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Kristin Chenoweth recently proclaimed her love for GapKids to People Magazine. “I can wear a size 12/14,” the diminutive actress revealed.
Even if you are not as pint-sized as the Broadway star (88 pounds) you might be able to slip into some of the merchandise in the juniors department. Besides, there’s no shame in donning preteen fashion. These days it’s as stylish as designer duds and it’s easier on the wallet.
Some of our most sartorially savvy friends snatched up the Balmain-esque military jackets in Stella McCartney’s GapKids collection in 2009. And we’re now eagerly awaiting the chain’s upcoming childrenswear collaboration with Diane von Furstenberg — and we don’t have kids. Read more… Keep reading »
Everybody thinks they can design clothes nowadays. Jessica Simpson wants to launch a curvy fashion line; Beth Ditto is coming out with her own plus-size line of clothing; and Daisy Fuentes is launching a reasonably priced line at WalMart. But the biggest trend right now seems to be celebrity fathers getting into the fashion biz and launching children’s clothing lines. Fashion may not be their calling, but their children have inspired them so much that they are taking a chance on launching what they all seem to think will be trendy and fashion-forward with the kiddies…
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