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6 at Spring St.; 6, J, N, Q, R, Z to Canal St.
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The private family club Citibabes caters to Manhattan’s well-to-do with a café, spa, adult gym, playground, and children’s classes, so it’s no wonder the club’s store serves up a well-edited selection of pint-size luxury goods. Casual apparel options include skinny-fit denim by Imps & Elfs and Neige, Okkies waffle shirts, camo-printed pajama bottoms, and Tiny Revolutionary organic cotton tees with inspirational quotes like, “I’ll Change Earth Someday.” For dressier occasions, there are tuxedo shirts by Simple Kids, sophisticated dresses by British designer Amaia, navy jacquard puff-sleeve boleros by Kico Kids, BabySuSu cashmere V-necks in a mature palette, and cashmere crewnecks printed with a giant bunny face by “It” designer Alexander Wang. There are also a few racks of accessories like baby-seat covers, lotions and soaps, and educational toys (think volcano kits, books, tub games, art supplies, and board games like Sequence).Sales
Seasonal, up to 50% off
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