Maternity clothing brand Beyond Nine has won fans from pregnant and non-pregnant women alike for its comfortable jumpsuits that fit throughout various body phases – whether that’s pregnancy or after-lunch bloating. Made by a mum, it’s striking the right chord with British women.
Frida Mom caters to the millions of women in the United States who become new mothers every year. Helping them to navigate the physical discomfort of the fourth trimester, the brand offers a collection of female-focused products that playfully address the needs of postpartum bodies.
The UK’s NCT has long provided new parents with expert info and a route to a new set of pals. But the pricey classes and ideological zealotry mean that many mums are after an alternative. Enter Peanut, which applies a Tinder-like model to friendship, easing anxieties at this stressful life stage.
The beauty industry is growing greener, more natural, and more ethical – and its target audience increasingly younger, with brands like Chantecaille launching luxury ranges for children. How and why are affluent Chinese parents leading the emerging trend in luxury skincare for children?
The launch of Nike (M) marks a turning point in the visibility of active women who want to continue exercising while pregnant and during the postpartum period. Historically underserved, Nike is catering to women looking for activewear that suits and supports the needs of their changing body.