Following an early look at its upcoming playset collection, Le Toy Van has pulled back the curtain on its next collection of wooden toys. Designed in London with a dash of French flair, the new toys will debut at Toy Fair New York, taking place Feb. 22-25 at the Jacob K. Javits Center. The entire collection of heirloom quality play pieces is designed to foster traditional unplugged play at an affordable price.
The Petilou collection of baby and toddler toys features sustainable Rubberwood pieces decorated with water-based paints. The Honeybake collection is Le Toy Van’s role-play line.
Hollywood Film Camera by Honeybake
Kids can shout “lights, camera, action” with this vintage-style camera. It includes a spinning cog feature and a kaleidoscope lens for an extra layer of discovery.
Sweets & Candy Set by Honeybake
Kids can pretend that they’re off to the movies with this nostalgic Sweet Set filled with chunky play candy that comes in a retro striped bag.
Star Beauty Bag by Honeybake
This pretend cosmetic bag offers endless possibilities to create a bit of movie-star-glamour. It includes a wooden perfume bottle with a bulb atomizer, a handheld mirror, a hairdryer, a shell compact makeup kit, lotion, nail polish, and lipstick — all crafted from chunky wood pieces perfect for little hands.
Apples & Pears Market Crate by Honeybake
Kids can pretend that they’re shopping the farmer’s market with this crate of fruits made from sustainable Rubberwood.
Farm Eggs – Half Dozen by Honeybake
Six solid and sustainable Rubberwood eggs come packed in a slotted wooden crate for tucking them away at the end of the day.
Building Blocks & Bag by Petilou
The 60-piece block set has no instructions, no rules, and no goals. Kids can enjoy classic, open-ended block play by building things up just to topple them down.
Africa Stacker & Bag by Petilou
This stacker features wooden animals, including a giraffe, a lion, an elephant, a zebra, a monkey, a rhino, a cheetah, a crocodile, and a parrot.
Le Toy Van will show its new collection in booth No. 6380.
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