Children’s Fashion Special: How The Bright Young Things Are Stepping Up Their Sartorial Game

Children's fashion is having a moment. Think laser-cut leather, nautical prints and whimsical add-ons. Cute just got chic...

We may be in the midst of fashion month, where the most talented and innovative womenswear designers are showcasing their creations for the fash pack to swoon over, but let’s take a second to ponder the rise of kids’ fashion.

Thanks to the likes of Harper Beckham, who, according to David Beckham, already chooses her own outfits (take a look at some of Harper’s best sartorial moments), Blue Ivy (these photos of Queen Bey’s little one are too cute) Suri Cruise (she apparently owns a pair of bespoke Christian Louboutins) and Skyler Berman (Rachel Zoe’s little boy was spotted in a Missoni cardi when he was just a few months old), children’s fashion keeps getting chicer and cuter.

Don’t believe us? Take a look at these achingly cute pics of celebrity kids.

Today’s celebrity tots walk the red carpet, have their own stylists and sit FROW with their ultra-stylish mothers and dapper dads – we love Julianne Moore’s 11-year-old daughter Liv, who accompanied her to the Reed Krakoff show during New York Fashion Week last season – and don’t get us started on Harper and David at every single one of Victoria Beckham’s shows. And if you thought David Beckham was the cutest celebrity dad of them all? You can think again.

And that’s just the regular, run-of-the-mill A-list kids, we cannot wait to see the kinds of togs the Duchess of Cambridge will dress royal baby Prince George in once he starts making public appearances. While we wait for George’s first foray into fashion, here are some previous, and gorgeous, royal baby pictures.

To celebrate the rise of these bright young things, check out our special children’s designer fashion shopping edit.

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