Music of Legendary Greats

It is never too early to introduce your bundle of joy to cool music and some of music’s legendary greats! New jazz-inspired infant wear from Hi-Fi Baby does just that. This creative, cool and hip company helps introduce and pass along the love of music to the next generation.

Hi-Fi Baby has already made waves and is rocking the children’s apparel industry. Recently, the line was voted into “The Top Ten Must Haves for Spring ‘05” by the MAGIC Apparel Show in Las Vegas. The company breaks away from the norm of yellow ducks, purple dinosaurs and brings a truly unique and hip gift for the next little jazz baby in the family.

The adorable, 100 percent cotton sets includes official licensed tank tops, hat and diaper covers and is commemorated with images and embroidering of the “First Lady of Song”, Ella Fitzgerald; “Lady Day”, Billie Holiday; and undisputed demigod of rock, Jimi Hendrix.

All sets are officially licensed, limited edition, refreshingly unique gifts for your jazzy baby. The pieces included in the sets are also available as individual pieces. All sets have sizes available for youngsters 3-6 months, 6-12 months and 12-18 months. Hi-Fi Baby clothing helps to illuminate your baby’s style, personality and love of the greats that came before them.

The dream child of Sarah Welker and Kerry Geiger, Hi-Fi Baby, created two years ago, is the newest project from two apparel designers in Redondo Beach, California. Welker has years of experience as an artist, entrepreneur began creating custom designs as special newborn baby shower gifts with amazing responses. Welker joined forces with advertising, marketing and design guru, Geiger, who was simultaneously considering an adult line of apparel to form Hi-Fi Baby.

“I had a few friends that were in bands and having babies,” Welker said. “It was pretty difficult to find any cool unique baby clothes at the time, so I would create my own. Generally, I would create baby onesies and shirts that had their band logo or cd album art on the cover. So this has been an idea that has been brewing in my brain ever since.”

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