Celebrities obviously lead very busy lives, and I usually try and make it my life’s mission to keep up with their every move. But, there are some celebrities who have children’s clothing lines that I was totally unaware of. Don’t know how I let this slip through the cracks, but somehow it did. So, I’m learning this new information right along with you and making up for some lost time.
Celebs like Heidi Klum, Jessica Simpson and even Paris Hilton have created clothing for children right under our noses. How they got away with it? I honestly have no idea, but they’re definitely going to be out in the open now that I'm on to them. Some of these celebrities are parents, so creating lines for tiny humans makes total sense. Others have their own established fashion brands, so children's clothing seems a natural next step. Others are, well, a little random. Each collection is different, but the one thing they have in common: they are all so so adorable.
Some of these lines are new, others have been around for a while. Like, even years, you guys. Prepare to be just as surprised as I was when you find out which seven celebrities have created kids' collections without your knowledge.
1. Heidi Klum
Ruffle Dress, $35, Babies R Us
Khaki Twill Pants With Suspenders, $25, Babies R Us
Featuring fur, frills and suspenders, Klum's Truly Scrumptious line through Babies R Us is both practical and fun.
2. Jessica Simpson
Adele Sweatshirt, $15, Jessica Simpson
Eden Bootie, $55, Jessica Simpson
Simpson's line for girls is sassy and fun, just like her. It features clothing and shoes, which are the same things she designs for adults. How cute!
3. Tori Spelling
Newborn Boys Pant Set, $14, Little Maven
Little Maven by Tori Spelling is all about bold prints. They're fun to mix and match, and they're also mostly sold out, although you can still snag some pieces from the line via Amazon.
4. Gwen Stefani
Tutu One-Piece, $10, Harajuku Mini
So, I guess I do kind of remember hearing something about this. Sure enough, Stefani created a children's collection, and you better believe that it's just as zany as her personal wardrobe. The collection is no longer available at Target, but you can still find some pieces online.
5. Ellen DeGeneres
Embellished Graphic Tee, $25, GapKids X ED
Energy Bolt Tee, $20, GapKids X ED
DeGeneres teamed with GapKids to create a non-gender-specific line with an important message behind it. The collection encourages children to respect their individuality. Trust me, it's just as cool as DeGeneres herself.
6. Paris Hilton
Outfits available through parishiltonjunior.it. No pricing information is available.
This may come as a shock, but yes, yes, indeed. Hilton has a clothing line, and it's actually really cute, of course. I'd expect no less from this fashionista.
7. The Kardashians
Asymmetrical Zip Coverall, $27, Babies R Us
French Terry Sweatshirt and Track Pant, $40, Babies R Us
I did know that they had a kids' collection, but they're so busy with everything who can really keep up with them anyways? As you might have guessed, the clothing is absolutely adorable (and mostly done up in chic neutrals).
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