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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

bunny & hare

Custom designed clothing for girls that gives them a voice through style.

“Style is the narrator for fashion,” Gabrielle Lewis, co-owner of bunny & hare, tells visitors to her website. “The guide to style starts with you. You are strong! You are courageous! You are innovative! You are beautiful! You have a Voice!”

Ready for something different, unique and original?

Inspired by the world of fiction, fantasy and international fashion, bunny & hare is a luxury high-fashion collection of one-of-kind custom designs for girls. Designed and made in Japan, Gabrielle and her husband want to bring hope to the next generation by giving children a voice through style.

“Custom made design give people infinite possibilities to create the perfect fit,” Gabrielle says on Instagram. “Our designs are custom made to your child’s size.”

In 2006, Gabrielle and her husband started the bunny & hare brand in Tokyo, Japan. Inspired by their love for “Tokyo Fashion,” they designed and produced their first collection in Los Angeles, California. In 2017, children’s retailers were introduced to the brand at trade shows in Vegas and New York. Since then, the team has expanded their company to include a sister brand, b&h by bunny & hare. Designed for girls, these timeless, classy pieces are stylish and unique, to make great memories during the holiday season.

They tell me bunny & hare is ready to inspire, change and rock the fashion world, staying innovative and creative by the uniqueness and originality of their designs. Go for it!



from Children's Retail Today https://childrensretailtoday.com/2018/10/10/bunny-hare/
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