Fashion icon Marc Jacobs is a cornerstone of contemporary American design, known for his rebellious designs as much as his reverential references to styles of the past. His critically acclaimed collection Marc by Marc Jacobs brings its ever-experimental aesthetic to kids' clothes with a range of cool jeans and fun tops inspired by art and creativity.
It’s family trip time! Before you hit the road—or the skies, or the seas—with your little ones, make sure you check out our broad selection of junior travel needs. We’ve selected an array of adorable animal-shaped roll-aboard luggage, sun-chic loungewear, swimsuits for boys and girls, and ideal-for-the-beach footwear. Whether it’s your toddler’s first family vacation, or an annual tradition with the kids, your youngest family members need to dress the part. We’ve got you covered for all fun-loving ages.
Juicy Couture has been a celeb favorite ever since designers Gela Nash-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy sent Madonna a “Madge”-emblazoned velour tracksuit in 1996 — and the brand’s dressed-down-chic style will win over your little ones, too. This selection of summer clothing for girls retains Juicy Couture’s signature aesthetic: comfy fabrics, bold colors and playful details. Check out the Butterfly bathing suit, a pink and metallic one-piece with gathering through the torso and a ruffle bottom. And she’ll have style down to her tip-toes in the Long Live Juicy socks emblazoned with “Long Live Juicy Couture” at the ankles and “Smells Like Couture” along the bottom.
Not every girl is a girly girl—but if your little style hound is, she'll find plenty to love in this pretty-in-pink selection. From loungewear and pajamas, to footwear and dresses, this adorable crop of basics and frills will keep her looking darling this spring and beyond.
It’d be a shame to cover up these bathing suits with floaties and lifejackets and the like. A one-piece and a cover-up dress both feature a frightening beastie named Miss Marc, while the designs on the bikinis include chomping fish (also spotted on the boys’ boardshorts), leopard spots and ikat checks. Each item spotlights Marc Jacobs’ knack for meshing experimental design with can’t-drag-’em-out-of-the-water comfort.