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LA trendsetters have a chance to grab season's toddler fashions

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Mar '08
L.A. couture-centric, trendsetting moms want what is exclusive, scarce and hard-to-find. At Baby Celebration LA, Angelinos will get a chance to preview tomorrow's kid fashion trends from independent designers whose products and clothes are worn by the children of Victoria Beckham, Matt Damon, Katie Holmes, Angelina Jolie, Nicole Kidman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Britney Spears, Gwen Stefani, Julia Roberts, Naomi Watts and many others.

Baby Celebration LA will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center April 12 & 13, 2008 and is the largest, two-day boutique style showcase event of its kind previewing the latest fashions, products and services for expecting and new moms.

The event was created for moms who are looking to stay ahead of the curve and support independent, sweat shop free children's clothing manufacturers. Last year over 15,000 people attended Baby Celebration LA and this year attendance is expected to grow to 20,000.

“For infant and toddler fashions, the West coast has always been a hot bed of activity,” said Penny Domschot, co-producer of Baby Celebration LA. “Baby Celebration LA is an event where moms can discover a wide variety of new baby and toddler fashions without having to drive from boutique to boutique to do it.”

Some of the featured fashions that have adorned the children of celebrities include:

• SlickSugar: Edgy, hip apparel for kids who were born to rock.
• Snobby Babies: Tiny Couture fashions for chic and stylish babies.


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