Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) May 4, 2006
La Bonne Vie Bebe has become the chic place to shop for those spoiled celebrity babies from coast to coast, and they've just added Dirty Laundry to the pile.
Susan Vaughn, owner of La Bonne Vie Bebe, receives email submissions all day long for representation in her boutique, and enjoys finding the designers and artisans that truly stand out as unique. Dirty Laundry is one of those designers who has taken the everyday t-shirt and turned it into a fun work of art. "We need more playwear in the boutique to balance the more formal collections that we currently carry," states Vaughn. "I was thrilled to receive a submission from Dirty Laundry, and look forward to stocking their designer page with their wonderful products."
Vaughn has taken her boutique and attempted to turn it into a visual work of art, pleasing to the senses. "It was important to me from the beginning to be more up-scale and interesting," says Vaughn. "It took time to add the music and decide how to showcase each designer and category to generate interest, but I think we've achieved our goals, and we continue to grow and improve our boutique for our customers."
La Bonne Vie Bebe originated from Vaughn's experience as a mother, and wanting to stay away from the mall, especially with a baby in tow. "We've all been to the mall a dozen times searching for baby gifts, baby clothes, and nursery furnishings. It is frustrating searching for that special outfit or gift with a baby and a toddler at your feet needing your constant attention," says Vaughn.
Vaughn hit the internet at a time when celebrities were having babies from New York to California. Since her launch she has become noticed by celebrity gift-givers on both coasts and is enjoying the attention of some of the most spoiled babies in America.
La Bonne Vie Bebe represents over 50 fine Designers and Artisans from around the world, and is proud to introduce Dirty Laundry to the boutique. Take a stroll online at http://www.labonneviebebe.com