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Unveiled: Givenchy children’s collection set to debut this fall

Givenchy’s not going to let the adults have all the fun. Announced just last week, the French label will be expanding its burgeoning fashion universe to include the little ones — and it starts this fall.

Givenchy children's collection FW17

What started out as a fun project in dressing up famous tots such as North West and Blue Ivy has clearly struck a chord with Riccardo Tisci and the fashion brand. The massive 130-piece collection — 60 for girls, 40 for boys and 30 for babies — is centred around some of Givenchy’s most iconic designs for the grown-ups. This “mini-me” concept will include runway looks, as well as some replica couture pieces that are great for extra special occasions.

Givenchy children's collection FW17

Babies will be outfitted in soft T-shirts with the adorable message “I Feel Love”, alongside couture-inspired layette accessories and bears in a precious palette of white, pearl grey, heather grey, dewy pink and ecru, punctuated with touches of red.

Boys and girls will see an edgier colour scheme of blue, black, red and anthracite. Casual “Givenchy Paris” slogan tees will also be included, and hoodies and sweater dresses will see the same message as the one on the infants’.

Givenchy children's collection FW17

To ensure the kids stay on-trend all year round, Givenchy will produce two collections for the children’s wear collection annually, and prices are slated to range between €80 (S$120) for a tee to €150 (S$225) for trousers, dresses or pyjamas. Coats will cost approximately €300 (S$450).

The Givenchy children’s collection will debut in stores July 2017, and if the adults’ range is anything to go by, you’ll want to pop by the store the minute it’s out.

Shatricia Nair
Managing Editor
Shatricia Nair is a motoring, watches, and wellness writer who is perpetually knee-deep in the world of V8s, tourbillons, and the latest fitness trends. She is fuelled by peanut butter and three cups of coffee a day.
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