LOOK: Anne Curtis and Solenn Heussaff to Launch New Brand Dedicated to Their Baby Girls

Sisters-in-law Anne Curtis and Solenn Heussaff have something new up their sleeves!

On Instagram, the two celebrities teased an upcoming project that they collaborated on together which they described as “born from the love we have for our baby girls.”

Called Tili Dahli, named after their daughters, the brand is expected to launch on Wednesday, June 23. It has yet to be revealed what the project is about or what the brand will be offering to its customers, but a quick scroll through Tili Dahli’s Instagram page would make one assume that it has something to do with items for babies and young children. One of the recent posts also confirmed that it will feature “playful and thoughtful must-haves your babies will love.”

The page also suggests that it’s going to be a sustainable brand because of its one post that called itself a “friend of the environment.”

Earlier this year, the two collaborated on a makeup collection for Anne’s beauty brand BLK Cosmetics which was also inspired by their daughters, Dahlia Amelie and Thylane Katana. The limited-edition BLK x Solenn collection featured art by Solenn of florals & botanical elements and included two new multi-palettes and four shades of matte lipsticks.

(ALSO READ: LOOK: Solenn Heussaff and Anne Curtis’ Makeup Collaboration Dedicated to Their Babies)

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Are you excited to know what they have in store for us? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!


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