baby­cot­tons launches new win­ter col­lec­tion in Kuwait

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

baby­cot­tons, a chil­dren's cloth­ing brand de­vel­oped to dress ba­bies us­ing the finest cot­ton in the world, has launched its new Win­ter 2016 col­lec­tion across its stores in Kuwait. The new col­lec­tion fea­tures win­ter de­signs and warmer fab­rics for the colder sea­son. baby­cot­tons, which has stores through­out Amer­ica, fo­cuses on us­ing pre­mium pima cot­ton in their gar­ments and ac­ces­sories. The lat­est launch in­cludes themes such as Rufus, win­ter­time, Juli­ette, play­time, yoko and my lit­tle friend for both boys and girls from new­born up to six years old.

"Each sea­son we wel­come new and ex­cit­ing cloth­ing in our Kuwait stores, pre­sent­ing our cus­tomers with the finest cot­tons from Peru. I am ex­cited to in­tro­duce the new Win­ter 2016/17 col­lec­tion which in­cludes some great pieces that look great and pro­vide com­fort for chil­dren of all ages," said Dima Nu­seibah, the Op­er­a­tions Man­ager of baby­cot­tons in Kuwait. "Our com­mit­ment to only us­ing the best cot­ton from Peru en­sures that par­ents can rely upon our qual­ity, dura­bil­ity and com­fort when dress­ing their child."

Po­si­tioned within the af­ford­able but high qual­ity seg­ment of chil­dren's clothes, baby­cot­tons of­fers cloth­ing, ac­ces­sories, shoes and per­fumery items for new­born from size six for both girls and boys. The key dif­fer­en­tia­tor of baby­cot­tons' is the pre­mium pima cot­ton, which is found only in Peru, be­ing used in its cloth­ing line. Pima cot­ton is very soft and safe to use es­pe­cially on sen­si­tive new­born chil­dren up to the age of six years. Hav­ing first launched in the Mid­dle East in 2013, with the open­ing of its store at The Av­enues Mall, baby­cot­tons opened its sec­ond store at the Prom­e­nade in 2015. Cus­tomers can call each of the stores di­rectly to find out more about the cur­rent avail­abil­ity on 22200848 for The Av­enues Mall, and 22251299 for the Prom­e­nade, or visit baby­cot­ for more in­for­ma­tion.

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