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Finn + Emma to show organic infants line at ABC Kids Expo
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Oct '13
Finn + Emma, a line of 100% organically grown whimsical clothing, accessories, toys and bedding, will be showcasing its collection at the ABC Kids Expo, taking place from October 15th-18th. With adorable styles and eco-friendly production, Finn + Emma will surely catch the attention of parents, retailers and little munchkins alike.

Made from 100% certified organic cotton and produced in fair trade settings, Finn + Emma provides heirloom quality pieces for little ones from preemie to 18 months. Finn + Emma’s new unisex collection features playful yet modern jungle prints in gender neutral colors including tan, brown, yellow, and mint. With everything from footies to kimono tops and bodysuits, these contemporary pieces make the perfect alternative to the traditional pink and blue wardrobe options for little ones.

The hand-knit rattles, teething rings and booties star everyone’s favorite animals, are free of any toxic chemicals and are sure to have retailers and parents alike drooling over them. In addition to the unisex line, Finn + Emma will show off its original collection featuring scooters, stripes and contemporary floral prints. The new, durable muslin swaddles and sleepsacks envelop babies in a soft, but breathable environment and will last families for many babies to come.

“We are very excited to showcase our unisex collection for everyone attending the ABC Kids Expo,” said Anna Schwengle, Finn + Emma’s founder and CEO. “With great attention to the details along with fun flair, this collection along with our original lines enables parents to dress their little ones stylishly without having to sacrifice sustainable practices.”

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