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Launch of spiltMILK children's clothing

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Launch of spiltMILK children's clothing

Wipe your tears because there's no use crying anymore... spiltMILK children's clothing has arrived!

Wellington-based company spiltMILK are super excited to announce the launch of their debut children's clothing range. Incorporating impeccable style and attention to detail, spiltMILK is clothing designed with fun loving 2-8 year olds in mind. (And it's all made right here in New Zealand!).

SpiltMILK believe that kids are entirely worthy of style. They create original, tasty and loveable designs that (they think) will have your loved ones looking as cool as cucumbers. It's clothing for everyday wear (and tear), because they know when it comes to kids, rough and tumble is where it's at.

SpiltMILK (in all its glory) can be viewed and bought online at:


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