International Children’s Day @ Petit Bateau

Mark you calendar’s for International Children’s Day this coming November 20th (Friday). I’m giving you TWO week’s notice, that’s plenty of time to block off the day for some family fun:)

“Children’s Day celebrates the international protection of children around the world and designer French children’s wear brand Petit Bateau will be showing its full support through various family-friendly happenings in-store.”

The ever so charming brand Petit Bateau have some exciting activities instore for the kids and it’s totally complimentary. The Children’s Day celebration will be taking place at their three Petit Bateau stores in UAE: The Dubai Mall, Mall of the Emirates & Yas Mall. Think sand art, t-shirt painting and a “spin to win” wheel of prizes (movie tickets, candy boxes and shopping vouchers). This will be going on ALL day 🙂


On a side note, I attended a media breakfast this past week with some influential women & some of my fav UAE bloggers. We had a mean breakfast at La Serre in Downtown Dubai. If you haven’t been, you MUST check it out. Divine food! Besides the delicious food, we were able to view the new AW15 collection from Petit Bateau. If I could, I would snap up one of each! They are just oh-so-soft and fantastic quality (lovely cotton). I remember dressing Nate in the most scrumptious onesies after he was born. They were always the perfect fit, and made him all snug as a bug. Ruby wore cotton dresses and shorts during our hot UAE summers. PB has been a staple in my kids’ wardrobe from birth.


“The Petit Bateau AW15 collection this season shakes things up as French designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac visits his colourful, whimsical style on iconic Petit Bateau pieces. This kind of poetic reinterpretations is an art-designer who is constantly renewing his style and passion for colour. Reimagining Petit Bateau’s wardrobe and its nautical themes has been a fun cruise. In his talented hands the brand’s iconic pieces change to take on a new meaning. The classic raincoat becomes a poncho and its hood a hat. The traditional mariner goes “pop” with shoulder pads in bright patent yellow or red canvas fabric.”

See you on November 20th! I will be stopping by the Dubai Mall location, if you see me don’t forget to say hi 🙂 xox

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