Sneak Peek: Stella McCartney Kids Collection

10/21/2010 at 10:00 AM ET
Courtesy Stella McCartney Kids

In just a couple of weeks, Stella McCartney‘s much-anticipated children’s line will finally become available — but in the meantime, anxious fans can take a peek of the full collection here, courtesy of British Vogue.

The adorable designs are everything you’d expect from the popular designer, who has already created two hugely successful lines for GapKids earlier this year.

Yellow wellies punch up easy-to-wear items that come in soft, subdued shades.

And each style has a cool kid’s name including the Ingrid floral print dress and the Sam wool/cashmere blend peacoat.


The collection ($20 to $155) will be sold in the designer’s boutiques and online at starting Nov. 3.

McCartney is certainly keeping herself busy. In addition to launching her first childrenswear line, the mom-of-three is set to make another important debut later this fall — her fourth child!

Hana Choi

Courtesy Stella McCartney Kids
Courtesy Stella McCartney Kids


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Sarah S. on

I won’t be able to afford these clothes (I’m thinking $20 for a t-shirt?), but they are very cute, kid-friendly looking and wearable clothes. Also, I like how the wellies have shark-like fins sticking out from them.

mrs. r. on

It’s great to see children looking like children.
Too bad it’s too luxe for me!

brannon on

Adorable and reasonable – can’t wait!! (Her gap lines are super cute too!)

Mina on

Dull and mismatched…and not affordable. NEXT!

NYC_Nona on

GAP clothing is a little expensive to begin with for children’s clothing…the Stella MC lines are even more over my budget…some items are cute (ie. red jacket/grey jeans) but I would be hovering over my child making sure she didn’t ruin the clothes…we def. would save wearing these items for special days, not so much for playtime..LOL…

Wish Gap would make items a little more affordable! Quality is much better than OLD NAVY for sure…no doubt about it!

miche on

I second Mina.

abbey on

I own a kids fashion company, and you can’t have it all! Good quality comes at a price and it is usually worth it because the garment will last. People in Europe have the right idea, buy fewer quality pieces.
Americans want to get buy large quantities of clothing that is essentially disposable.

Audrey on

UGH. More gray for kids. And nothing that stands out as new or different. And all mismatched. If i saw any one of these kids out on the street, except maybe the sweater/pant matching set (which is cute, but nothing that’s not already saturated in the market), I would not think they were well dressed or stylish. I would think they threw on some random old items out of their closets. And, why everything with rainboots? Blech.