Few things are as smooth as a baby’s skin, but PatPat baby clothes are close now thanks to Eastman Naia™ fibers.
PatPat’s new line of baby clothing is made with Naia™ cellulosic fibers for rompers that are sustainable and gentle on sensitive baby skin. The PatPat | Naia™ Baby Collection features more than 45 romper styles for newborns and toddlers.
PatPat is the first children’s apparel brand in the U.S. to adopt Naia™ and launch it globally. After searching for a sustainable fiber, PatPat chose Naia™ because it’s as gentle on the planet as it is on babies’ skin. With its certified biodegradable qualities and closed-loop production process, Naia™ helps PatPat invest further in the company’s goals of reducing its environmental impact and creating a better future for the children who wear their clothes.
“At PatPat, not only are we responsible for our impact on the environment, we’ve made it our mission to bring joy and happiness to kids and families around the world,” said Albert Wang, PatPat co-founder and chief executive officer. “A big part of this is connecting them to the planet they call home and helping them understand as they grow how to make sustainable choices to take care of it — starting with the clothes they wear every day.”
In addition to its sustainable benefits, Naia™ delivers ultrasmooth comfort and is hypoallergenic, making it a great choice for sensitive baby skin.
PatPat, which is available worldwide with 21 million customers in more than 140 countries, plans to integrate Naia™ into more of its products.
Find the new line through PatPat’s online store or select styles on Amazon.
The PatPat | Naia™ Baby Collection features bright colors and whimsical patterns,
including beloved characters from Tom and Jerry™, Looney Tunes™, Care Bears®, Batman™ and more.