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About Kingsley

Born in 2004 with the mission to dress children better, Kingsley’s innovative, fun and stylish separates have garnered a cult following by A-list parents and their fashion-forward tots. Every piece is inspired by fine art, modern graphics and photography to reflect the culture and fashion sense of today’s generation of parents. Featured in publications like Vogue and covered on The View and The Today Show, Kingsley’s edgy yet age-appropriate collection can be found at high-end stores across the country and at Gilt.

Past Sales Featuring Kingsley

Sale Ended December 29, 2009

Children's Christmas Sale: Peek, Kingsley, Tea Collection & More

These offerings prove that style can come in very small sizes. Rag & Bone extends its modern aesthetic to the preschool set. Alpha Industries’ military chic can be seen in pink cargo pants for little girls and NASA leather jackets for little boys. Gola and Superga offer sneakers so cool you might want a matching pair for yourself. Peek and Tea Collection offer globally inspired clothes for both genders.

Sale Ended April 06, 2010

Children's Final Sale

Brands for baby on up to tween are featured in this sale. From European imports Jacadi and Bonpoint to the classic American styles of Tooby Doo and Ed Hardy, this is the perfect chance to replenish the little one’s wardrobe. There are also plenty of great gifts like organic onesie sets from Egg, stroller blankets from 7 A.M. Enfant and booties from Elephantito.

Sale Ended August 25, 2009

Kingsley

Kingsley was launched in 2004 to help parents dress their children as stylishly as they do themselves. Since then, the label’s innovative and fun separates have garnered a cult following among A-list parents and their fashion-forward tots. Each piece is inspired by fine art, modern graphics and photography, reflecting the culture and fashion sense of today’s new generation of parents. The Kingsley style is edgy yet age-appropriate and has been featured in <i>Cookie</i> and <i>Vogue</i> magazines and covered on <i>The View</i> and the <i>Today</i> show.