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OK, we had to post about these overwhelming adorable eco-Plush toys at Venice-based apparel company Rabbit Kinney. We get the lowdown from RK's blog: "I have waited months for the arrival of the Eco-Plush dolls! Actually, I kinda forgot about it—it’s been half a year since I placed the order, as they’ve been busy making the first batch of the handmade toys in Indonesia." Made from 100% soy bean fiber and filled with 100% Kapok stuffing, which is a sustainable rainforest crop, the small toys run $14.95 and the large toys are $29.95, and we think they were worth the wait.
· Eco-Plush Toys [rabbitkinney.com]