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Givenchy Opens Their Design Book To Include A Children’s Collection


Givenchy Opens Their Design Book To Include A Children’s Collection

Aside from dressing some of the most famous kids, including North and Saint West, along with Blue Ivy Carter, creative director Riccardo Tisci has opened their palette to include a new line of children’s clothing.

This collection of adult mini me clothes will be considered the brand’s first ever collection of children’s clothes outside of dressing the West children and Beyoncé’s first child.


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According to WWD, Tisci, who is great friends with Km Kardashian and Beyoncé, plans to release a collection twice a year consisting of a 130 piece collection being broken up into 60 pieces for girls, 40 for boys and 30 for babies.

While the prices of these products come in euros, Us Weekly reports that this mini me collection will be as pricey as every other piece in their adult collection.

They will range from $96.30 to $107 for T-shirts, $117.70 to $160.50 for shirts and blouses, $139.10 and up for pants, $214 and up for jackets, $321 and up for coats, $85.60 and up for baby T-shirts, and $149.80 and up for baby dresses and pajamas.

This twice a year collection is being masterminded by the new artist director for Givenchy, Clare Waight Keller, who says that they want to distribute their products to 150 stores around the world, including locations in Europe, the Middle East, the U.S, and Asia, which should be seen around July.

“You definitely have some existing customers wanting to have their kids wearing a similar outfit and then you’ll also have some people coming for the first time, like for gifting. The two are well interlinked,” says fashion writer Christopher Morency.

“It’s an organic extension,” Givenchy CEO Philippe Fortunato, adding that the brand has been getting requests for children’s wear from its celebrity clientele for years. “It’s not about putting the logo on a commercial product, it’s really an extrapolation of a certain look, turning it into a very candid and romantic way of dressing the next generation of customers.”

Check out some of the looks above and let us know if you plan on lacing your child in this exclusive collection.

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