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A cotton ball bunny you can sleep with

When realizing there's a blank market for gifting newborn babies with 'cool', gender-neutral and organic baby clothes and sleepwear, Lu & Mon introduced a newborn, cotton ball character, Lummi the bunny. Created, illustrated and tailored by Lu & Mon, Lummi the bunny is born in Melbourne, Australia and designed as a means for comfort and storytelling in a world of monochromatic hues.




Lummi sleepwear offers a range of gender-neutral, organic, black and white baby clothes and sleepwear ready to be gifted and worn by any newborn and baby. Specialising in organic baby gift sets, we stock limited items in the following sizes: Newborn 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-12 months.

100% Organic Baby Clothes that are ready to gift to any newborn and baby

It is in Lummi's desire and care to make you feel cool and confident that our clothing is one of the safest and healthiest choices for your baby. Our organic cotton used for Lummi Sleepwear is certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS).

Design & Fabric

We create our organic baby clothes and sleepwear in the hope that they will be used through generations of little ones, being passed down, given as gifts and donated. 

Our breathable cotton maintains its softness, durability and quality, even when it is washed and worn time and time again and will keep its shape and softness for many years.

Using only pure organic fibres, our dyes are free from harsh chemicals, bleaches and other irritant and pollutant materials. Organic cotton is one of the highest quality materials produced. While being strong, durable and soft for everyone’s skin, it is also environmentally-friendly.

Caring for our customers, it’s our responsibility to keep a sustainable supply chain. Organic cotton farming is a longer process than conventional cotton farming. This is so because conventional cotton relies on chemicals and intensive water usage and organic cotton relies on handpicked seeds with seasonal weather to properly harvest.

1. Harvesting

Cotton plants require days of harvesting. Farmers handpick the seeds and use Beneficial Insects, Crop Rotation, Compost, Cover Crops and weed by hand or machine in order to build soil quality. until it gets bulk transferred to the factory to begin the cotton ginning process.

2. Ginning

Cotton seeds get processed in machinery and turned into bundles of thread.

3. Fabric Finalisation

The bundles of thread form into long portions of fabric.

4. Stitching & Development

Patterns are made and sewn to create prototypes and final garments. Like jigsaw puzzles, an average garment consists of 6-8 pattern pieces.

5. Quality check

Piece by piece, the team ensures every element is carefully stitched together before it proceeds to the next step of stitching.

6. Garment produced

Freshly-made baby clothes are ready to be gifted and worn by a newborn and baby!


Organisations and brands we've worked with:
baby bien
Royal Children's Hospital Wood Pharmacy
Millie Moo Hampers

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