Net-A-Porter Now Carries These Exclusive Cult Kidswear Brands
After launching three childrenswear pop-ups, Net-A-Porter is back with more. Featuring capsules from a sharp edit of seven brands for ages one to 12, the styles are modern and relaxed for boys and girls on the go. Best part? With the exception of Veja Kids, they're all exclusive to the site and miniature versions of fashion insiders' cult favourites. Here they are:
1/7 Yeah Right NYC Kids
The cute tees from Yeah Right NYC now come in littler sizes, embroidered with playful references like “Ice Queen”.
2/7 Alanui Kids
It’s hard to find the perfect Navajo-inspired cardigan for your kiddo, right? All sorted. This Italian label is known for knitwear that pays homage to Native-American motifs, and each cardigan is hand-crafted from cashmere. Plus, the cardigans are identical to the adult version so the details are impressive.
3/7 Chinti and Parker Kids
This Brit, ethical fashion brand is known for their intarsia jumpers, and now they’ve made it tiny for your Tatlings. Find timeless stripes, stars and hearts in their exclusive collaboration with Net-A-Porter, and there’re matching trackpants too—now how’s that for the perfect flight outfit?
4/7 Golden Goose Deluxe Brand Kids
Can we get enough of Golden Goose sneakers? They're even more adorable when tiny! The most iconic styles have been remade for kids: Choose between a purposefully-distressed sneaker (what they’re known for) for full-on glitter/leopard print. Note: The Golden Goose Deluxe Brand Kids kicks are identified by the cute smiley face detail on the rubber sole.
5/7 Lingua Franca Kids
Soft, hand-washable cashmere sweaters, embroidered with playful phrases. Our favourite: “Original Gangster”. Even the naughtiest kids will look adorable in it.
6/7 ATM Kids
Like its adult counterpart by Anthony Thomas Melillo, find basics cut to perfection. For his kids line, elements like tie-dye has been incorporated—in the coolest way possible.
7/7 Veja Kids
Sneakers that look good at a party and tough enough for the playground? Yes! The Parisian footwear brand is also known for being socially conscious and uses organic materials and fair trade sourcing.