Cool Kids and Tweens Izzie Story Cashmere Collections are Launching for Holiday 2011

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Moms and kids alike will look super chic for the holidays in our new cashmere and cotton knits. Young kids will be thrilled to wear on-trend sweaters that match with mom, while tween fashionistas will love tunics that they can dress up in December and dress down later on for school.

Wouldn’t you rather see your child in a cute sweater than the usual sloppy sweatshirt? Isadora Story is launching mini children’s and tweens collections under the label izzie story for Holiday 2011.

The elegant kid’s collection is made in cashmere blends or cozy cotton, and many designs match with mom. Shapes are updated classics such as cardigans with runway-inspired white collars. Sailor themes abound; while mom wears a cotton tunic, her little ones can sport coordinating striped sweaters.

Most styles work for holiday parties when paired with skirts or trousers, but also look adorable with jeans. Lastly, this luxurious line won’t break the bank since prices start at $49.

izzie story tweens is a knitwear collection created especially for 11 - 14 year old fashionistas. Fun, hip dresses and tunics are easy to style and can be dressed down with leggings and boots, or made more elegant with flats and tights. Since one size fits most, girls can toss on an izzie story tunic and be good to go!

Lastly, Isadora Story donates a portion of the proceeds of the izzie story line to girl’s charities across the country to promote the inner beauty of all American girls.

Both izzie story and Isadora Story are designed by Tanya Traykovski who has many years of experience in the fashion industry including positions at Barneys New York and Glamour Magazine.

Her knockout knits are sold in specialty stores worldwide and in her brand new on-line store at Isadora Story also participates in Trunk Shows nationwide. Come see the collection in person on December 6th from 8AM to 5PM at the Nightingale-Bamford School at 20 East 92nd Street in New York City.


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