You may not expect children’s clothing to be particularly artful, but Kicokids will convince you otherwise. The label’s creative director, Tia Cibani, constructs playful, intriguingly proportioned looks inspired by the work of artists Albert Delamour and Ritsuko Hirai. Girls’ outfits combine bold, overlapping prints with fun, origami-like details. For boys, Kicokids revamps prim classics like crewnecks and button-downs, with trompe-l’oeil pockets and irregular stripes. Even the accessories, which range from knit brooches to print-lined newsboy caps, resemble finely rendered crafts.
Boys will be boys, and they'll play like boys, too—so why not dress them in the comfy clothes to match? Casual button-downs, tees, and kicks rule here, but style-conscious parents, rest easy: Cool prints and bold hues ensure that these pieces are as cool as they are comfortable.
It’s art meets kid-sized fashion. Kico Kids’ creative director Tia Cibani finds inspiration in works by modern artists, creating bold, playful revamps of classic looks. This selection is no exception: Tassels and multiple pockets add whimsy to basic tees and polos, bandeau dresses get a play-friendly update with removable straps. Accessories like multi-colored belts and circle-cut scarves round out the selection, adding big fun to tiny wardrobes.
It may feel early to be thinking about temperatures dropping come fall, but one can never be too prepared: The picks we've rounded up here include timeless classics like peacoats, cardigans, and adorable hats, plus jazzed-up scarves, faux-fur-lined parkas, and super-warm snowsuit. We've also got an array of spring-appropriate gear that they can wear right now, from playful windbreakers to cute raincoats.
Fear not, parents of pint-sized trend-setters: You can still snag this week's best styles for your kids. Choose from cozy loungewear and casual denim to prim button-downs and soft sweaters.