Here are three exciting new collections that will have your kids looking back at your family photos with pride.
Diane von Furstenberg for the Gap
The US retail chain has teamed up with the "first lady of American fashion" for a kids' range. Following its successful partnership with British designer Stella McCartney, the new collection - designed for babies and for girls aged two to 14 - will become available in stores in close to 30 countries and online in 75 countries starting next March.
According to Women's Wear Daily, Gap's president for North America, Art Peck, said of the collection that it would make use of Von Furstenberg's "signature approach to print, optimistic color and femininity, mixed with our expertise in great quality premium children's clothing at accessible prices."
Gwen Stefani for Target
Stella McCartney and Diane von Furstenberg are not the only designers collaborating with affordable retail brands for children's wear: singer Gwen Stefani, who also designs clothes under the L.A.M.B. label, has teamed up with US budget store Target.
As part of a collection, named Harakuju Mini after the singer's Harajuku Lovers label, American fans of her fashions will be able to shop clothes for both boys and girls, priced from $3.99.
Versace for kids
Gucci, Burberry, and Dior are some of the most common go-to labels for children's designer clothes, but Donnatella's label only now introduced Young Versace, designed for babies through to kids aged 12. Available from next spring, the collection will feature onesies, skirts, dresses, and more, mainly in white and pastels such as yellow or pink. A baby bottle adorned with Swarovski crystals will also be part of the range.