First Dolce & Gabbana offered mini versions of their garden party-esque, floral-print dresses. Then Gucci made baby-sized driving loafers. The latest designer label to offer childrenswear is Chloe.
Chloe’s line hit the site today, according to the company’s Twitter.
— Chloé (@chloefashion) August 24, 2017
The collection contains brown leather overalls, aqua and white knit tops, pretty peasant dresses and tailored jeans that fit the design house’s boho-inspired, French aesthetic. There are also a few fur pieces and several quilted pastel jackets.
The line evokes an ethereal easy-going vibe, while the garments contain unique extras like appliques, military-inspired buttons and braided trims. Prices start at $65 for a t-shirt and cap out at $925 for leather dungarees, but on average the items range from $200-$600.
If you can afford to buy your children a designer wardrobe, this is one collection you won’t want to miss.