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About Emily Green

Who says kids can't feed their imaginations while they're feeding their faces? Certainly not former illustrator Emily Green, whose line of adorable kids' tableware is designed to do just that. Consisting of melamine plates, bowls, tumblers, and utensils, her colorful pieces are festooned with everything from ladybugs to dump trucks. The place mats are particularly inventive, boasting laminated canvas undersides—the perfect surface on which to scribble with her exclusive washable markers called “doodlesticks.” All of Green’s products are eco-friendly and many are sold in cute, themed gift sets.

Past Sales Featuring Emily Green

Sale Ended March 27, 2011

Best Gifts Under $50

We've selected a grouping of gifts for our discerning members who know that high style doesn't have to be high priced.

Sale Ended October 18, 2011

Little Artist

Is there a budding Picasso, van Gogh, or Warhol in your house? Then don’t miss this massive sale, which includes everything your kid needs to create his very own masterpiece. We’ve got chunky twig crayons by Inntrax, eco-friendly smocks by 3 Sprouts, doodle mats by Emily Green, and desks and easels by Alex Toys—just make sure to leave a spot on the fridge for the finished product.

Sale Ended October 05, 2011

The Boys' Shop

For little boys, falls means playing in the leaves, throwing a ball around outside, climbing trees, and masterminding other outdoor adventures. With that in mind, Gilt's Children team has chosen a cozy array of separates that can stand up to their level of wear and tear: Think bright tees, casual denim, warm boots, and more.

Sale Ended November 02, 2010

It's Good to Be New: Special Member Sale

New members with style-centric tots will have a field day browsing this lot. Expect to see newborn necessities, like pullover bibs, hooded towels, bouncers, and harness carriers. For toddlers, there are a slew of cute training essentials, like potties and table wear, including placemats and utensils. Plus, for children of any age, think blocks, blankies, and nursery staples, like hampers and storage boxes.