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Gavin Lodge

CEO, E.C. Knox

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Gavin Lodge (Broadway actor and stylish dad) wanted a slick, masculine diaper bag when he was expecting his first son; a bag stating “I’m proud to be a new dad, but I haven’t lost my sense of style.” Such a bag didn’t exist. So he created it, himself.

After much trial and error, networking and coffee dates (often on playgrounds), Gavin’s first product,  “The Ellison Carryall ,” is now available at Barneys, Barneys.com and chic boutiques across the country. While the designer daddy diaper bags are the foundation of the brand, you will see new collections in winter, 2020, as ECKnox expands to be a lifestyle company for stylish parenting. Our core mission is to be first in mind when fathers think of everyday fashion and parenting.

Art Changes Everyday Life. But Why Bother?

Art Changes Everyday Life. But Why Bother?

A conversation I had with myself while waiting in January sub-freezing temperatures for two hours to spend about five minutes in an art exhibit so I could feel cultural and be able to Insta-brag. I had some real epiphanies about parenting and art…mainly: Art changes...

Culturing My Kiddos with Museums and Experiences

Culturing My Kiddos with Museums and Experiences

My mother was an inordinately thorough tourist and, I admit, when it comes to culturing my kiddos, this apple didn't fall far from its tree. But with my mom, it could be 6pm and we'd have been in a museum for the previous five hours and my mom would still be reading...

Discussing Race with My Toddler: 3 1/2 Baby Steps

On this Martin Luther King, Jr Day, and after a conversation I had with some narrow minds over the holidays, I’m venturing into discussing race with my toddler. I'll make it as digestible and relatable with 3 short lessons. Or make that 3 1/2. Have empathy for people...

The Reason for the Season

The Reason for the Season

Though I loathe the culture war centered around “putting the ‘Christ’ back into ‘Christmas'”, I’m definitely one who wants my children to know the reason behind every season, or in most cases…holiday. This applies most especially to holidays as “abstract” as Veteran’s...

Santa With a Side of Jesus

Santa With a Side of Jesus

I know - I'm exhausting: I just can't abide y kids NOT undersatnding the reason behind any celebration, and so even at Christmas (even though we aren't regular church-goers), I need my kids to have Santa with a side of Jesus. Or vice-versa. But let's be honest: our...

Unburdening Social Obligations

Last night, my partner’s brother came over with his sons (ages 16 and 13). They’re great doting cousins. My kids were excited for their arrival, but when they walked into the house, my older kid promptly veered into "shy kid" land, wanting to “play indoors” and not...

Counting Calories for a Healthy Summer

Counting Calories for a Healthy Summer

So I started counting calories for a healthy summer project. We're a healthy eating family. My kids will eat just about everything. (Thanks to my insanity early in their early eating lives to become foodies.) And I’m grateful to say I’m not concerned about my weight....

How To Get My Kids To Eat Everything

I’m that guy who's obsessed with how to get my kids to eat everything. Often, they do. Other parents hate me for it. Mwahahahaha. At home, we have plenty of dinner drama over the introduction of new foods. Plenty. But we don’t negotiate. “Kids, here’s dinner. Take it...

Art Changes Everyday Life. But Why Bother?

Art Changes Everyday Life. But Why Bother?

A conversation I had with myself while waiting in January sub-freezing temperatures for two hours to spend about five minutes in an art exhibit so I could feel cultural and be able to Insta-brag. I had some real epiphanies about parenting and art…mainly: Art changes...

Culturing My Kiddos with Museums and Experiences

Culturing My Kiddos with Museums and Experiences

My mother was an inordinately thorough tourist and, I admit, when it comes to culturing my kiddos, this apple didn't fall far from its tree. But with my mom, it could be 6pm and we'd have been in a museum for the previous five hours and my mom would still be reading...

Discussing Race with My Toddler: 3 1/2 Baby Steps

On this Martin Luther King, Jr Day, and after a conversation I had with some narrow minds over the holidays, I’m venturing into discussing race with my toddler. I'll make it as digestible and relatable with 3 short lessons. Or make that 3 1/2. Have empathy for people...

