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Soleil Moon Frye Launches Eco-Baby Clothing Line

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Soleil Moon Frye, previously famous for her role as Punky Brewster on the 80’s sitcom, is expanding the scope of her green baby empire with the launch of a new eco-clothing line for tots.

The new threads will carry the same name as her green baby shop in Los Angeles, The Little Seed. Moon and her business partner Paige Goldberg Tolmach decided to create the new line after having trouble figuring out what to put on their kids. “Both our kids had allergies, and we wanted to create an eco-alternative that they could wear that would be incredible, it would be colorful,” she told The Insider. “We wanted to kind of spin the concept of organic upside down and really create something that was vibrant and beautiful and colorful and filled with life, and happy and cheerful. From beginning to end it’s been the most amazing process.”

Among the celebrities in attendance at Moon’s launch for the clothing line were Ashton Kutcher and wife Demi Moore. Look for the new Little Seed eco-clothing to hit the site soon.

Photo credit: The Little Seed blog

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