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One of kind Children's Luxury boutique at Bergdorf Goodman!

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One of kind Children's Luxury boutique at Bergdorf Goodman!

Bergdorf Goodman is one of my favorite luxury goods department stores in New York City. As a designer and founder of Gia John Cashmere, it’s a great privilege and advantage for a creative professional, like myself, to be living in close proximity to such a store. It’s an amazing source of inspiration! I often think of Bergdorf Goodman as a museum of fashion, where exhibitions (in this case, designer collections and window displays) are changed seasonally, giving me the opportunity to observe the work of the greatest designers of our time. It’s not only the assortment selection that sets Bergdorf Goodman...

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Meet our Happy costumers!

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Meet our Happy costumers!

                                     Thank you! Thank you to all our parents! for sending us photos of your precious babies in our outfits made with love for your little darlings! We appreciate all of your support and love for our brand. Please keep the photos and reviews coming! xo xo, Gia John :)                                                                    ...

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Mini Me Collection Spring / Summer 2017 by Sonia Rykiel

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Mini Me Collection Spring / Summer 2017 by Sonia Rykiel

The Enfant Rykiel Mini Me Collection   Ever since 1983, the Enfant Rykiel label has consistently made practical and well-made knitwear available for the children of women who enjoy wearing the similar garments that make up the Sonia Rykiel women's wear collections.The French fashion icon Sonia Rykiel burst onto the Parisian scene in 1962, initially with her iconoclastic "poor boy" sweater. With its stripes, colors, and trademark knit style with its game-changing backward stitch, Rykiel's poor boy transformed the knitted sweater from purely utilitarian and grandmotherly garb into a sleek and stylish top for the every woman. This sweater unexpectedly...

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