Top Designers Karl Lagerfeld, Dior, Vera Wang Imagine Gifts For The Royal Baby
Fashion journal WWD invited several top designers and fashion houses—like Karl Lagerfeld, Vera Wang and Dior—to sketch and imagine gifts fit for the royal baby.
Inspired by the idea, Dior created an entire new collection of babywear for the future king.
The French fashion house described the collection as “Like fairies leaning over a cradle, Baby Dior was inspired by Mr Dior’s lucky charms to adorn the future newborn’s outfits. Cashmere knitting, coming in a beautiful leather suitcase, was twisted with four-leaf clovers to keep the baby warm. Each piece, embellished with embroideries and lace, was delicately handmade, requiring hours of work.”
As for Karl Lagerfeld, he designed a ‘royal pacifier’ for the baby—calling it a “royal dummy”—a common name for pacifier in England.
To view the rest of the collection, please head over to WWD.
Dior’s Petits Bonheurs Collection made for the royal baby.
Dior’s Petits Bonheurs Collection
Dior’s Petits Bonheurs Collection made for the royal baby: “Dior wishes a happy life to the future Prince of Cambridge”
Vera Wang’s rattle.
Sachin + Babi's "Kate Middleton" bibs.
Nicole Miller’s Union Jack quilt.
Kenneth Cole’s baby carriage in the shape of a shoe.
Karl Lagerfeld’s pacifier, or “dummy” as it can be referred to in England.
Josie Natori’s onesie.
Huishan Zhang’s 12 stuffed toy tigers —one for each month — symbolize courage and intelligence.
A teddy bear and matching throne by David Meister.
Christian Lacroix's regal pram.
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