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Dynur Launches New Vegan Children’s Clothing Website

by | October 25, 2018

Dynur has launched their new vegan children’s clothing website with their first collection called “The Basics.”

The brand is inspired by farm animals, with the idea to bring attention to, and inspire compassion for these wonderful creatures. Their mission is to encourage parents to raise their children as ethical vegans with their cute farm animal designs and comfortable clothing ranging in sizes from newborn to 12 years. 

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Dynur’s ‘The Basics’ collection is made of 100% organic cotton, and printed with a water-based ink, (OEKO-TEX ® certified.) All of their items are handmade in Philadelphia by the founder, Nina Skyttmo, with the prints designed by Nina’s sister Ann.

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They try to keep everything in their vegan children’s clothing line environmentally friendly, and by using water based inks to keep chemicals out of the water, and locally sourced cotton in northern New Jersey, they are definitely making an impact. 

Dynur decided to focus specifically on making vegan children’s clothing because they believe that compassion is something we are all born with, and they want to help kids hold on to that compassion, and encourage adults to nurture it through out the child’s life. 

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Their website mission states: “When your child wears Dynur, they’re making a statement that we don’t have to accept society’s normalization of animal exploitation and that it’s possible to shift the baseline back in the direction of compassion.”

Are you looking for a new vegan children’s clothing line? You should definitely check out Dynur at their website HERE.

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