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About Da-nang

Da-nang debuted in 2003 with a kids’ clothing collection featuring military-inspired cuts and colorful embroideries. Over the years Da-nang founders Albert Dahan and Dov Haddad have held onto that winning combination while expanding their line to include color-saturated tattoo prints, lace skirts, and bright new takes on designer camouflage pants, as well as women’s clothing. French colonialism in Vietnam might seem like an unlikely origin for a children’s clothing brand, but the city of Da-nang’s culture clash is the inspiration behind this label and its “surplus Indochine.” Da-nang’s biggest fans include Suri Cruise and the Jolie-Pitt kids.

Past Sales Featuring Da-nang

Sale Ended February 13, 2013

Almost Gone: One-of-a-Kind Kids' Picks

Spot a piece with your little one's name on it? Snag it before it's too late — each item in this assortment is the only one of its kind left in stock. Find some of our favorite items for kids, including casual clothes, cozy coats, charming shoes, and more.

Sale Ended April 23, 2012

Da-Nang for Girls

It’s no wonder these cool clothes have been spotted on stylish tots likes Suri Cruise: Da-Nang’s children’s label is bursting with sophisticated style. Plenty of cheery spring colors — including pastel dresses, skirts, and shorts — balance out the flower details in our unbeatable array.

Sale Ended October 14, 2011

Kids' Clearance Blowout: Girls' Apparel

Whether your girl’s style is frilly, tomboyish, or somewhere in between, we’ve got everything she needs in this massive blowout. Stock her ever-growing closet with our handpicked favorites, including dresses by Me Too, pants by Left Bank Babies, and denim by Appaman, just to name a few.

Sale Ended July 16, 2012

Girls' Apparel Under $25

We've hand-picked a huge selection of clothes for your little girl (this sale has more than 100 looks!). Choose from casual jeans, tees, and shorts for play, plus skirts and dresses for days when your glamour girl wants to dress up.