What brings them joy, makes them smile, and lights them up.
My name is Llaselle Colson, and I'm a
Family Nurse Practitioner in New York.
As a frontliner during the Covid pandemic I know firsthand that our children have been greatly impacted by our new normal.
Between caring for my patients and family, including my 7-year-old daughter Malia, I found myself looking for ways to make sure she kept her fun-loving spirit even with social distancing and homeschooling.
As a dance student, Malia always had a love for tutus. She encouraged me to make her a colorful tutu in 2019. The tutu was a hit, and I started making tutus as a hobby and a way to spend more time with Malia.
Malia was inspired by me taking the time out of my schedule to learn how to sew that she too wanted to learn to sew. I jumped at the chance for us to do something together.
After purchasing Malia her first sewing machine, we began to dream up designs inspired by her colorful and vibrant personality.
As the world begins to open up, we have turned this mommy and daughter hobby into a business. Our tutus celebrate multicultural girls while promoting self-esteem, giving them the confidence to be as unique and colorful as they want to be!