Scooter recently tracked down New York City-based mom and children’s luxury lifestyle designer Bonnie Young for a little Q&A on her the story of her brand and how she raises her two kids (Celia and Brando). Founded in September 2006 while Ms. Young worked as Senior Creative Director for Donna Karan Collection, her namesake label offers fanciful fashion and lifestyle products for children ages 0-16.
Now, with a freestanding boutique in Aspen and a retail presence at Harvey Nichols, Bon Marché and boutiques around the globe in posh cities like Milan, London, Paris, and Dubai, the Bonnie Young label has attracted an A-list clientele including Julianne Moore Kate Hudson, Dakota Fanning, Rachel Weisz, Angie Harmon, Courtney Cox, and Goldie Hawn.
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Scooter found out about mom-designer Kimberly Goodwin and her two-year old children’s fashion line, Snapping Turtle Kids, through a friend. Ms. Goodwin, who developed the idea for her brand while preparing for a beach day in Nantucket with her daughter Reese, saw the need for a chic, fuss-free bathing suit that snapped on. Read More
Son Jung Wan creates chic, feminine designs for bold urbane women, available on racks in over 40 high-end boutiques worldwide. We tracked down this busy fashion maven, the proud mother of 13-year-old David Kim, to explore how she balances parenting a teenager with a crazy workload and travel schedule that has her bouncing between Seoul and New York City (and sometimes Paris). We also wanted to know where she and David spend time in the city. Read More