Round Rock, TX (PRWEB) February 11, 2011
The Tangerine Tree, a new organic clothing line for children, has launched its inaugural Summer 2011 collection and will be available through select retailers across the U.S.
The tangerine color is the inspiration for the name of the line, The Tangerine Tree, which represents the vibrant colors used in the collection! The use of the tree indicates something that is organic, eco-friendly, and overall good for the earth. The logo itself is a very simple design, something that a child could draw! In essence the name and logo speak for what the line represents - fun, colorful, simple, eco friendly clothes for infants and toddlers!
The Summer 2011 collection is made of organic cotton knits to stress comfort, as the fabric’s hand is extremely soft to the skin, and features vibrant colors and images. The apparel is manufactured in a GOTS certified unit in India. In keeping with the ecologically responsible ethos embodied by organic clothing, the manufacturing unit also follows socially responsible practices: no child labor, clean working conditions and minimum wages.
Eco-friendly dyes and screenprinting methods are used for production of this line. Parents want what is best for their child while doing what's right for the world.
The Tangerine Tree's designs were conceptualized in the U.S. and overseen by Julia Szkiba O'Connor, a designer from Las Vegas with over 15 years of experience designing clothing for children.
The Summer 2011 collection features t-shirts, shirts, skirts, dresses and rompers for boys and girls, ranging from ages 0 to 4 years. We are currently working on our Fall/Winter 2011/12 collection and we will be adding organic cotton wovens and denims to our collection.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release, contact Shefali Shirhatti at Shefali@thetangerinetree.com or call at 512-632-8883.
About Tangerine Tree, Inc.:
Tangerine Tree is a new company that offers organic clothing for infants and toddlers with sweet and fun characters. For more information, please visit http://www.thetangerinetree.com