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Our Dedicated Dressmakers

Hello everyone! We'd like to share a bit about our wonderful team and our process. Our team is made up of a mix of experienced tailors, young trainees, and Linh, our “demanding” designer. Hảo receives the first cut from Linh and translates them into proper paper cuts. She also oversees our operations and technical matters, ensuring that our process for making dresses is streamlined and efficient. Hiền, our team leader since 5 years, pays close attention to details, contributes to sewing solutions as needed, and conducts quality checks. Hương and Nhàn work hand in hand to digitalize all paper prototypes, grade patterns, and cut fabric (with Linh behind their backs to ensure dresses of the same size will have the...

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Celebrating the Unique Talents of Our Kids

 Playing & dancing is a wonderful way for kids to express themselves and have fun. It is truly a joyful experience for them.  As parents, it's important to not only nurture and encourage our children's love of playing but also value and treasure their unique talents and abilities, which can lead to a lifetime of joy and fulfillment. Children who love dancing often love to dress up and play too. Dressing up in costumes or fun outfits can add an extra element of joy and creativity. Encourage your little one to express their individuality by experimenting with different styles and colors. You can also create a dress-up box filled with fun accessories like hats, wigs, and jewelry, that your...

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DIY T-shirts for your kids' creativity

DIY tees are an excellent activity for creative kids, allowing them to express their imagination and creativity while also developing their motor skills and dexterity. With our DIY Color-it-ful T-shirts, children can choose from our wide range of designs, from wild animals to something closer to home like Sunset on Bishan-AMK Park or The Giant Panda Family. Take the knitted cotton as a new experimental canvas, the experience of controlling markers and paint may feel very different compared to drawing on paper. First of all, it is wearable! And then, using ultra washable markers help children redo their coloring and try out new drawings or styles for as many times as they wish to. Through art, we learn about ourselves,...

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