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Charlie Banana debuts organic cotton boxers
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Charlie Banana, the international luxury brand of modern cloth diapers and eco-friendly, organic baby products, is finally giving dads a fresh pair of organic drawers. The company introduced its OEKO-TEX fabric, organic cotton boxer brief underwear for men at the 1st Annual Green Steps Fashion Night in Los Angeles. In an unexpected Grand Finale on the Green Carpet, the men strutted their organic cotton rears down the runway.

“Charlie Banana is all about the bottom. And we’re thrilled our handsome dads walked the Green Carpet debuting the luxurious and sustainable line for men,” said Charlie Banana founder Gaëlle Wizenberg. “These boxers are breathable, sexy and drip-free… men know what we’re talking about here! These boxers are so comfortable, the models on the runway didn’t want to take them off – they feel like nothing!”

Wizenberg has a passion for style and creating a complete collection of fashionable, reusable diapers, diapering accessories and underwear, and the brand is delighted to bring the ‘Organic Boxer Shorts’ to men, specifically dads who love Charlie Banana.

“It’s high time someone thought about dad in the diapering and underwear category. Dads want to be comfortable, stylish and of course, sexy for themselves and their wives. So we’ve designed a line of boxers that accomplishes that need,” said Wizenberg.

Charlie Banana has also made a deep impact with an important organization – Project Child Save – which is dedicated to helping prevent child abductions and kidnapping through education and public awareness campaigns. The Team at Project Child Save is made of true heroes and needs support. Over 500 children have been rescued since 2009. “We can help in so many more ways with more funding,” says Wizenberg.

Winc Design Limited has a dedicated focus on saving children by raising awareness, driving donations and direct contributions to Project Child Save.

“Every year thousands of children are taken from their homes and sold into sexual slavery. Most of these children are teens or pre-teens, and few ever make it back to their families. We want to bring awareness to this topic and not hide it any longer. It’s our passion and it’s vital to bringing these children home,” said Wizenberg.

Charlie Banana also proudly supports Operation Smile Inc., a worldwide medical charity that changes the lives of children suffering from cleft lip, cleft palate and other facial deformities.

About Charlie Banana 
Established in 2010, Charlie Banana is the international, luxury brand of modern cloth diapers and organic baby products. Charlie Banana was created out of love for eco friendliness, quality and design by cloth diaper industry experts with more than 17 years combined experience. 
 

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