DVF for Gap Kids Hits Stores

DVF for Gap Kids

 

am mad for all the wonderful affordable lines for H&M and Target and now Gap has re-entered the race in an unexpected way.  Gap teamed up with Diane von Furstenberg to create the GapKids + DVF collection exclusively for girls ranging from newborn to age fourteen.  The collection captures the essence of a little girl’s dream wardrobe, as imagined by an icon of American women’s fashion.

The collection features iconic DVF prints, signature silhouettes and a bold color palette which translates into magical dresses that aspire to Mommy’s style as well as provide Summer wardrobe essentials including easy t-shirt dresses, jersey tanks, graphic t-shirts, blazers, capri leggings and swimwear.  The legendary DVF wrap is re-invented with a child-like higher waist detail, in structured cotton or as a jersey romper shape for babies and toddlers.

Accessories including printed knot sandals, sunglasses, beach bags and sunhats, provide all the wardrobe building blocks that empower a young girl to playfully experiment with her evolving style and individuality, from pretty girlish dresses to rough and tumble essentials.

Diane von Furstenberg comments, “I am thrilled to collaborate with Gap on this playful collection for girls. It is timeless…colorful…effortless. To empower a little girl is to empower the women she is to become!”   

Prices range from $20 to $120 and the collection will be available in Gap US stores from 10am EST and on gap.com from 12pm EST on Thursday March 15th  the same day.  With my niece approaching two and the recent dramatic birth of my friend Beka’s baby girl in a NY cab, I am all about these super cute looks for tiny fashionistas!

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That Girl At the Party

I am a proud blogger of 10 years, Founder of Canappetit, PR person, Web Entrepreneur, Founder of the Let Love Festival and the Henley Foundation , aunt to 9 and human to Bodhi and Yoko Rey

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