By Danielle Naer
Designers pulled out all the stops for this season’s childrenswear collections, making for a fabulous assortment to outfit your little ones in. At Stella McCartney, splashy stripes in optimistic hues take center stage, while at Monnalisa ethereal toile-print frocks will suit any and every occasion. Keeping it casual this year? Brunello Cucinelli’s cashmere will do the trick. Start scrolling for the best of summer fashion for the little ones in your life.
Go bold with Stella McCartney’s boisterous hues for boys and girls. The label’s kitschy basketball motif sweatshirt lets “kids be kids” while still keeping things stylish. For girls, the cotton dress with scarlet and bubblegum stripes feels just as playful.
Slip on something fresh this summer with one of Bonpoint’s pristine children’s creations. For more than 40 years this celebrated French label has set the bar when it comes to childrenswear. And this season is no exception, with its linen suits and Liberty-print dresses. Find the perfect look for summer weddings and special events — or a special playdate.
For a casual afternoon of lunching or playing with friends, Brunello Cucinelli serves up low-key sophistication with cashmere sweaters, button-ups and poplin shorts in all the most relaxing colorways and prints.
Couture Kids is the one-stop shop for cool finds from sought after luxury brands — matching Givenchy sets and neon yellow Fendi logo tees included. Polish off this sporty-chic look with pool slides, which they can wear from the beach to the streets.
Care for an adventure? Monnalisa’s Explorer button-up will accompany all your little ones’ journeys this summer — as will the label’s iconic toile-print dress.
Disney cartoon fans will delight in this one. Monnalisa has an array of cartoon-printed duds this season. Paired with a tulle skirt and denim jacket, a Daisy Duck t-shirt is just the way to complete the look. And for him, Donald Duck is a perfect match for seersucker suiting!
Photographer: Andrea Cespedes
Stylist: Mariela Ortega
Models: India and JJ Elias, Shia and Kiara Johnson
Shoot Producer: Shana Kaufman