新春快樂! In traditional Mandarin Chinese, that means Happy New Year! Based on the traditional Chinese lunisolar calendar, many East Asian countries celebrate the Lunar New Year occurring in late January or early February, including but not limited to China, Japan, North and South Korea, and Vietnam. As it was once believed that the color red could scare away bad fortune, it is typical to wear red clothing or bright colors during the Lunar New Year. Staying true to our belief that there is always something worth celebrating, we wanted to share our recommendations for ringing in upcoming festivities in our best and brightest!
Last Thursday, November 17th, we had the unique pleasure of opening our newest flagship store in Paris, located on Place des Victoires 9. The special event was hosted in collaboration with Paris Tout P’tits, a non-profit organization founded in 1992 with the mission of helping to meet the needs of babies born into impoverished families in Paris.