These days, being a luxury label has a few new terms: namely, you must produce a collection for every season (even if they don’t exist) and you have to make a line for kids. Lanvin just did it, Gucci did it, and now Versace. Perhaps as a balance to the Italian house’s recent branch into low end, they’ve just released a collection of unapologetically luxe clothes for those little tree-climbing, grass-rolling-in, dirt-eating, vomit monsters we call children. The line–named Young Versace–is shown here at Pitti Bimbio, the baby clothes trade show.
The slides are accompanied by ideas about “good taste” from various artists and authors (with a nod to Ms Peck).