New York International Gift Fair: Part Two

I am having a lot of fun sorting through my finds from last weekend’s New York International Gift Fair. Here are photos from more of my favorite booths:

I had the pleasure of meeting Julie Klear, the founder of Zid Zid, a rising star in the kids’ design world, with products designed and manufactured in Morrocco. Inside those fantastic elephant bookends is The Butter Man, a new book that Julie has illustrated.


Los-Angeles based design firm notNeutral never ceases to amaze me with their cool, design-inspired lifestyle products. Remember the wall decals I posted about this week? Here they are applied to furniture- fantastic! And how about those fantastic city plates?





I can always count on Fred & Friends for laugh-out-loud funny (yet entirely practical) home and kids’ products. Love the “Xposed Xray” handbag, and the “yellow pages” booster seat!



I met the folks over at Dante Beatrix, who generously sponsored one of our blogiversary giveaways. They have these great kids’ backpacks, plus, just about the cutest doggy-carrier I’ve ever seen (and I’m not even an animal lover).


I saw this modern kids’ bedding by Bodalee in person for the first time and, wow, does it look cool. A really great modern choice for the elementary-age set (or older). I like the “space” design (middle bed) best.



More to come from NYIGF!

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One Response to New York International Gift Fair: Part Two

  1. PS says:

    I’m am so glad I did not know about this when I lived out there. I would have been BROKE! Such cute stuff in all the photos!! Thanks for posting…So, what did you buy?!

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