Perfect for first steps, Sun & Lace’s handcrafted leather moccs, mary janes, bella janes, boots and oxfords are made by the brand’s founder, Briana Raday, during her sons’ naps. Briana named Sun & Lace after the sunny fields of Queen Anne’s Lace, a late-summer blooming wildflower, near her house.
Made in a family-owned factory, Nestig’s convertible cribs — which grow with your little human through toddlerhood — and spilt-milk-proof, machine-washable rugs are handcrafted by artisans in Brazil.
Tubby Todd’s gorgeous hair and body wash, sudsy stick, fragrance-free all over ointment, everyday lotion and dream cream are made from ingredients the brand writes about.
Never dyed and made with harvested rainwater in factories powered by wind, Blaynk’s crib sheets, swaddles, burp cloths and bibs are as organic as organic crib sheets, swaddles, burp cloths and bibs get.
Knotbaby does knot play around. The headwraps are handmade by a village of mamas in California, and the onesies, swaddles and knotted bottom sleepers, by local manufacturers that uphold families in the community.
Named after the owner and designer Kim’s childhood nickname and character in her favorite book, Willaby is known for its 100% GOTS-certified organic gauze blankets, swaddles, linens and hooded towels. The brand also incorporates fabric scraps into handwoven rugs.
Loved by Elsa Holsk, TØY was founded with the intention of mixing minimalistic Scandinavian design and organic fabrics as a means to create gender-neutral clothing that benefits the planet.
Meaning “sanctuary” in the local language, Nivas was ideated by a Nepali woman born and raised in the heart of Kathmandu. The crib mobiles are handmade by artisan women in Kathmandu using wool, soap and water and are biodegradable. Before and after mid-day tea breaks, the makers perfect their craft and knit cashmere blankets and booties.