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|Baby - Louis Bee|
Louis Bee15 Waite Davies Road
0843 289 2589
Louis Bee - the online boutique bringing you the best ethically sourced Fairtrade and organic baby clothing from around the world.
Our son Louis was born just before Christmas 2009. We wanted to ensure that the clothes we bought him were ethically sourced, but getting to grips with nappies and night feeds left little time for negotiating the ethical fashion maze!
We felt there was a real need for a single store with a varied range of good quality, great looking and fairly priced baby clothes that were produced with respect for the environment and the people who made them.
There are some great designers around the world who produce wonderful collections while showing as much respect for people and planet as for their profit margin. We were so inspired by the beautiful clothes we discovered that we decided to open a boutique offering a selection of the best ethically sourced babywear on the planet.
All our garments are made from organic cotton or other sustainable fabrics which have a reduced impact on the environment. But as recent campaigning by organisations such as War On Want and Labour Behind The Label has highlighted, being organic is not enough. Our suppliers are committed to ensuring that cloth and garment workers are treated in line with recognised international standards. Information on materials used and supply chain standards is given for all our products.
Finally, having struggled with vests that won't go over baby's head, buttons that take hours to undo and uncomfortable, scratchy denim, we have ensured that our pieces are all easy to get in and out of and comfortable for your little one to wear.
Creation date : 28/03/2011 @ 10:16
Last update : 28/03/2011 @ 10:16
Category : Baby
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