Coquette Kids, the high fashion boutique for the latest in children’s wear is exceptionally delighted to announce that Michele Baio, formerly of the iconic Lesters has joined their staff. Having recently closed after 70 years in business, Lester’s achieved iconic status among Brooklyn’s varied children’s clothing shops. Under Michele’s leadership as the executive in charge of their layette department, Lesters was in the forefront of expanding their selection and, as such, created an impressive legacy for the quality of their merchandise, the diversity of their designer lines and their outstanding customer service.
Now, Michele brings her years of expertise to Coquette Kids where an atmosphere is being created that is perfectly suited for a full-service layette venue. After 25 years at Lesters, Michele had earned a stellar reputation along with an impressive following of customers. As a veteran of the business, Michele’s knowledge and honesty has assisted thousands of customers in choosing their selections; thus instilling them with complete confidence in her skills.
Michele said, “It is my great honor and privilege to serve the customers that call Coquette Kids their ‘home’ for all their children’s wear selections. I am thrilled to be a part of the Coquette Kids vibrant team of experienced fashion consultants. Starting a designer layette department at Coquette Kids is a really exciting project that we are all looking forward to. Additionally, we are now offering worldwide shipping options and we have vastly enhanced and improved the Coquette Kids web site, www.coquettekids.com.”
To celebrate Michele joining the Coquette Kids staff, during the month of June, this outstanding boutique will be offering a 20% discount on all layettes as well as offering a free gift to all customers!
But, who are the people behind Coquette Kids? From whom are you buying your children’s clothing? Founded in 1993 by Bunny Benhooren, Coquette Kids has a world-renowned reputation for specializing in European imported children’s clothing as well as haute couture that includes an extraordinary collection of custom designs.
As a high-end boutique that caters to a discerning clientele, Coquette Kids has expanded to two locations – one in Brooklyn, NY and the other in Deal, NJ, selling special couture clothing for all ages, ranging from newborn to 16 years old.
Coquette Kids carries over 100 brands – each one carefully chosen by their team of buyers. Every season, Coquette Kids’ priority is to seek out the most beautiful, exciting new designers to offer. Their buying team has over 25 years of experience in childrens’ wear, selecting the very best products and brands.
Every season, they travel the world to ensure that Coquette Kids has the very best in fashion choices for their customers.
The selection of designer brands at Coquette Kids ranges from the most prestigious designers – such as Dolce & Gabbana, Young Versace, Emilio Pucci, Fendi, and Balmain – to small, up-and-coming brands.
Moreover, Coquette Kids is at the forefront of organizing children’s fashion shows with proceeds going directly to a variety of charitable organizations.
Known for its exquisite apparel, exceptionally professional presentation and truly remarkable customer service, Coquette Kids continues to be the one-stop shop for all of your children’s clothing needs.
For an appointment please call 718-627-7000 or contact Michele directly at 917-865-9622. You can also visit the Coquette Kids web site at: coquettekids.com to view their latest fashions!
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