of your whole entire group who doesn’t have a child yet {raises hand!}, you’ll definitely want to keep this collection on your radar for when that inevitable “damn-it-another-one-of-my-friends-is-having-a-baby-before-me,” baby shower moment!

>1 Ivanka Trump Toddler Kurta + Bloomers

>2 Alexander McQueen Baby Blanket

>3 Prada Child’s Pleated Skirt

>4 Lemlem Child’s Patio Dress

>5 DKNY Child’s Dress

Btw, while sourcing nurseries, we came across THE cutest little boy of all time, Carter from Babiekins!

images via The Brick House, photography by Laure Joliet 

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