Oscar de la Renta Launches Girls Collection

10/06/2010 at 01:00 PM ET
Courtesy of Oscar de la Renta

Call up Suri Cruise‘s stylist!

Renowned designer Oscar de la Renta recently debuted a drool-worthy collection ($290 to $350) of dresses for little girls.

And we’re happy to say it’s every bit as beautiful and luxe as his signature line for grown-up ladies.

Made of high-quality silk chine, cotton or silk taffeta, the party-ready frocks are available in two chic silhouettes — cap sleeve and pinafore.

But, they come in a wide array of colorful prints (think bold florals, petite polka-dots and artsy brushstrokes) that aren’t guaranteed to make your little one the belle of the ball.

Standouts include the Sleeveless Floral Cotton Dress ($290, below left) and the Capsleeve Velvet Dress ($350).

Shop the full collection exclusively at Oscar de la Renta boutiques nationwide or online at OscardelaRenta.com.

Courtesy of Oscar de la Renta
Courtesy of Oscar de la Renta

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pia on

those bold flower prints give me a headache! aiieee

nelly on

I want that dress for myself the first one…lol

KC on

They’re so cute! I bet we’ll be seeing Suri in these soon.

Lis on

How nice it must be to have the kind of money to be able to buy your child a $300+ dress that she’ll grow out of in a few months! Oy!

izzy on

i want ALL of these dresses for MYSELF! kudos mr. de la renta.

before some posters get all crazy about how expensive these dresses are, remember this is a celebrity site. these posts aren’t actual advertisements for us common peasants lol

anonymous on

Okay, celebrity or not; wealthy or not, it’s just ridiculous to spend several hundred dollars on a girl’s dress, unless it’s for a special occasion. But even then, that’s still a lot of money. Well known designers use their leverage to create any new collection they want, and expect people to pay top dollar just bc of their name. We’ve already been through a huge wake up call or major awakening in the last several years, and designers have now scaled down with lower prices. Why don’t they work with stores like Target and Kohl’s? It’s silly to waste money like this, all so that you can say your child is wearing “designer” clothes.

Ellea on

That first dress is so cute. I would buy it for my daughter and keep it as an heirloom or loan it out. I don’t have a lot of money but when somethings beautiful its hard to put a price on it.

brannon on

Love them!! Not crazy about a lot of designer lines for kids but these are gorgeous! Can’t wait! The capsleeve velvet is perfection! Though she may need the floral as well…

TC on

I personally wouldn’t spend that much on a dress for a small child that would only wear it a few times but to each their own.

I don’t like any of the designs or patterns of the dresses here they just seem to bright for my taste🙂

Anna on

I don’t like the fabrics and the dresses look quite simple to me. Something you could make yourself for a fraction of the cost.

Hea on

Ugly ugly ugly clothes.

kelli on

good luck Suri! youll be the only fool who has to wear these overpriced dresses! and the prints are hideous!

FC on

Hmph! The polka-dot one is fine, though I could find it for a very small fraction of what Oscar’s version cost. The other two floral print dresses are giving me vertigo!

Not my cup of tea at all! I could be a year’s worth or more of clothes with what it costs to buy a tiny frock that they’ll outgrow before you get your money’s worth.

Hea on

kelli – Why call a little child a fool?

Asa on

how about you find similar patterns and make ur daughter these adorable dresses? it will be a whole lot cheaper… like someone said, these dresses are too expensive for a child to only wear a few times before she grows out of it…. sewing classes?! fabric?! and there you go! classic!

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