By  on January 9, 2012

Brand: Dondup DQueen and DKing

The story: Italian apparel and denim brand Dondup has signed a licensing agreement with manufacturing company Altana for the production and worldwide distribution of its children’s wear lines. Each designed by the fashion house’s creative director, Manuela Mariotti, DQueen and DKing deliver cool clothes for girls and boys from four to 14.

The look: DQueen shows contemporary outfits embellished with ultrafeminine details, such as silk inserts, sequins and gold embroideries, in natural tones with powder pink shades. For boys, DKing pairs slim pants with sporty parkas or more classic duffle coats and peacoats.

Noteworthy: The high quality of the fabrics, which are treated to show the company’s iconic “vintage luxury” effect.

NEXT: Dimensione Danza Sisters >>

Brand: Dimensione Danza Sisters

The story: Milan-based activewear company Dimensione Danza is gearing up to introduce its Sisters collection at Pitti Bimbo. Produced by Florence manufacturer Maglificio Simon, it offers a complete wardrobe for girls ages 18 months to 12 years old.

The look: In line with Dimensione Danza’s main collections, which draw inspiration from the world of dance, Sisters offers fashionable yet comfortable pieces, from practical sweat suits and baggy cotton pants to glamorous frilled jackets and bubble dresses. To complete the look, sporty bags are embellished with heart-shaped appliqués, sequined headbands and two-tone scarves.

Noteworthy: The multicolored glittering star logo, a symbol of good luck for future ballet or show business stars.

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