Oscar de la Renta Launches Children’s Line

03/22/2012 at 02:00 PM ET
Courtesy Oscar de la Renta

Mini fashionistas rejoice! Oscar de la Renta is bringing his signature style to the kiddie world.

The chic collection ($65 to $350), which debuts this spring, is full of classic, beautifully crafted pieces including seersucker rompers, gingham smocked dresses, striped polos, floral blouses and more for girls and boys (12M to 14).

We’re pretty sure Katie Holmes and Victoria Beckham are already lining up to snag some styles for their little ones.

The full line is available both online at oscardelarenta.com and in Bergdorf Goodman stores.

— Anya Leon

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Rusty on

I know I’m not their target market, but I’m soooo glad Mini Fashionistas can finally snag $350 smocked dresses.

I’ve probably only spent $350 dollars on my toddler’s entire wardrobe… and that includes flower girl dresses from two weddings.

Marky on

Can’t you just see the two Garner-Affleck girls in these dresses? Sooo cute!

Amanda K on

Those floral patterns remind me of really bad curtains from the 80s

Indira on

If i had a daughter, the dress on the right is what I would put her in. It’s lovely! I wish more people dressed their little girls like this!

Miche on

These look like dresses I saw in Walmart for $12. Pretty, but not unique or spectacular for the name or price.

poppykai on

These clothes have been done before. They were called Laura Ashley when I was younger!!

JM on

beautiful beautiful dresses that i would definitely buy for my daughter but not at those prices. i agree that the dresses aren’t unique you can find them for the average price of a little girl’s dress in most highstreet shops. i am amazed that some people are so brainwashed to think that it’s worth wasting money on something like this just because it has a designer label on it. do people not question anything nowadays?

Sara on

OMG, Miche … That’s EXACTLY what I was going to say. And, don’t tell me the quality is better, because at this age, when they grow so fast, it doesn’t matter.

And Rusty, DITTO! But, I suppose the purpose of making millions and millions of dollars is to be able to buy $350 dresses for toddlers.

Erika on

I think these clothes are adorable, though I do agree that you can find very similar apparel at much lower prices. However, I do think it’s nice to see children’s name brand clothing that looks like it is made for kids. So many designers make clothes that look so mature for small children, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing but just not the look that I prefer.