The Reason for the Season

The Reason for the Season

Though I loathe the culture war centered around “putting the ‘Christ’ back into ‘Christmas'”, I’m definitely one who wants my children to know the reason behind every season, or in most cases…holiday. This applies most especially to holidays as “abstract” as Veteran’s...

Santa With a Side of Jesus

Santa With a Side of Jesus

I know - I'm exhausting: I just can't abide y kids NOT undersatnding the reason behind any celebration, and so even at Christmas (even though we aren't regular church-goers), I need my kids to have Santa with a side of Jesus. Or vice-versa. But let's be honest: our...

Unburdening Social Obligations

Last night, my partner’s brother came over with his sons (ages 16 and 13). They’re great doting cousins. My kids were excited for their arrival, but when they walked into the house, my older kid promptly veered into "shy kid" land, wanting to “play indoors” and not...

Counting Calories for a Healthy Summer

Counting Calories for a Healthy Summer

So I started counting calories for a healthy summer project. We're a healthy eating family. My kids will eat just about everything. (Thanks to my insanity early in their early eating lives to become foodies.) And I’m grateful to say I’m not concerned about my weight....

How To Get My Kids To Eat Everything

I’m that guy who's obsessed with how to get my kids to eat everything. Often, they do. Other parents hate me for it. Mwahahahaha. At home, we have plenty of dinner drama over the introduction of new foods. Plenty. But we don’t negotiate. “Kids, here’s dinner. Take it...

Art Changes Everyday Life. But Why Bother?

Art Changes Everyday Life. But Why Bother?

A conversation I had with myself while waiting in January sub-freezing temperatures for two hours to spend about five minutes in an art exhibit so I could feel cultural and be able to Insta-brag. I had some real epiphanies about parenting and art…mainly: Art changes...

Culturing My Kiddos with Museums and Experiences

Culturing My Kiddos with Museums and Experiences

My mother was an inordinately thorough tourist and, I admit, when it comes to culturing my kiddos, this apple didn't fall far from its tree. But with my mom, it could be 6pm and we'd have been in a museum for the previous five hours and my mom would still be reading...

Discussing Race with My Toddler: 3 1/2 Baby Steps

On this Martin Luther King, Jr Day, and after a conversation I had with some narrow minds over the holidays, I’m venturing into discussing race with my toddler. I'll make it as digestible and relatable with 3 short lessons. Or make that 3 1/2. Have empathy for people...

The Reason for the Season

The Reason for the Season

Though I loathe the culture war centered around “putting the ‘Christ’ back into ‘Christmas'”, I’m definitely one who wants my children to know the reason behind every season, or in most cases…holiday. This applies most especially to holidays as “abstract” as Veteran’s...

Santa With a Side of Jesus

Santa With a Side of Jesus

I know - I'm exhausting: I just can't abide y kids NOT undersatnding the reason behind any celebration, and so even at Christmas (even though we aren't regular church-goers), I need my kids to have Santa with a side of Jesus. Or vice-versa. But let's be honest: our...

Unburdening Social Obligations

Last night, my partner’s brother came over with his sons (ages 16 and 13). They’re great doting cousins. My kids were excited for their arrival, but when they walked into the house, my older kid promptly veered into "shy kid" land, wanting to “play indoors” and not...

Counting Calories for a Healthy Summer

Counting Calories for a Healthy Summer

So I started counting calories for a healthy summer project. We're a healthy eating family. My kids will eat just about everything. (Thanks to my insanity early in their early eating lives to become foodies.) And I’m grateful to say I’m not concerned about my weight....

How To Get My Kids To Eat Everything

I’m that guy who's obsessed with how to get my kids to eat everything. Often, they do. Other parents hate me for it. Mwahahahaha. At home, we have plenty of dinner drama over the introduction of new foods. Plenty. But we don’t negotiate. “Kids, here’s dinner. Take it...

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FOUNDER E.C.KNOX

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It's about time someone designed a diaper bag for dads that is stylish and functional! I have to say this was one of the coolest gifts I received.

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