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The Cat's Tail Releases Spring '07 Kids Line: Celebrities To Go Ga-Ga!

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snipshot_9g9i6dkok1w.jpgThe other day, I received an email from UK clothing company, By Nature for “The Cat’s Tail” Kids Spring 2007 Line. My predictions: We’re going to see a lot of celebrity babies wearing these outfits this year; and for good reason!

The Cat’s Tail clothing line is made from 100% organic cotton (tested for banned chemicals such as formaldehyde, nickel, pesticides and heavy metals.), fairly traded, and made in countries according to ‘Social Accountability 8000’ certification. In other words, employees have clean working conditions, medical insurance, fair pay, and access to doctors and a pharmacy at any time. You can feel good that the clothing you purchase through them is helping the environment, as well as providing a sustainable income to needy families. For each collection, “The Cat’s Tail” also sends a bevy of baby clothes to charities that provide essential assistance to homeless mothers.

Of course, the environment is not the only thing that will make parents flock for these designs: the clothing looks incredibly cute as well. There’s some organic goodness in there for baby Shiloh and Apple, some manly dinosaur outfits for Maddox, and a host of other cool outfits.

You can browse through “The Cat’s Tail” lineup over at ByNature.co.uk. They also have some pretty cool eco clothing for adults.

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