Canadian singer and music icon Celine Dion recently launched a new collaboration with Tel Aviv-based, international children’s clothing brand Nununu for a new collection of gender-neutral garments for kids, from infants to teens. The line is called Célinununu and is sold online, while the Nununu brand has been available for years in prominent US stores such as Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Nununu, borrowed from a phrase Hebrew-speaking parents use to convey displeasure or disapproval to young children, was founded in 2009 by Tali Milchberg, a mother of two and one of Israel’s top stylists according to the company, and Iris Adler, also mother of two and a former art director. Together, they sought to create kids’ clothes “that broke stereotypes and dodged accepted norms.” Steps away from the often binary pink-and-blue garments, shoes, and accessories that are so ubiquitous.
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