Kids Designer Clothes

Summer Season Girls Dresses Stunner

To celebrate summer season we are super excited to feature our fave girls dresses stunner showcase. For the spring and summer season 2017 we love tulle, silk, and soft cotton best choices for hot weather. Girls dresses are all about posh couture detail and princess creativity for the most amazing fun. Perfect for birthday parties, afternoon tea, play dates, special occasions and more…. Wondering which girls dresses will be the most popular for spring and summer season?? No worries weRead More

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Coach x Colette Kids Limited Edition

Coach x Colette have teamed up to offer a limited edition of kids unisex clothes! Parisian meets New York City in a boutique style of fast-forward trendy kids fashion. The unisex concept makes the clothes carefree and unlimited by boundaries. Coach x Colette The collection is now available for a limited time at COACH.com price ranges from $40.00 to $695.00.  Kids clothes with cutesy mascots like Rexy the T. Rex, Steggy the Stegosaurus, Tricky the Triceratops, and Woolly the Woolly Mammoth. The phone caseRead More

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Balmain Army Adds Most Influential Fashion Kids #BalmainKids

Stop the press…have you heard Balmain is launching their children’s collection in June of 2016. If you love the kids fashion that North West wears then you will adore the new Balmain Spring-Summer collection. All of the world’s most beautiful kids will be wearing this collection come spring and summer. The 55-piece collection for boys and girls ages six to 14 will range in price from €190 (about $206) for a sleeveless T-shirt to €5,500 (about $5,970) for an embroidered dress. Creative director Olivier Rousteing oversaw the production of the collectionRead More

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Harrods Elevates Kids Designer Clothes Shopping Experiences

Harrods unveiled the first stages of their Mini Superbrands kids designer clothes shopping experiences, transforming the floor’s first room into branded boutiques by Dior, Gucci, Loro Piana and other major luxury brands. Harrods Elevates Kids Designer Clothes According to luxurydaily.com the children’s clothing concept is found on the fourth floor in the children’s wear department and mimics the Superbrands adult space on the retailer’s first floor. As with the adult-focused Superbrands, Mini Superbrands will be dedicated to leading luxury labels such as Christian Dior,Read More

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Little Marc Jacobs F/W 2015 Kids Fashion Must Have Essentials

When it comes to children’s fashion Little Marc Jacobs is the hottest choice for Fall / Winter 2015 and beyond. High fashion from the runway in mini size options. The entire collection is simply stunning and perfect for boys and girls. Our CharmPosh kids fashion editors have spotted the must have essentials from the Little Marc Jacobs F/W 2015 collection just for kids fashion. We love the “look of fur” and “unisex” tweed tailored blazer and matching tweed trousers with urban spirit appeal.Read More

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Girls Dolce & Gabbana Winter 2016 Collection

September 14, 2015 Kids Clothes, Kids Designer Clothes

The Dolce & Gabbana Winter 2016 collection for girls is simply adorable. It’s fun and classy all at the same time. In the best winter time hues that standout in the crowd. All we can is that “Dolce & Gabbana” has done it yet again in a very big way… Stay tuned for our coverage on Dolce & Gabbana Winter 2016 collections for boys and babies…. Here are our top picks from Dolce & Gabbana Winter 2016 collection for girls to wearRead More

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