In the wake of the announcement of the relaunch of its luxury fragrance (at $240) with Francis Kurkdjian, Baby Dior launches a ready-to-wear capsule collection dedicated to skiing and après-ski. A good way for the fashion house’s children’s line to capitalize on the mini-me trend and the revival of outdoor sports that are taking hold in China.

There’s no stopping Baby Dior! The children’s line, developed by the House of Dior under the direction of the late Marc Bolan, has just released a mixed capsule collection for toddlers aged 4 to 13. Soon, little blonde heads will be able to hit the slopes in total Dior style.

 

This luxury skiwear trend, developed by Chanel back in 2018, now extends beyond the sphere of adult fashion alone. The Parisian fashion house joins Italian brands Versace and Moncler, which have themselves developed winter sportswear and accessories for children.

 

The Baby Dior capsule collection can be discovered on the Maison’s e-shop and in selected boutiques.

 

First star of style

 

The collection features a range of coats, pants, knitwear and shoes, complemented by small accessories, such as a pair of mittens or a beanie.

 

Heading the artistic direction of Baby Dior since 2012 – in addition to Dior Maison – Cordelia de Castellane has imagined the very first Baby Dior collection dedicated to the joys of snow sports.

To do this, she was inspired by “the magic of the mountains and Christian Dior’s love of the splendors of nature“, says the press release.

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Featured Photo: © Marcin Kempski/Baby Dior

 

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Victor Gosselin
Victor Gosselin is a journalist specializing in luxury, HR, tech, retail, and editorial consulting. A graduate of EIML Paris, he has been working in the luxury industry for 9 years. Fond of fashion, Asia, history, and long format, this ex-Welcome To The Jungle and Time To Disrupt likes to analyze the news from a sociological and cultural angle.

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