Luxury Brands Release New Collections For Children

This holiday season, pamper and dress your kids to the nines with these newest luxury collections made just for them.

These days, luxury brands have been catering to not only adults, but also the youngest generations. From funky and colorful to classic and comfortable, these designer labels carry a wide selection for babies and children.

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Baby Dior’s skincare line

In 1970, Dior launched an infant perfume line. In a reimagining of the original product, the brand has released a four-piece skincare collection specially made for babies.

Baby Dior's new skincare line
Image via Instagram @babydior

Featuring a scented water, moisturizer, cleaning foam, and a cleaning water, Dior calls the collection “a complete skincare line for little ones.”

The new products are available online and at select Baby Dior and Parfums Christian Dior boutiques.

Louis Vuitton’s holiday baby collection

Earlier this year in March, Louis Vuitton unveiled its first baby collection. For the colder months, the brand has launched a new capsule collection dedicated to infants.

Louis Vuitton's holiday capsule collection for infants
Image via Louis Vuitton’s website

The collection consists of playsuits, coats, knit cardigans, and dresses that feature the brand’s Meli-Melo motif. A jacquard knitted set comes in two colorways and bears Louis Vuitton’s classic iconography.

Beyond clothes, the collection also includes footwear such as leather booties, shearling booties, and leather Mary Janes. Complete your baby’s look with matching beanies and mittens. The collection is available on the website.

Stella McCartney Kids’ Autumn Winter 2023 collection

Stella McCartney’s designs for children are colorful, bright, and funky, a perfect match for their youthful energy.

Stella McCartney Kids' Autumn Winter 2023 collection
Image via Instagram @stellakids

The brand’s Autumn Winter 2023 collection features denim made from plant-based materials, puffer coats that use recycled materials, and knitwear crafted from organic cotton. According to the designer, the cotton was grown using 70% less water compared to conventional cotton.

Stella McCartney’s kids collection goes to show that fashion doesn’t need to harm the environment. The clothing line celebrates “Mother Earth’s ability to inspire imagination.” Learn more about the collection online.

Banner image via Instagram @stellakids.

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