Press

2010

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James Girone

"Pineapple Kiss" (October, 2010)

Pineapple Kiss relaunched with a multi-piece line of cotton knits and wovens for girls and boys.

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James Girone

"Pineapple Kiss" (August, 2010)

After a few years away from the kids' market, Nygren is back and Pineapple Kiss is better than ever.

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James Girone

"Pineapple Kiss Girls Collection Returns for Spring 2011 Season" (July, 2010)

For those of you who missed it the first time around – and for those of you who didn't – Pineapple Kiss is back and better than ever.

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2005

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American Baby

"Let Me Entertain You" (February, 2005)

Pants, Pineapple Kiss.

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Junior Magazine

"Fashion News" (January, 2005)

Since its launch in spring, the stateside childresnwear company Pineapple Kiss has gone from strength to strength. With its funky mix of bold stripes, pretty florals and traditional check design, Pineapple Kiss create perfect playful clothing for stylish children.

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2004

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Child Magazine

"Kidstyle Coast to Coast" (September, 2004)

Hot to Tot, Houston, TX. "Bold colors and graphic prints are what's popular right now."

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Boutique Magazine

"Gear: Essentials for back to school" (Fall 2004)

Tulip tee by Pineapple Kiss.

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Lucky Magazine Online

"Local Listings" (July 5, 2004)

If you're in the market for baby gifts, head to Cosmo Tots, which carries the stand-by baby lines, such as Icky Baby, Tea, and Pineapple Kiss.

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Child Magazine

"Baby Bytes" (March, 2004)

The new line from Pineapple Kiss mixes and matches colors and fabrics for a fresh look.

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Collezioni 0/3 Baby

"Fashion USA" (Spring/Summer 2004)

The fashion celebrates playtime, having fun, all the energy and enthusiasm which children embody, and this is demonstrated by the original combinations and matching of fabrics to create unusual and interesting shapes and products which deliberately stand out from the rest.

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2003

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Children's Business

"Baby Business" (October, 2003)

While spring styles for baby girls are big on frills, they are far from frou frou. Using ruching and ruffles on everything from soft knits to crinkly cottons to crisp linens, designers create looks that are subtly sweet.

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Schryver's Boston Baby Guide

"Baby's Nursery" (2003-2004)

A stylish chenille swing coat by Pineapple Kiss, from Bella's.

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James Girone

"On the Inside with Tina Barry" (September, 2003)

When I spotted Nygren's collection a few seasons back I had the feeling there was big talent behind her little line. This season confirmed my hunch. Nygren continues to find fabrications in colors and textures that are out of the mainstream.

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Earnshaw's

"Manufacturing News" (July, 2003)

Pineapple Kiss expands into boys 12 mos. to 7 for Spring/Summer 2004. Similar to the girls line, the boys' collection will be "fun and funky without being trendy, stylish and interesting without being precious", said Diana Nygren, owner/designer.

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James Girone

"Fall 2003: Designer Roundup" (April, 2003)

You'll want to give Dianna Nygren a big pineapple kiss when you see her playful styles for fall 2003. Bright sage, pinks and teal, happy 60's inspired prints, and soft fleecy textures make this the "it" collection for boutiques.

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Earnshaw's

"Manufacturing News" (January, 2003)

Pineapple Kiss of Brookline, Mass., puckers up for spirng with its debut collection of girls' wear offered in sizes 12 mos. to 4T. The collection – created by Diana Nygren – includes petal dresses and ruffle dresses with coordinating bloomers.

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2002

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James Girone

"Welcome Aboard: Spring 2003 Newcomers" (November, 2002)

Pineapple Kiss is the perfect name for this playful collection of tropically colored coordinates. A deep orange ribbon closes the hood of a peach colored terry cloth jacket and pants set; and a big, muli-petaled flower on the crown of a floppy hat are the kind of sweet, unexpected touches that make this line a winner.

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