Meet the Creators with Gary Osborne: Episode 1 – Kallio

Meet the Creators with Gary Osborne, Child Style Expert & Founder of Oliver & Adelaide, Exquisitely American-Made for Children

Children’s products are especially inspiring to me when I have I personally met the designer or artist who has hand crafted each piece. I appreciate the value and love that they inject into each stitch in the clothes or through hand embroidering a face on a doll. As parents, we know that everything ultimately ends up in your child’s mouth. So why not know who made it and where it was made? This propelled me into the journey of stepping into the studios of these very talented folks who make some of the best baby items out there and to let parents know who they are.

Episode #1 – Children’s Clothing Designer based in Brooklyn, New York – Kallio

Check out Oliver & Adelaide’s top pick from Kallio: the Meadow Dress Set.

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Gary Osborne, founder and creative director of Oliver & Adelaide is a leading online purveyor of personalized luxury American-made clothing, toys, furnishings & decor for babies and toddlers. The shop features over 100 hand-crafted American-made baby and toddler gifts perfect for the new mom looking for the unique Baby Shower Registry. In addition, Oliver & Adelaide assembles the most exquisite luxury Baby Gift Packages that cannot be found anywhere else. Soon after he and his partner had their two children, Gary became an art educator specializing in childhood development. Now, his children, Oliver & Adelaide, are his inspiration for giving other parents the gift of beautifying their baby’s world with the only the best. Previously, Gary worked for more than a decade as a fashion designer in New York City.

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