Kardashian Kids – The Latest Must-Have Children’s Clothing Range?


After an adult clothing collection for Dorothy Perkins, Lipsy and Sears – the Kardashian family are now trying their hands at childrenswear, so you can kit your kids out too.

From fragrance launches to reality TV, the Kardashians are now set to launch their first line of children’s clothes. Kim Kardashian hinted at the family's childrenswear aspirations back in November on MTV saying, 'I think a baby line is what’s next for us.

‘We definitely would have a lot of experience with what we would need to make that line a success and we’re excited about it.’ While there’s been plenty of speculation, it’s only now that the Kardashians have started to release details.

 While it’s still unclear when Kardashian Kids will be launching, Kris Jenner tweeted yesterday saying, 'Couldn't be more excited for @kkidsofficial. Coming soon!!'

 And last Wednesday, the 58-year-old reality star posted the new company’s logo to her Instagram, along with the caption 'Imagine that!!!! So excited @kardashian_kids #itsabouttime!'

 Khloe Kardashian also shared a behind the scenes shot to to her Twitter, writing, 'Photo shoot day for @kkidsofficial'.

Instagram: @khloekardashian

 And if Mason and North West are anything to go by, the range will be full of little luxe looks.

 Does your tots wardrobe beat your own? Let us know in the comment box below…

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