The Kids Are Alright: Designer Juniorwear

The Kids Are Alright: Designer Juniorwear

We’re firm believers in starting your style off early. But there’s a fundamental problem with that – you’re just starting off. When you’re learning the ropes and buying your first designer gear, it’s hard to know where to start. There’s so much choice. We’ve got an ever-increasing line of kidswear/juniorwear from designer behemoths like Stone Island, DSQUARED2, C.P. Company, Armani Jeans and Kenzo, it means that when you’re buying your first designer pieces, you can be confident that you’re making the right choices. Here’s our rundown of brands to start off your designer wardrobe.

DSQUARED2
Dean and Dan Caten, creators of DSQUARED2, spilt their time between Italy, England and their home country of Canada – not a bad life, ay? DSQUARED2’s kidswear features long and short sleeve graphic printed t-shirts and sweatshirts emblazoned with its trademark Canadian iconography all made from soft 100% cotton. A great place to start.

D2

Stone Island
Getting hold of junior sized Stone Island gear has never been easier. Take our latest intake, for example. It’s a comprehensive collection of some of the best juniorwear you can get your hands on. We’ve got printed logo t-shirts, warm jackets for AW17 like the eye-catching red Nymet and versatile shirts – all with the iconic compass patch on the arm.

Stone Island

C.P. Company
C.P. Company is an innovative, forward-thinking brand that’s constantly and meticulously developing its craft. Function and use are at the forefront of each piece. From the same mind who created Stone Island, Massimo Osti, C.P. Company puts the same research and development into its kidswear as it does its menswear. Think long-sleeve sweatshirts, logo t-shirts, soft cotton sweatshirts, soft shell jackets and the classic Goggle beanie – the signature C.P. Company Lens adorns each piece.

CP

Kenzo
Kenzo was created by Kenzo Takada, who moved from Japan to France when he was young to forge a career in fashion. He hasn’t done too badly, creating a globally recognised, forward-thinking brand of menswear and womenswear. His eponymous brand doesn’t just stop at Oriental-inspired menswear and womenswear – the kidswear produces premium basic t-shirts and sweatshirts, often with the bold signature tiger logo on the front. Far Eastern kidswear for everyday wardrobes.

Kenzo

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