YAS QUEEN! Claire Cacho Interview – Madame Fancy Pants

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YAS QUEEN! Claire Cacho Interview

Claire Cacho is the designer and heart behind children's wear label Murphy & Co. A beautiful minimal collection of ethically made organic cottons and earthy tones for busy babes. My little one rocks around in the romper most days and I can only image how comfy he is! (yes, we all just want big versions of tiny things I know!) Also, as per the beautiful photo, another mama rocking the like balance! #gomamaboss
xxx Claire, Aimee, Maddie

MFP - In a few sentences, can you explain your work and what you do/make?
CC- I provide organic baby clothing that is made ethically made from ethically sourced material.

MFP - On International Women’s Day, what is the most important message you want to send out to other women thinking about their careers?
CC - You are capable and worthy! Whatever it is you want to do in life, work towards it, even if it’s one small step at a time. Set realistic goals and and start paving the way today by taking those initial small steps.

MFP - Who is a female figure that you admire?
CC - Melinda Gates - Global advocate for woman and girls, philanthropic, successful, generous both financially but also with her time. Whats not to love about her?

MFP - How important is it for women to lift each other up and what does that mean to you?
CC - It's very important. They say behind every successful woman there is a tribe of other successful woman that have her back. We need more tribes in this world. By lifting other woman up you are helping other woman and girls not only see their potential but fulfill it. It means coming together and supporting new initiatives, providing the right words of encouragement and being a shoulder to lean on when the times get tough. Every time we do this, our tribe grows and the success is shared. I want my daughter to grow up in a world where lifting other woman up comes as second nature!

Thank you so much for your words and time Claire!
To see more of her work head to our website or pop over to Claire’s website.
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