Hello Mum launch
New baby brand Hello Mum will showcase its gift-led offer at this season’s Bubble.
By Laura Turner
16 January 2017
Launching at this month’s edition of kids’ trade show Bubble London is Hello Mum
, a new brand of baby clothing founded by London based mother and daughter team, Ann and Jane Armstrong.
Made in Britain by a responsible and ethical manufacturer, the Hello Mum range is designed to be stylish, comfortable and practical. Available to suit both boys and girls aged 0-3 months, items can be bought separately or as a complete set presented in a bespoke gift box with a unique “letter from baby to mum”.
Hello Mum is also amongst this season’s Rising Star
finalists. Rising Star is a competition run by Bubble London to provide first-time exhibitors with a unique springboard; a chance raise their profiles, engage with retailers and gain invaluable feedback. A panel of industry experts will judge the finalists on everything from strength of branding to commercial viability, with the winner – to be announced on Sunday 29 January - receiving a free stand at the show’s next edition.
The remaining Rising Star finalists for a/w 17 are Goganga, The Great British Baby Company, Hannah & Tiff, IKKI (Small But Brave), Love & Honor, Motherlylove, Tioom et Mère and Two Little Magpies.
Bubble London takes place on 29-30 January at the Business Design Centre, Islington. For more information on the show visit bubblelondon.com
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