Filipino designer Rajo Laurel and mother and childcare brand Philips Avent collaborated anew to bring a unique collection for the little ones. On the second year of their partnership, Laurel and the brand launched a fun and colorful onesie for Filipino babies aged six to twelve months.
“We Filipina moms have always been inspired by the works of Rajo, as he has always been passionate about elevating conventional clothes,” shared Philips Personal Health Business Development Manager Maite Uy shared.
“This second collaboration with Rajo is a source of pride and joy because we know that the result of this partnership will enable Filipina moms to dress their kids in a fun, colorful and fashionable way,” she added.
Laurel, likewise, shared the enthusiasm of this new partnership.
“What I hope to gain from this partnership with Philips AVENT is that I want to see smiles — I want to see the joy of the family celebrating this new addition to the family. I want to experience and to see, and for them to experience and to see as they put the onesie on the child — the joy, the smile, the celebration that I was feeling when I was designing this,” the designer detailed.
How feeding contributes to a healthy future
Aside from launching the collaboration with Rajo Laurel, Philips Avent has been listening, learning and innovating in partnership with parents — all with the mission to help give babies the best start in life.
To fit parents and babies’ unique needs,the brand has launched two new innovations:
– Anti-Colic Bottle: Formerly the Classic+ Bottle, the newly named Anti-Colic bottle solves parents’ colic concerns with a built-in valve to vent air away from the baby’s tummy. Clinically proven to reduce colic and discomfort, the new bottle results in 60 [ercemt less fussing.
– AirFree vent: Its unique AirFree vent is designed to help babies swallow less air as they drink by keeping the teat full of milk during feeding. It helps reduce the amount of air that baby ingests with common feeding issues such as colic, reflux and gas.