Kandi Burruss, "Raising Ace" Childrens Clothing Line.
Thank you Mom.Me for inviting me to preview Kandi Burruss new childrens clothing line Raising Ace. Some of you know Kandi from Real Housewives of Atlanta, I know Kandi when she was in the group Xscape. Xscape was a female American R&B quartet which began as a quintet. The group had three consecutive platinum albums, along with six top-10 hit songs on the Billboard Hot 100 during the 1990s, including "Just Kickin' It", "Who Can I Run To", "The Arms of the One Who Loves You", and "My Little Secret." Now when I tell you my inner child was shell shocked that I had come full circle with a woman who’s music I use to listen to as a child....it was surreal moment.
Now fast forwarding to today, Kandi by her own rights is an extremely successful woman. As an American singer-songwriter, television personality, actress, record producer and business woman, she’s one busy mamma, now throw in the her new baby line, she’s unstoppable. "Raising Ace," is a line of super cute unisex products for kids. When baby Ace came along, they had no idea that one day they'd be launching a line of products under their sons name. From teething products, bibs, bodysuits, towels, meal time, pacifiers, swaddles, water bottles, sunglasses, and formula bottles she's got you covered. As Ace grows, so will their product line so keep an eye out for new and clever products. More importantly, part of the proceeds from every sale will be going towards charities that focus on parenting and underprivileged kids.
Raising Ace brings to the marketplace high quality unisex children’s products with a unique design style. Developed in collaboration with designer, Mathieu Pung, the line focuses on three iconic animals; the panda bear who just like a baby eats and sleeps all day; the giraffe who with its long neck represents the growing baby into toddlerhood; and the fox who represents the transformation into a clever young child. Building on this theme, the Raising Ace designs are represented in both iconic and illustrative vintage inspired forms throughout the collection. You can find her line at RaisingAce.com.