- The ABC Kids Expo is almost like Fashion Week for cloth diapers! All of the popular brands revealed their newest and trendiest cloth diapers, prints, and accessories. Charlie Banana was by far the trendiest kid on the block (the expo block that is) as they revealed their new Fashion Collection designed by artist Matthew Langille.
Now I’m sadly not up on my fashion so I had to do a little Googling to find out more about Matthew (I’m such a lame mom) but what I found was pretty exciting. It seems like Matthew has worked with popular brands like Swatch and Marc Jacobs with his artistic creations. With the birth of his son just a few weeks ago it only seems fitting that he enters into the realm of baby products.
Matthews’ designs can now be spotted on the hippest babies bums on the planet because they are the inspiration for the new Charlie Banana Fashion Collection of cloth diapers, swim diapers, and training pants.
Here is a sneak peek at the Matthew Langille inspired prints – perfect for a girl or a boy.
Which one is your favorite? I love them all but Cutie is a personal favorite.
What else is new with Charlie Banana? What you may notice from the pictures above is that there are no rise snaps on the outside of this diaper. Rest assured it is a one-sized diaper. The rise adjustments are on the inside of the diaper and have a bra-strap like adjustment that makes finding the perfect fit for your little one incredibly simple.
GIVEAWAY: Would you like to win one of these fashionable diapers for your little super model?
TWITTER PARTY ANNOUNCEMENT: Join us Tuesday, October 11th at 9pm ET for a Twitter Party with @CharlieBanana, @Charliesoap3, and special guest @MatthewLangille. For prizes and information on registering please visit: http://bit.ly/oNRb94
Disclosure: This giveaway is sponsored by Charlie Banana. One of the new Fashion Collection diapers was received for review but the opinions represented in this post are my own.
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