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GapKids + DVF Collection in Stores Today - FashionWindows

LOS ANGELES, Mar 28, 2012/ — As announced early this month, the Diane von Furstenberg for GapKids and babyGap for Spring 2012 collection is now available worldwide.

Unveiled in Los Angeles on March 3rd and the collection made available in the U.S. on March 15th, the new GapKids + DVF collection caters for girls ranging from newborn to age 14.The collection captures the essence of a little girl’s dream wardrobe, as imagined by an icon of American women’s fashion.

The collection features iconic DVF prints, signature silhouettes and a bold color palette which translates into magical dresses that aspire to Mommy’s style as well as provide Summer wardrobe essentials including easy t-shirt dresses, jersey tanks, graphic t-shirts, blazers, capri leggings and swimwear.

The legendary DVF wrap is re-invented with a child-like higher waist detail, in structured cotton or as a jersey romper shape for babies and toddlers.

Accessories including printed knot sandals, sunglasses, beach bags and sunhats, provide all the wardrobe building blocks that empower a young girl to playfully experiment with her evolving style and individuality, from pretty girlish dresses to rough and tumble essentials. Prices range from $20.00 to $120.00.

Diane von Furstenberg comments, “I am thrilled to collaborate with Gap on this playful collection for girls. It is timeless…colorful…effortless. That is very DVF!”

Diane von Furstenberg is not alone in creating colorful and playful collection for young girls and tweens. JustJen, a company that specializes in women’s clothing, offers customized and personalized T-shirts that young girls would love. In fact, it’s not just girls below 12. It is for girls in all ages! And women, too!

Photo by StarTraks, Albert Michael