If there’s one fashion designer who was born to do a kids’ range, it’s Markus Lupfer. Known for his original use of bold print and colour (I love his Totes Amaze! sequin knit) Markus has previously done collaborations with Topshop and Whistles. But this is the collection I’m really excited about…
The designer has joined forces with Donna Air (you know, off of ace TV show Byker Grove and 90s girlband Crush) to create a capsule range for Debenhams. And it’s everything you could have hoped for. Bright colours, eye-catching slogans, kitsch logos… and bloomin’ reasonably priced too. Starting from £10 for leggings, £14 for tees, £20 for sweatshirts and £24 for knits, the collection comes in age four to age 14. (The range starting at age four is so not going to stop me from buying something though – even if my two-year-old wears one of the tees as a dress, I’m going to get involved!)
The range goes online tomorrow (Thursday 22nd November 2012) and then in store from Monday 26th November. Tempted yet? Wait til you see some of the sneak preview snaps I took at today’s launch…
Too cool for school…literally x
You’re right. Way too cool for school. I dress my toddler in her plainest, cheapest clothes when she’s at nursery (they invariably come back covered in paint/food) and save the nice stuff for the weekend.
Love, love, love, LOVE. That is all.
Me too! Are you tempted to buy anything for your little girl to grow into?!