A new baby clothing dyeing site is set to debut this month, according to a report from TechCrunch.
The site is being billed as BabyGadgets, a new brand that “seeks to change the world with baby apparel.”
BabyGaddies’ main focus is on the fashion and fashion accessories industry, with a focus on “modern baby-friendly baby accessories and accessories, which will be made in a modern, eco-friendly way.”
A website description for the site reads, “This new baby clothes company will be dedicated to creating baby clothes that are stylish, affordable, and cute.”
The company promises to have a selection of baby outfits in a variety of colors and sizes, and will offer “baby-friendly” prices.
According to TechCrunch, the site has been up and running for more than two months.
The website, which has been taken down, was reportedly a part of an investigation by authorities, which also resulted in a $2 million fine.
TechCrunch reports that BabyGads website has been seized by the U.S. Marshals Service, and that its owners have not yet been charged.
The news comes amid growing concern that baby clothing companies are selling their wares for profit.
Earlier this month it was revealed that one baby clothing brand, BabyCats, was making over $600,000 from selling baby items to consumers, while another company, BabySaver, was being investigated for allegedly violating child pornography laws.