Rise Little Earthling exclusively launches at Toys 'R' Us, delivering thoughtfully designed clothing for children. The name of the brand honors its ethos to create positive messages and better practices. The products are all organically made and use thoughtfully sourced materials as a dedication to a better future.
Joe Mimran is the creative mind behind the designs, inspiring children through well-made products and thoughtful perspectives. The clothing runs from sizes 0-6, all of which are easy to care for and soft to the touch. 'Rise Monsters' bring a playful touch to the brand as well, as 'Cosmo, Chantelle, Moonie, Gogg, Sydney, Cat, and Sunny' each embody their own encouraging message. To name a few, Cosmo is he/him dreamer with the message "my dreams will shape the universe" and Sydney is they/them celebrator of differences with the message "be true to yourself."
Image Credit: Rise Little Earthling, Toys 'R' Us
Rise Little Earthling is Exclusively Available at Toys "R" Us
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