Making children dress up can help discourage them from jumping into fountains, which is dangerous, a crime, and an insult to whoever that statue of a man on a horse is. Clothe a kid with this Groupon.
$25 for $50 Worth of Kids’ Apparel, Toys, and Accessories
Girls sport duds by Hannah Banana ($40–$72) and Persnickety ($42–$66), whereas boys dress up in a Cut by 2 blondes shirt ($60). Patrons can also peruse baby products by Noodle & Boo ($12–$20) and aden & anais ($12–$44).
Bold, black lines splice Uptown Kids’ showroom into tidy planes. Amid this minimalist backdrop, the collection of colorful kids’ clothing practically vibrates. Designed by Rand Elliott of Elliott & Associates, the showroom reflects owner Carolyn Goldman's philosophy that clothing is like artwork and deserves a space that showcases it. This unique approach to fashion earned Uptown Kids a spot on the cover of Interior Design, as well as a slew of other positive press. In keeping with her philosophy, Ms. Goldman carefully selects bold, unique pieces by designer brands such as Little Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, and Diesel. The store also houses a collection of designer toys and accessories by P’kolino and Popochos to keep toddlers occupied and looking sharp during upcoming job interviews.
As parents explore the showroom, children can watch movies or tinker with toys in a spacious, transparent playroom. Additionally, the store hosts various kid-friendly events such as plays, concerts, and fashion shows.