DVF For Gap Kids: 2012 Spring Fashion Line From Diane von Furstenberg

On March 15th, the collaboration between GapKids and Diane von Furstenberg that we have long been waiting for will hit select stores and Gap online. Diane alongside the design team at Gap, have created a collection true to her unique style while weaving through designs that will delight little girls as well as their mothers. Iconic prints, signature silhouettes and a bold color palette translate into stunning dresses that could very well be DVF “Mini Me” styles as they look very similar to the women’s fashion line.

Summer wardrobe essentials from DVF for GapKids & BabyGap include breezy tees, dresses, tanks, shorts, capris, leggings and swimwear as well as a ton of fun accessories and footwear including sunglases, espadrilles and sandals. Look closely and you’ll notice vintage Diane von Furstenberg prints icnluding the infamous hibiscus and leaf motifs! This in combination with Gap’s relaxed style is truly a match made i heaven. Even Diane’s legendary wrap is re-invented with a child-like higher waist detail.

The combination of chic elegance and child-like playfullness is suberb! Star pieces such as the navy strip seersucker blazer are customized witha  ‘Diane von Furstenberg’ crest and badges with the ‘DVF Gap’ logo and Diane’s personal matnra ‘Love is Life’. Look for vintage prints appearing in the baby line as well as adorabe bodysuits, rompers, rattles and wait for it…diaper bags!

Will you be one of the parents lining up in front of Gap on March 15th?

A mom to two girls and a baby boy, a writer and the publisher of Child Mode. As a lover of style and fashion, Nadia found her ‘niche’ and love of children’s clothing while searching for quality items for her family.


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4 Responses to "DVF For Gap Kids: 2012 Spring Fashion Line From Diane von Furstenberg"

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  1. Terumi

    February 22, 2012 at 11:02 am

    Oh I love this collection- I may have to line up:)

  2. Lisa

    February 22, 2012 at 7:07 pm

    Nope, NMS, but that’s a good thing for my pocket book!

  3. B

    February 27, 2012 at 5:43 pm

    Diane von Furstenberg’s designs for young girls have wonderful color. The length of dresses, however, is SICKENING!!! Our children have NO chance of becoming balanced human beings if they are taught from childhood to flaunt their bodies sexually. Give peace a chance GAP!

  4. Elaviv

    February 29, 2012 at 11:33 am

    In response to B – why is the length sickening? My childhood pictures and MY mom’s childhood pictures all show dresses that were well above the knee. We’re talking 70’s for me, and 50’s for my Mom. These styles are shift and A-line and the length is very cute. I don’t see any flaunting here, if you see that, maybe you’re the problem…not the clothes.

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