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Stella McCartney To Design Collection For GapKids And babyGap

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Stella McCartney has announced that she’s working on a new collection of children’s fashion for GapKids and babyGap. That’s right, your kids will be able to afford something from Stella well before you can!

The line, expected to be out later this year, is something that McCartney has always wanted to pursue. “For years now I’ve wanted to create a collection for kids, it’s something I’ve often been asked about,” McCartney revealed to Vogue. “I believe that this one off collaboration will be a great way for customers to be able to participate in the Stella McCartney brand.”

We’re hoping that Stella continues her animal-free design style with this new collaboration. I guess if she’s putting her name on it, we can safely assume that’s going to carry over. “I believe that kids clothing should be more accessibly priced, which is particularly important at the moment given the current climate,” the designer said. “It’s really exciting for us to do a boys and girls collection for the first time.”

Vogue via FameBaby

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