Narmin Parpia grew up learning about fabrics and design from her mother, and she had always wanted to design clothes. In 2007, after a stint studying engineering, she returned to her earlier love and founded Baby Milano. The name of the company is a reference to the fashion capit ... Read More al of the world, Milan -- or Milano in Italian. Today, Baby Milano has developed into a baby-clothing company that specializes in stylish, comfortable clothing made with 100 percent cotton that's soft on delicate skin. Kimono Onesies from Baby Milano have two features that will help keep Baby super comfy: labels that are positioned not to irritate skin, and an extra inside button to hold the inner flap and prevent bunching. The Onesies, made of heavyweight cotton, come in a range of patterns and colors, including blue argyle, leopard print, and zebra print.