From impeccable tailoring to delicate palettes and the most opulent fabrics, these designers create clothes that are the thing of dreams.
Inspired by an enchanted woodland, Dolce & Gabbana’s Autumn/Winter 2014 collection oozes imagination onto elaborate designs, always sophisticated, yet always age-appropriate. For pretty little missies, the Italian brand’s key print has trickled down from ladieswear, finding it’s way onto rich, crotched dresses and thick brocade pieces. Little gents can emulate daddy in their wool and silk mix suit, with a satin finish for a silk-soft touch.
Dior is synonymous with elegance, with impeccably constructed fashion that exudes romanticism.From their blush-toned silk dresses to their cashmere outerwear with real fur trims, the French label is faultless. For a slice of Italian beauty, Monnalisa’s dresses with layers of voluminous tulle in fabulously feminine shapes make charming outfits for formal occasions and their padded coats ensure a little one will stay snug all winter long.
From summer ceremony season to winter party season, a little dude in a tiny tux is timeless. Whether it’s a crisp white shirt, silk two-piece or a pair of leather brogues, it’s time to kit him out in the slickest suits couture can offer. They will make a mini style statement in Aquascutum’s three-piece suit, complete with intricate wool pinstripes, satin accents and an adjustable waistband for a tailored fit. A shot of colour comes in the form of Billionaire’s cobalt blue suit, perfect when teamed with a vibrant shirt and canvas shoes.
Budding ballerinas need a sugary confection of sweet, dance-ready pieces, teamed with tasteful trinkets and sparkling pumps. Mischka Aoki’s show-stopping pieces are pure art forms within themselves, structured with layers of tumbling tulle and filigree features. Just as coveted, Norwegian brand Pale Cloud pride themselves on the expression of style through children with coffee-coloured silks and regal equestrian prints.
Originally featured on Childrensalon Lifestyle