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May 28th, 2015

Lil Zippers New AW15 Fashion : 15% Off Storewide*

Easy wearing, super comfy clothing that looks gorgeous is exactly what every parent and little tike loves, and fabulous local brand L’il Zippers – lilzippers.com.au delightfully delivers with a superb collection of snazzy fashion for little misters and misses from birth to 24 months. Created by mum and designer Lisa Vitale,  the cotton growsuits, playsuits, jackets, […]

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May 27th, 2015

Zazzi : Snazzy Girls and Boys Global Fashion – Up to 50% Off Sale, EXTRA 50% Discount For KSF Readers + Free Post Offer

Snazzy boys and girls fashion boutique Zazzi – zazzi.com.au specialises in stylish, globally sourced threads for kiddos that are not only funky and unique but super affordable too. Zazzi’s delightful collection of awesome, one-of-a-kind fashion is a style hit of smart and snazzy dresses, tops, pants and shoes that are totally wearable, playful and uniquely original […]

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May 27th, 2015

B. Toys : Helping Kids Discover The Everyday World

After decades of making toys family run Canadian toy brands DoodleDo and Battat teamed up to form B. Toys, a toy brand dedicated to creating intelligent and delightful toys that inspire individuality. The look, feel and function of B. Toys is inspired by the world around us: discovery and construction toys, phones, car steering wheels, pop-up play […]

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May 26th, 2015

Introducing Dream Lane Design : 15% Off On Trend Kids Decor, Art and Accessories

Need help creating a magically stylish haven for kiddos but not sure where to find all those gorgeous, modern decor items nor how to pull them all together? Luckily, help is at hand thanks to Martha Karas-Wright, Interior Designer and founder of Dream Lane Design – dreamlanedesign.com.au. With a fabulous eye for fun, on trend […]

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May 26th, 2015

Roominate Toys : Engineering Toys For Girls at Entropy Toys

US based Alice Brooks and Bettina Chen became friends while studying Master’s degrees in Engineering at Stanford University. In the US, less than 15% of women enter college intending to major in a STEM course (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), and as two of the few women in their field Alice and Bettina compared stories […]

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