Tuchinda | Thoughtful and Artisanal Fashion for the Free Spirited Child

“Tuchinda is….thoughtful, worldly, romantic….for the eternal free spirit.”

Absolutely in love with Tuchinda and their beautiful AW 17/18 Lookbook. The talented creator; Tina Tuchinda was born in Korea, grown in a small town in Pennsylvania, and now raises her family with her husband (and business partner) in New York. She studied women’s fashion at Parsons School of Design, but quickly realized that she wanted to enter the magical world of children’s wear with the birth of her son. Talk about a great way to use “baby brain”. That baby brain motivated Tina to create clothing that she wanted her son to wear. Clothing that is inspired by art and influenced by her travels to Milan, Paris, and Japan. Season after season, Tina features a sophisticated mix of colors and prints, a nonchalant attitude and avant-garde designs.

Now here is the kicker, my dear peeps. This is when I run around screaming with Charlie Brown arms waving in the air. Come on, you knows what me loves! Me loves that “giving back” business and lookie lookie: not only does the Tuchinda brand offer eclectic pieces of art, they are passionate about inspiring and protecting children. They donate a portion of all sales to abused and neglected children. Currently they are working with Children’s Rights in NYC, who work tirelessly at the policy level to ensure the safety of all foster children in the US.

It is very important to Tina and her husband that they create a company where children help children…in this case privileged children helping abused and neglected children by purchasing inspiring clothing….in turn inspiring them to create businesses that promote an artistic sense as well as have social responsibility. That’s right, so all about that. And now, presenting the inspiring clothing behind the brand...AND NOW ON SALE!!!!!!  Yep. I see you. Running around. Charlie Brown hands waving in the air. Giggle.









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