Simple Togetherness in a 4-way baby carrier
KāhuBaby, a new Lake District baby brand and experts in baby carrying, geared up to wow the crowds in London on the weekend with their first exhibition in the capital. KāhuBaby featured for their premiere appearance at annual babywearing event Carry On London.
The KāhuBaby Carrier has been designed by a carrying consultant, and offers optimum comfort for both baby and parent. Carissa Lough, owner and designer of KāhuBaby, has put the focus on Simple Togetherness. “I wanted to create a simple, intuitive baby carrier that enables parents to carry their children safely, whether at home or out and about. As well as all its safety and comfort features, the KahuBaby Carrier’s design is sleek, in a range of elegant colours and prints.”
“Carry On London was an excellent opportunity to showcase KahuBaby to the London market”, explains Carissa. “We spoke with lots of sling consultants and sling libraries, enabling baby carrying professionals to try KāhuBaby out for themselves”. Carry On London was held on Saturday 1stMarch, at Haverstock School in North London. The day offered workshops for parents wishing to carry their babies, and a range of baby carrier brands. Carissa told us “I’m really excited that we took this opportunity to exhibit KahuBaby alongside some well known brands in the baby carrier industry. It’s one way of bringing the Lake District to the city!”
KahuBaby designer and carrying consultant Carissa has worked with hundreds of families, helping them to carry their children safely and with confidence. She says “KahuBaby adjusts easily, with a unique cinching design and a built-in comfort stopper. This means safe and comfortable carrying with babies and toddlers. KahuBaby’s range looks and feels great. Parents will love the well-thought out features and the choice of colours”.
Proving that baby carriers can look good and be practical, KahuBaby Carriers come in a choice of three colours and seven prints. These have been inspired by nature and the Lake District landscape.