Rebecca Minkoff goes sustainable with first-ever children’s apparel collection

Rebecca Minkoff’s brand is going little! Size matters; which is why they are going big by releasing its first children’s collection just in time for New York Fashion Week. Not just that, adding more feathers to the beautiful and super stylish cap is the fact that this is their first attempt at making sustainable apparel. The 20-piece collection is unisex and includes dresses, pants, shirts, skirts. The brand’s signature leather moto jacket cannot possibly be left out for the little fashionistas will love the jersey version keeping the new ethos in mind. The collection is vibrant and from the looks of it, it’s totally comfy too. Good thing they have kept the collection gender-neutral as parents can practice the idea of slow fashion by sharing these clothes between their kids irrespective of gender.

Little Minkoff collection ranges from $28 for a T-shirt to $78 for jackets. Children’s sizes available are from four to twelve. The collection will be available for purchase next month onwards and can be viewed at

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