Englewood Cliffs, NJ (PRWEB) September 19, 2005
Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese philosophy of environmental energy, has inspired an original new line of clothing for infants and toddlers, Baby Isis (http://www.babyisis.com). According to designer Aimee Ng-Gotlib, a Hong Kong native who grew up understanding the influences of geographical elements, clothing created from the Feng Shui principles of harmony can uplift the spirits of those who wear or even look at it. It can also promote both good relationships and attract good fortune.
The Baby Isis collection, named after Ng-Gotlib's 2Â½-year-old daughter Isis Jade, in turn named after the Egyptian goddess of love, offers 17 different fabrics with colors derived from Chinese culture. These range from Aquamarine Baby Cords (for inspiration and self- expression) to Baby Moo (patterned after the Ox for stability). ÂThe clothing is tailored to bring spirituality and a positive force to both children and the family,Â says Ng-Gotlib. ÂThe designs are fun, cool and timeless, yet comfortable enough to wear every day. Baby Isis will be irresistible to trend setting parents and their kids.Â
Some years after she moved to New York City in 1980, Aimee Ng-Gotlib became an actress. Having a child brought her back to her ethnic heritage, which included a grandfather who dreamed of selling Asian apparel to the west. ÂWith Baby Isis, now that dream is reality,Â she says.
Baby Isis, believed to be the first line of children's clothing inspired by Feng Shui, is manufactured in the USA. Prices range from $35 to $48, and sizes fit children from 3 months to 4 years old. Coming in a few months will be Chinese horoscope designs hand painted on Onesies and Tees, says Ng-Gotlib, along with baby quilts in early spring of 2006.
To learn more about the Baby Isis collection or to place an order, anyone can visit http://www.babyisis.com.
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