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Celebrity Babies Embrace Speesees Organic, Fair Trade Clothing

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We cover lots and lots of baby clothing here on ‘Razzi. It’s probably because this age group draws a fair amount of attention; and is one of the principal forces behind the growing popularity of organic cotton. After all, wouldn’t you want your baby to have the healthiest options?

Today, we found another great company called Speesees (it’s just fun to say..) that specializes directly in all-organic, fair trade & labor-friendly baby clothing. Hollywood famous such as Ani DiFranco, Jack Black, Elvis Costello, Courtney Cox, Heath Ledger, and a host of other have sought out their green garments. Their mission statement says it all,

“Our mission at speesees is to be fun, fair and organic in the products we make, the way we conduct business, and the baby steps we take towards creating a more sustainable future for the animal, plant and human speesees on our children’s planet.”

Sounds like a company with its heart in the right place. Their clothes are pretty cute as well. Hit the site and take a look!

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