About Us

cloud and bunny, childrens store, consignment, chicago,

About Cloud & Bunny

Cloud and Bunny is a social enterprise children’s boutique in Chicago featuring luxury products at affordable prices.

We stock a rotating selection of books, toys, and clothing from ages newborn to 12 years in a light-filled corner storefront that is bold, colorful, and fun.

We love getting to know our customers (young and old) by name and are proud to be a community hub for local families. We welcome families from all corners of the city, to stop by the shop and become our friends and clients.

About Maja

Cloud & Bunny owner Maja Haraslic is a mother and a long-time Chicago resident.

She founded Cloud & Bunny as a way to merge her love of fashion and design with her desire to spend more time with her daughter, give back to the community, and embrace a more sustainable lifestyle.

Maja was educated at the Chicago Academy for the Arts and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she earned a degree in Art History and Design.
She has a passion for high-end retail and worked in the fashion and Interior Design industry for several years prior to opening Cloud & Bunny.


She arrived in the United States in 1996 as a refugee from Bosnia.

She and her family benefited greatly from others’ philanthropy during that period, and Maja wants to use her gifts to give back to the community that has given her so much over the years.

As a mother, Maja knows how quickly the years pass -- and how quickly children outgrow the clothes and toys we love so much!

By finding new homes for used children’s items, together we can reduce waste and prolong the life of your beloved children’s items.

Our philanthropy

Cloud & Bunny is a social enterprise children’s resale shop. In addition to donating clothing items we choose not to sell to community organizations benefiting local families in need, we donate $1 to local non-profit organizations for every dollar sold in the shop.

In the past, we’ve donated to World Relief, Heartland Alliance and Refugee One, but choose new organizations to support from time-to-time based on current events and unanticipated needs.