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The World's Most Expensive Teddy

posted on January 30 2016

The World's Most Expensive Teddy is actually not a teddy it's an Elephant. Meet Papoum:

Papoum the Giant Elephant by Moulin Roty available at Little Citizens Boutique

We love the idea of matching something very big with something very small. How cute is this Giant Elephant with these small baby balls?
There is a high low trend sweeping the nation and it's so inspiring.

Words by one of our favourite interior designers Jonathan Adler on what's coming in 2016

“We live in an anything-goes world where it’s okay to mix high with low, mid-century with minimalist modern, colors, patterns, and everything in between. The best trend I’m seeing is people forgetting about the ‘rules’ and loving what they love unapologetically."

Jonathan Adler, potter, designer, and author as posted in Vogue

We love how it uses contrast to highlight ideas. At the heart of the trend is a really inclusive mindset which has to do with balance and enjoying the small things in life while recognising exquisite design. Children are naturals at this. 

Shopping the HIGH LOW trend
1. Gifts under £5 or USD$7.50 delightful and fun and can be bought with pocket money
2. Gifts where cost is of no importance and design is outstanding 
*please note prices in US dollars are an approximation due to currency fluctuations*

Papoum Moulin Roty Baby's First Ball at Little Citizens Boutique

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