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.
For parents who prefer to keep their tot's wardrobe cutesie-free, look no further than the cool styles on offer here. Kingsley's punchy graphics on cotton tees are perfect for your little rock star, especially when paired with Rock & Republic's durable, classic-cut denim.
These cool duds for kids sport skater and punk icons, yet the graffiti- and tattoo-inspired prints are given a tot-friendly twist. Check out the cute tees for fans of “The Noisy Toys” or the images of kids hitching rides with dinosaurs. Little message tees give new meaning to terms like “Damage Control,” and there other fun styles too, like comfy tee-and-shorts sets, pants and belts.
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.
Parents who implement a strict, cutesie-free rule when dressing children will flip for clothing from this brand. Button-downs, hoodies, and tees all convey a hard-edge, rock-and-roll spirit, from the skull and guitar graphics to the punkish, tapered-leg pant shapes. Best of all, these renegade looks aren’t just for little boys; girls get their own pick with screened-feather tees, doodled-on skorts, and paint-splattered dresses.