Monday, July 21, 2008

Featured Designer: Micro Me

Skater turned Mommy, Natasha Levin, is the name behind the innovative and edgy clothing line called Micro Me (also known as M2). Prior to launching Micro Me Clothing, Natasha spent ten years as a graphic artist in the skate & snow industries working for top companies such as Vans, Burton, and Hurley. The birth of her son inspired Natasha to transition into designing skate influenced infant/toddler clothing, leading to the establishment of Micro Me in 2004.

Even though the line represents the skate/snow/punk-rock lifestyle – Micro Me has a conscience. The company’s tagline says it all “Core (But Never Crass) ‘Lil Threads for the Next Gen”. A big plus for parents who like their trendy core style – but don’t want the offensive phrases you see on many children’s tees and accessories today.

Little boys will go crazy over the pre-washed “Burnt” tees, which combine innovative artwork and soft comfortable fabrics – perfect for hot summer days! Our favorites at Baby Style Watch include the “Rock the Playground” and "Sacred Heart" tees. The tanks and "boop" skirts are for tough 'lil girlz who like to ride bikes & skateboard with her older brothers, but still be able to twirl around ....they're two parts tomboy, one part girlie girl!

Brooke Burke's daughter, Heaven Rain, was photographed wearing the popular "Babygirl Skull" dress this Spring. Now you can have the same looks celebrities love with Micro Me Clothing, available at many online retailers including Under My Umbrella, Rockin' Sprouts, and Little Cool Dudes.