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About Rikshaw Design

Rikshaw Design founder and designer Catherine Fitzsimmons got the idea for her children’s clothing label after traveling to India and deriving inspiration from the block-printing techniques she discovered there. A seasoned traveler and former visual merchandiser for Ralph Lauren and Pottery Barn, Fitzsimmons presents an adorably boho collection of crib bedding and baby and kids’ clothes featuring prints and designs you won’t find anywhere else. In addition to sweet sundresses, nautical-themed bloomer sets and sunhats, and tiny rompers, Rikshaw offers many different variations of its signature garment, the kurta: a traditional shirt worn in India, Sri Lanka, and other countries. You’re bound to fall in love with Rikshaw Design’s playful and distinctive clothing.

Past Sales Featuring Rikshaw Design

Sale Ended August 19, 2013

Green

The kids' color palette for fall includes blues, purples, greens, pinks, and reds, and we can't get enough of them! Here we have playground-proof tees, dresses, jeans, and more — fill your little one's closet with these fall staples before school starts.

Sale Ended August 19, 2012

Bedding & Furnishings

Parents, meet your secret weapon: From naptime to mealtime to playtime — and any other time you can think of — this sale has you covered. Adorable baby clothes, toys, and gear are just some of the must-haves you'll find in this array from our favorite baby brands. We have chic maternity clothes for moms, too!

Sale Ended August 10, 2012

Bedding & Furnishings

Parents, meet your secret weapon: From naptime to mealtime to playtime — and any other time you can think of — this sale has you covered. Adorable baby clothes, toys, and gear are just some of the must-haves you'll find in this array from our favorite baby brands. We have chic maternity clothes for moms, too!

Sale Ended April 28, 2013

Rikshaw Design: India-Inspired Baby Clothes

When Rikshaw Design founder and designer Catherine Fitzsimmons traveled to India, she fell in love with the block-printing technique that's so popular there — and it's this mark that makes her clothing so unique. When we spotted the bohemian-inspired bloomers, sundresses, and tops, we knew we just had to feature them on Gilt ... they weren't like anything else we'd seen before. Loving all the vibrant hues!