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Miniature debuts eco-friendly layette collection
Mar '12
Miniature Milk, designer of eco-friendly baby clothing, debuts a new collection of fashionable infant-wear with added health benefits at the Spring ENK Children's Club. Made of milk fiber and organically grown cotton, Miniature Milk incorporates playful cow print and logos into its rompers, onesies, t-shirts and bibs, guaranteed to grab the attention of retailers and consumers alike.

Miniature Milk its basic range which is both fashionable and soothing to babies' sensitive skin. Consisting of layette items with minimalist colors, stripes and cow prints, Miniature Milk's collection is available in a pastel purple and a pastel blue, for both girls and boys. The line is made from 20% milk fiber, which comes from Casein Protein that is extracted from cow's milk, and 80% organically grown cotton. With anti-bacterial properties as well as natural moisturizers, Miniature Milk's "udder-ly" adorable design mixed with soft and ground-breaking fabrics brings revolutionary presence at the ENK Children's Club.

"Launching our line at the ENK Children's Club is very important and an exciting opportunity for us," said Jamie Archer-Perkins, founder of Miniature Milk. "Our concept is both innovative and novel to the baby clothing industry which is perfect for retailers looking for fresh new products. We wanted to create a range of baby clothes specifically for those discerning parents who not only care about the well-being of their babies but also want the clothes to look and feel great. We believe that Miniature Milk will make babies, parents and retailers happy."

Miniature Milk brings ingenuity and style to its collection of eco-friendly infant clothing. Created from milk protein and organically grown cotton, Miniature Milk's collection of layette items includes onesies, rompers, bibs and caps. Available in a pastel blue and a pastel purple and sizes newborn through one year old, Miniature Milk nourishes babies' skin, while keeping them comfortable and stylish at the same time.

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