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Oopa Baby introduces cashmere slings, celebs rejoice

02/22/2007 at 12:00 PM ET

Oopa Baby is a hip and stylish alternative to traditional baby slings and carriers — making babywearing a fashion statement, as well as a wonderful thing to do for your child. The word Oopa (spelled "upa" in Portuguese and Spanish) is a colloquial phrase adults use when speaking to children, meaning "up!". A favorite among celebrities such as Gwen Stefani, Angelina Jolie (white pique with eyelet lace), Michelle Williams (dark chocolate silk lined in Africa print), Brooke Shields (limited edition ivory with black embroidery), Katie Holmes (chambray with striped grosgrain ribbon), Gwyneth Paltrow (limited edition blush silk textured), and Jennifer Garner (black pique with floral ribbon edging and chocolate brown peacock), these unique slings are made out of gorgeous fabrics including cotton pique, silk and, now cashmere for the ultimate in babywearing warmth and comfort.

Gwen is seen here wearing then two month old son Kingston Rossdale in Oopa’s Limited Edition Offwhite Pique with black floral accents.

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