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Designer Ark launches line of Little Chief Bandana Bibs
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Jan '13
Designer Ark would like to announce the launch of the latest Little Chief bandana bibs which make up the 2013 collection. This collection is a combination of the most popular bandana bibs including Green Owl & Blue Strawberry plus never before seen Green Flower & Blue Cowboy. A few classic patterns have been expanded with the White Nautical now being joined by Red Nautical.

The 2013 collection also sees a key product improvement with the Velcro fastening now dropped in favor of two poppers. Poppers help each bandana bib last longer with a more secure fastening.

Since their inception in 2010 the Little Chief brand has brought excitement to bandana bibs which were already very popular but lacked vibrant designs and colors. Designer Ark who at the time had a successful online business selling quirky children’s toys & accessories identified a gap in this market and launched Little Chief bandana bibs.

Despite their popularity Designer Ark have strived to maintain the core beliefs of the Little Chiefs brand and to this day every bandana bib is lovingly handmade in Wales. Only the very best designer fabrics are carefully selected from leading fabric designers including Michael Miller & Anne Kell to name but two.

The Little Chief 2013 collection of bandana bibs are available now from the Designer Ark website plus select retail stores and websites.

Designer Ark


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