cote kids: a holiday guide
this week for jamie's picks, we focus on the young one as we continue further into the holiday season... we're talking about côte kids!  
"being a new parent definitely makes you grow up overnight, but it also gives me a new appreciation for buying retail for kids and staying young! i've scoured the globe and found some amazing gifts for kids of all ages that are easy to enjoy and easy to pack!"
this week's picks is a fun mix of accessories and toys!

mokutobi is a great company based out of los angeles, california that develop products from scratch with a high focus on “functionality and ultimate radness.” mokuyobi or 木曜日 (もくようび) means thursday in japanese, a name they chose because they consider it the best day of the week.  

“at côte, we love creativity and love working with brands that really explore the creative side of product development with an emphasis on fun, functionality, and quality. all their products are made in the USA and are guaranteed for a lifetime from any manufacturers defects! “

maileg was started by danish founder, dorthe mall, and her husband erik with a goal to produce whimsical toys that capture the hearts of children around the world. the pure inventiveness of each piece truly resonated with the côte brand.  their pieces are sold throughout europe and the US. 

meri meri began in los angeles in 1985 . . . meredithe (who's childhood nickname was meri meri) got her start by sitting at her kitchen table with some scissors and pens, and a big pot of glitter. the company has grown to what we see now, and produces bags, pouches, pens, and jewelry.

“i love how simply this brand started and how they’ve remained very much in touch with their identity which can be seen in their products.”

each piece is crafted by hand by the designer courtney weil and her husband, so you know each piece is made with love.

"it's a great way to customize jewelry with hand made designs that are clean, minimalistic, and fun."
*only california is available for purchase*

November 10, 2016 by cale jones