The ’70s musical Hair inspires viewers in many ways, but it’s not every day that it inspires an entire footwear line. The show’s Flower Power, free-lovin’ ways did just that to Kickers’ founder Daniel Raufast, who created his collection of hippy-chic shoes in 1970. Though Raufast is now retired, his brand continues to produce sensible, well-made footwear for all ages, with an astounding amount of options for kids.
SPOILED!, a new e-retail destination that focuses on the resale of luxury fashion labels for children ages 0-14, is making a splash on the style radars of trendy New York parents on the hunt for Moschino, Gucci, Ralph Lauren and Oilily.
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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.
Here’s what we found out.