The the French label Givenchy will release a 130-piece streetwear-inspired collection for kids. Scheduled to hit the stores in July, the Givenchy Kids Line will comprise 60 pieces for girls, 40 for boys and 30 for babies. This is the first kids’ collection for fashion brand, however its former Creative Designer Riccardo Tisci made a few custom pieces for North West and he also created a custom Givenchy dress for Beyoncé’s daughter Blue Ivy to wear for a Vogue photoshoot.
Givenchy Kids Line is designed in accordance with the style seen in men’s and women’s ready-to-wear collections. The childrenswear collection comprises a complete wardrobe starring iconic pieces in “mini me” versions for babies and children aged 0-12 years.
Set to make its debut in 150 stores worldwide, including multi-brand stores and the CFW concept store Kids Around, Givenchy Kids range is made of streetwear-inspired pieces, denim, house classics and a selection of couture looks for special occasions.
Givenchy Kids Line will be created in the fashion house’s in-house studio, helmed by new artistic director Clare Waight Keller, while Paris-based licensee CWF Group will produce and distribute the merchandise. Pricing will start at about $85.60 for baby T-shirts all the way to $321 for children’s coats.