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Florence Eiseman, the classic childrens clothing designer based in the USA, is a staple at ADRIANEAST.com. This famous kids clothes designer is also carried by Saks, Neiman Marcus and the finest boutiques in the U.S., Florence Eiseman is more than a “cute kids clothes” children’s brand; it is an institution. Started in 1945, this eponymous brand is known for simple cuts, classic styling and appliques of fish, flowers and trees. The Rockefellers, Fords and Kennedys have traditionally dressed their babies in Florence Eiseman’s designer baby clothes for girls and boys. Princesses Caroline and Stephanie wore Eiseman togs as toddlers. People magazine, which documented the famous brand and its well-known doyenne in a highly-regarded piece, both explained and immortalized Eiseman’s design philosophy. She scorned waistlines, noting with typical forthrightness, that “Little children don’t have waistlines. They have protruding tummies.” She also didn’t believe in the tacky trend of dressing little boys in miniature versions of their fathers, “The biggest mistake mothers make is to dress boys to look like little men. There is nothing worse, except possibly fur coats on little girls.”

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In February, we again underscore last month’s message about LESS really being more.

With Communion season in full swing, and customers already snatching up the new Easter styles that are arriving daily, we want to again emphasize the fact that little girls don’t NEED sparkles, layers of tulle and extravagant beading.

Keep it simple. Elegant. Refined. Lovely.

For Easter, smocking and tailored lines rule.

For communion, our classic styles are inspired by Audrey Hepburn and Grace Kelly.  Many of the styles designed by ADRIAN EAST herself.

If you haven’t already, check out one of Adrian’s favorite blogs about the subject .. “First Communion or First Wedding”.

....and follow us on Facebook if you agree that girls need to be little girls! 

....and take a look at a few of our private-label styles:

communion dresses