Ten minutes: Welcome to Little Kisses from our Directors

A popular shopping destination for Brisbane residents since 2003, Little Kisses has continued to shape the way new parents approach baby-dom for a decade. Following a successful stretch as a premium shopping destination for locals little kisses’ owner and director Rachel Moor has decided to expand online, making the desirable product selection and renowned customer service available nationally.

Bringing a wealth of skills, style, and expertise to the new venture is Anuska De Luca, Brisbane-based artist, retail stylist, and mother-of-two. The brain-baby Little Kisses was a moment of epiphany between Rachel and Anuska. Their desire to not only curate the of best baby-dom, including essentials for the expectant mother and the arrival of her new born, but to provide an exclusive, highly personalised gifting service to style-savvy, busy customers to ensure each little kisses red box is delivered with sentiment.

RM: I love taking the hassle out of shopping for busy people. As well as Little Kisses I am a personal shopper. I love finding that perfect special thing for the busy client. The combination of my long history in retailing baby wear and products and having a baby myself saw me wanting to combine all the best things for this very special time in your life and bring it to you in the most beautiful and stress free way. Customers love our service and personalised touch, and we are now making that accessible at any time or place - accommodating the many demands of modern living. 

AD: When this amazing opportunity came up to be part of this new venture for Little Kisses I jumped on it. I have been with Kisses brand since 2003 and have been instrumental in developing the stores reputation and service.  I feel so loyal to the business and it's been an emotional journey with our customers supporting them through pregnancy and beyond. It really is one big family. I share the same commitment and passion for the brand and its customers.

AD: We wanted the recipient to get that excited light up your face experience when they realise someone has bought them a little kisses red box. The monogram base was designed to tie in with the fabric of retailing. I guess it evokes a feeling of lashings of fine ribbon that is often used to tie around little boxes that house a special little gift.

RM: We are excited to head global. One of our boxes was snapped up for a gift for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate and William for baby Prince George. We have heard they loved receiving the box with all the beautiful Australiana themed products and they are looking forward to reading George, Mem Fox’s Australian classic Possum Magic.

RM: We want to put the glamour back into gift giving. New parenthood is such an exciting an emotional time for not only Mum and Dad, but also for family and friends. Recent years have seen gifting become quite streamlined with the introduction of gift vouchers. We want to put the ‘personal touch’ back into gift giving and deliver a product that can be treasured for years to come.

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Rachel Moor
Rachel Moor