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Runway Baby Organics debuts new blanket line in Miami
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Nov '13
Although conventional cotton only uses 3% of the world's farmland, it requires 25% of the world's chemical pesticides to grow. These chemicals are responsible for many health issues affecting babies' skin, issues that go beyond contact dermatitis. For its Book in a Blanket (BIB) range of collectibles, Runway Baby Organics uses Pakucho Organic Cotton, the best, most luxurious organic yarn in the world, GOTS certified at the source, free of substances that can be unsafe for humans.

Beyond organic and safe for children, the Runway Baby Organics collectible blankets are designed to connect people, to educate, and to advance meaning and message: "fashion with a soul."

"There's nothing wrong with looking nice, polished, and in trend," says Ana Cristiana, Runway Baby Organics founder and owner. "However, fashion for babies and toddlers needs to go beyond the trend. It needs to be beautiful, safe for kids and the environment at the same time, practical and educational. Education is the greatest charity you can give. My business concept brings all these elements together, and adds a message of love to underprivileged children all over the world: You are loved, too!"

In all, there will be 12 blankets and 12 books in the Book in a Blanket (BIB) collection, each design a limited edition worldwide. The book, Planet Hope by Ana Cristiana, is a free addition with love from the author for each blanket purchased. 

Runway Baby Organics


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