Holiday Project: Skip Hop: Bringing Design to Life

12/22/2006 at 11:00 AM ET

Good_shepherd_logo_1Holiday Project: Skip Hop is one of the many companies participating in our Holiday Project.  Inlieu of payment for this ad, they have sent over $450 of their products to Good Shepherd, a leading youthdevelopment and family service agency that serves over 18,000 clients ayear.   


SkiphoplogoSkip Hop, the original innovators of the Duo diaper bag, is taking parenting products into a new age by redefining key baby care items. Their new Home and Nursery Essentials line features three products The Splash, Chow and Toolbox. The essentials are iconic in design as well as extremely functional.  These are everyday objects that beautify the living space, reflecting the joy parents feel when welcoming their new baby while remaining harmonious with the contemporary home.

RaspberrytoolboxwpropsSplash is a modern bottle drying rack that is the perfect addition to any kitchen.Chow is a contemporary baby food organizer and is the ideal accessory for the kitchen or pantry. Toolbox is the answer to clutter in the baby’s room.

Most recently two Raspberry Toolboxes were gifted to Kim Porter and Sean "Diddy" Combs at their pink baby shower—they loved them!

DuoglambluetealloCelebs are big fans of the Skip Hop family of products. Courteney Cox can be seen toting her Duo in blue camouflage. Rachel Weisz carries her black Expo out and about in NYC. Elizabeth Shue is a proud owner of the Dash in chocolate with pink trim.A perfect gift for the holiday is Skip Hop‘s newest addition, the Duo Glam.Skip Hop "glams" up the Duo up with a great mod patterned cottoncanvas and beautiful hardware and details.

For more information, please visit: www.skiphop.com.

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