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.
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.
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 rugged-yet-refined style. Plenty of cheery spring color—from pastel camo to sorbet shades—balances out the raw edges and cool cargo details in our unbeatable array.
We’ve got everything your tot needs in this massive, head-to-toe blowout. Stock their drawers with our handpicked favorites, including dresses by Me Too, pants by Left Bank Babies, and denim by Appaman, just to name a few. Plus, plenty of shoes to keep them covered well through fall. Among the steals: suede flats and boots by Diesel, sneakers by Tretorn, and patent flats by Juicy Couture.
Da-Nang’s children’s label is bursting with style, so it’s no wonder that these cool clothes have been spotted on the likes of Suri Cruise. The lavender, lace-trimmed tiered skirt is just darling, as is the pink hoodie with an embroidered dragon. For a tougher look, check out the cargo pants and skirts in traditional and pastel camouflage prints.