Givenchy Debuts Its First Kids Collection


North West and Blue Ivy have been the lucky beneficiaries of bespoke Givenchy designs for the past couple of years, but today the fashion house has revealed its first official collection for children. Riccardo Tisci announced the launch of Givenchy Kids back when he was still creative director in December 2016, but it’s not clear whether or not he actually designed this first collection.

Including 60 pieces for girls, 40 for boys, and 30 for babies, the full debut range clocks in with 130 items total and ranges from €80 for a simple tee to €300 for a coat. Slated to launch in July in key retails locations in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and America, the line is centered around “mini-me” versions of familiar Givenchy runway looks, in addition to a selection of replica couture pieces for extra special events—like maybe your baby girl’s first birthday party or even her own christening.

Not that we’re keeping count, but it’s interesting to note that Givenchy Kids is one of the more affordable ranges of designer childrenswear on the market right now. Olivier Rousteing’s latest collection for the youngest members of the #BalmainArmy will set whoever’s paying back a minimum of 0 for a pair of cotton sweatpants to a maximum of ,525 for a silk bomber jacket.


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