Estella Baby Clothes & Unique Kids Clothes Offers Recession-Conscious Children's Holiday Gifts

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Proceeds of Estella's designer children's clothes & baby clothes help fight malnutrition in over 40 countries worldwide.

Estella, a leading retailer of luxury baby clothes, designer children's clothes and unique kids clothes, announces the launch of its recession-conscious 2008 children's holiday gift guide. Estella has compiled a list of baby and kids gifts that are cost-effective, unique, eco-friendly and benefit the less fortunate when purchased.

Leading the way are Estella's hand-crocheted baby toys: the diaper gang rattles. For holiday 2008, Estella is launching this collection of baby animals. There is a goat, a duck, a moose, and a kitty cat, and all the babies are dressed in nothing but their little diaper. Designed by Estella and hand-made by impoverished Peruvian artisans living in remote villages, these animals retail for an affordable $38 and make for unique holiday gifts.

For those seeking eco-friendly children's gifts, Estella has a solar-powered helicopter. Retailing at $28 and made of birch wood and lead-free paint, this is a great gift that introduces kids to alternative energy. Other eco-friendly gifts include Estella's organic baby clothing. Made from organic cottons, earth-friendly synthetics and organic alpaca yarn, their collection of organic children's clothing is not just made to be earth friendly, but they are also attractive. With some designed and made in Denmark, all of these items are stylish, well designed and well made. Ranging from $38 onesies to $125 cardigans, these items cater to mother earth.

These and all products sold by Estella this holiday season benefit the needy through Estella's partnership with Action Against Hunger, a charity devoted to fighting hunger in more than 40 countries. For any purchase made from Estella this holiday season, the retailer of contemporary fashions designed for children, will donate one Plumpy'Nut to a child in need. Featured on CBS's 60 minutes and other prominent media, Plumpy'nut is a prepackaged, easy to administer peanut butter based concoction that helps severely malnourished children (6 months to 5 years old) recover from starvation.

"The holidays are a time to think of other people, other than being more budget conscious this holiday season will be no different. Recognizing this, we wanted to make sure that Estella offers unique baby and kids gifts that are well priced and that benefit the earth or the less fortunate," said founder Chike Chukwulozie. "Our hand-crocheted rattle toys, organic baby clothes and our partnership with Action Against Hunger and various charitable organizations allow us to compile this recession-conscious gift guide," added Mr. Chukwulozie.

With appearances in New York Magazine, Cookie Magazine, The New York Times, Elle Magazine, Dailycandy.com, CNN.com, Vogue, InStyle, NBC's Today Show, Town & Country, US Weekly and numerous other publications, blogs and web sites, Estella is the leader in baby clothes and designer kids clothes. For more information on Estella or to start shopping for unique baby clothes and kids clothes, please visit http://www.estella-nyc.com.

About Estella Renowned as the source for cutting-edge kids clothes, Estella has quietly established itself as the designer infant clothing shop that celebrities, stylists, royalty and those in the know look to when they want something fresh. Featuring distinctive and unique baby clothes and kids' clothes that are brought to life with modern designs, incredible detail, unusual colors and sumptuous fabrics, Estella's innovative approach offers gorgeous items selected for beauty and character. Founded in 2002, Estella is privately held and headquartered in New York, NY. For more information about Estella, please visit the company's web site at http://www.estella-nyc.com.

Press Contact Chike Chukwulozie Founder 877.755.3553 contact @ estella-nyc.com

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