SALE ENDED ON: March 16, 2014
Inspired by his 1980s Hollywood youth, Richard Shih brings a rebellious, garage-band spirit to his children’s line, Mini Shatsu. These onesies and kids’ T-shirts are like shrunken-down versions of your coolest concert tees: Instead of daisies and teddy bears, they’re emblazoned with tough-looking turntables, skateboards, and guitars. All of the pieces are limited-edition, made in batches of a thousand or less; the collection has recently expanded to include denim, hoodies, and jackets.
Past Sales Featuring Mini Shatsu
SALE ENDED ON: March 11, 2014
Vintage-Inspired Tees & JeansBasics get a cool twist with classic cartoons, retro logos, and more hip graphics.
SALE ENDED ON: January 26, 2014
Girls' Dresses $30 & UnderLittle ladies' wardrobes won't be complete without these twirl-worthy frocks. Have a birthday celebration to attend? We have darling party-perfect outfits. Need adorable dresses for school? We have those too! At these prices, they're gonna go fast. Ready, set, shop!
SALE ENDED ON: January 22, 2014
Last Chance Kids': Up to 90% OffWe’ve got everything your little one needs in this massive blowout. Stock their drawers with our hand-picked favorites, including tees, pants, and coats for boys and dresses, cardigans, and skirts for girls. Plus, comfortable, chic looks for moms-to-be — all up to 90 percent off.
SALE ENDED ON: January 21, 2014
Almost Gone: One-of-a-Kind Kids' PicksSpot a piece with your little one's name on it? Snag it before it's too late. Each item in this assortment is the only one of its kind left in stock.
SALE ENDED ON: December 27, 2013
Mini Shatsu Baby & Kids': $20 & UnderIf you've got a little rock star on your hands, Mini Shatsu's collection of limited-edition, screenprinted dresses, tees, onesies, and more will keep your music-minded kid on the right track. Mini Shatsu designer Richard Shih emblazons kids' clothes with guitars, drums, and other cool graphics your child will go crazy for. We love the onesie with the tie and reading glasses!
SALE ENDED ON: December 1, 2013