Straightforward basics for girls and boys— full of items you won’t see on every other child at the playground, Anais & I’s designs are tested and approved by designer Jane D’Haene’s daughter, Anais.
Two designers (and natives of Japan) use everyday objects to tell stories and inspire brilliant whimsical jewelry and home accessories. A favorite of our children.
This aggregator specializes in child development—especially useful if you’re expecting.
Curious about what your ultra-chic friends are buying for their little ones? Enter Babyccino, a blog full of daily inspiration from three moms (and taste-makers) from London, Amsterdam and Paris. Blogging aside, the shopping section is a portal for fab finds from around the web.
A collection of prep-perfect childrenswear that focuses on wearability and classic design. Perfect for Baby through school-age children.
French design at its most exquisite, for everyday wear or special occasions. Especially beautiful liberty prints.
Founder Nadia Carriere keeps us informed on everything from celebrity news to the latest recall (and everything in between). A gold-mine of a resource for everything related to parenthood.
No surprises here, crewcuts is heaven for seasonal basic items. Besides the their private label fundamentals, JCrew’s “In Good Company” section is full of little gems that get our CC stamp of approval.
Probably our most essential site on the list, Diapers.com (and their all encompassing family of brands) delivers everything for your family—household cleaning supplies, baby basics, organic products…you name it!
Erin Gates, interior designer and stylist, serves up daily ideas for your home as well as your closet—with a great sense of humor.
Wonder where stylish mom’s from around the world shop, eat and play with their children? The site is a forum of well-known and every day chic mothers from London to Hong Kong from around the globe sharing their favorite places.
Taking the guesswork out of gear-shopping for your baby, Giggle’s highly-edited selection of the most useful (and innovative products) makes it an ideal venue for a shower registry
Gwyneth Paltrow’s eponymous lifestyle website puts you in the know on all things healthy, clean and chic living.
Designed and made in Brooklyn & NYC, Karina Kallio takes vintage fabrics and clothing and makes them chic again. Everything from chambray, pinstripes and flannel shirts are upcycled into dresses and shirts and pants for boys and girls alike.
An all-American girls’ collection with retro appeal, founded by a former Ralph Lauren designer (and mother of seven.)
Curated by former editor Marlien Rentmeester, LeCatch tops our list of daily blog reads. Marlien’s impeccable eye proves that looking chic doesn’t need to cost a lot of money.
Reminiscent of laid-back California Style, we look to Lindsey Berns’ collection for vintage-inspired pieces, essential for our oh-so-favorite boho looks.
A well-edited collection that crosses all categories—from unique toys to clothing and accessories. This inspired site, with items selected by founder Jenna Lonstein is a must visit for gifts and your own little ones.
Believing that a beautiful life begins with a beautiful home, designer Michelle Adams and photographer Patrick Cline founded Lonny to give readers a glimpse into the interiors of coveted homes and apartments, with ability to shop similar items.
The online home of the Soho boutique featuring modern Japanese clothing with beautiful prints and elegantly minimal design.
A playful-yet-haute take on classic European fashion from Crown Princess of Greece (and mother of five) Marie Chantal. A destination for everyday clothing as well as special occasion and wedding attire fit for a Royal.
This beautiful French label is exclusively designed and made in France. They are known for their simple yet sophisticated silhouettes with impeccable attention to detail and use of authentic Liberty of London prints and fine materials. We love this brands classic yet on-trend point of view as well as their accessible price point; the combination of all these qualities makes them a Chic Child favorite.
With an eye for beautiful and lesser-known children’s fashion brands, this site carries a carefully curated selection of clothing for hip boys and girls.
As the premiere childrenswear magazine from the emerging Australian market, Papier-Mache reads like a mini-Vogue.
Every français swears by this ubiquitous-in-Paris resource underpinnings and the best stripes around.
The online home of Stacey Fraser’s Amagansett boutique espouses a bohemian sensibility, with a wide selection of adorable ruffled diaper covers.
A UK mainstay, Rachel Riley is the epitome of vintage-style, hand-crafted clothing and footwear. If you visit their London locations be sure to pick up their covetable PJs… no longer available in the US.
Easy breezy block print clothing for mom and child alike. Rikshaw Design is a go-to for simple summer pieces with major style impact. We also love their nursery bedding to add a bit of unexpected style to any décor (and their play blanket is a must!).
A collection of clothing steeped in American tradition and produced in the USA. Our favorite items include the little girls liberty print dresses mixed with the organic cotton stripe knit—divine!
Love entertaining? This site delivers daily inspiration for everything from playdates to alfresco dinner parties. Shop directly from the site to complete any fete to ensure you are the ‘hostess with the mostess’.
Could this be one of the best ecommerce sites on the web? Based in France, it specializes in little fashion gems with big style impact. Expect to find not the best in European design, including hard-to-find brands and exclusives such as Isabel Marant’s children’s collection.
Its mission? To keep parents informed on everything from nutrition to fashion. A team of experts weighs in on every issue, and the weekly newsletters provide a quick digest of the news you need to know.
A sweetly simple collection for babies—using the most luxurious, eco-friendly fibers on the market.
The ethereal photography is enough to draw us into The Glow, but add compelling and insightful interviews with the featured mothers and we just can’t get enough of the fashionable lives, insider tips, even family recipes (plus, much of the content is shoppable.)
In addition to being a friend and CC contributor, Veronica Beard’s (sisters-in-law/dynamic designer duo) iconic blazers with zip in dickey launched the fashion brand into the halls of fashion fame. Most recently the recipient of a CFDA nomination, VB’s pieces are key in our closets each season.