Unless your last name is “West” or “Carter,” it’s typically very hard (impossible, basically) to get your hands on pint-sized Givenchy. But, as we’ve seen before with Balmain and Adidas, these famous toddlers’ fashion influence extends beyond simply getting one-of-one designer goods — they might actually light that spark for brands to delve into children’s wear. Riccardo Tisci’s Givenchy is the latest fashion house to take the plunge, WWD reports, with a kids collection set to drop in fall ’17.
Sure, Tisci has gained experience in designing for much smaller proportions from dressing the Kardashian-West kin. But for this venture, the French luxury house he helms is partnering with CFW, a licensing firm that focuses on producing and distributing children’s fashion, according to the publication. Still, Tisci and his team will oversee all the creative — so we presume it’ll be to North West’s liking.
Last we checked, North was holding out for some new baby Balenciaga, and Blue Ivy was vying for a Gucci contract. But we imagine both of those fashion pursuits will be put on hold once this fresh Givenchy drops in July.
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