on 6th July 2010 | 1 Comment »
Gucci recently unveiled its first children’s range, joining the likes of Burberry, Dior, and Dolce & Gabbana who have all introduced kids’ clothes in past years.
It is no surprise that more and more labels are moving into this market, since children’s clothes are more affordable than the designers’ main lines and can buy customers a little piece of their branded universe without splurging.
Here is a selection of children-friendly designers — and who knows, maybe that lower-priced Burberry scarf is even going to fit you.
on 28th June 2010 | 6 Comments »
Gucci and Fendi are launching their first full children’s collections, entering a sector that has weathered the global downturn better than others.
Gucci presented its Gucci Kids line at its historical Firenze boutique during the Pitti Bimbo international childrenswear fair last week.
The line, aimed at children from newborn to age eight includes shoes, dresses, accessories and sunglasses created by Gucci star designer Frida Giannini.
on 9th June 2010 | 1 Comment »
Thanks to the wonderful designers at Gucci, your baby can not only be right on your back or tummy but also sitting there in style.
Priced at $600, the Gucci Baby Carrier is suitable for children from 3 to 9 months or up to 9 kilograms.
on 3rd February 2010 | No Comments »
Audi will attend the International Toy Fair in Nuremberg this month, exhibiting a selected range of toy models and new products from the Audi children’s world.
The four-ring brand will be the first carmaker ever to present a selection of its products at the event, scheduled to take place between February 4-9.
“It’s an exciting project,” Caroline Gerberding, who is responsible for exhibitions and events at Audi AG, said in a release.
on 20th October 2009 | No Comments »
China’s first and leading luxury lifestyle brand, Shanghai Tang, launched a new arrival to their family – the Little Lantern Baby collection.
The Little Lantern collection is inspired by the Lantern Festival that takes place in China each year when children go out at night to temples carrying paper lanterns.
The festival marks the end of the Chinese New Year and has been a celebration of families since ancient times.
on 8th October 2009 | 1 Comment »
Jean Paul Gaultier launches a collection inspired by looks from the 80’s for kids ages 2 to 16 called “Junior Jean-Paul Gaultier”.
The styles include sailor dresses, leopard jackets and cheeky berets….