The ‘Mini Me’ Celebrity Fashion Collection

As a fan of Fearne Cotton recipes, we were excited to read this week that the presenter is the latest to launch a celebrity fashion collection for kids.

A first for both, it’s true to the ‘Mini Club’ style with fun slogans ‘Be Happy and Amazing’ and simple designs.

“The leopard print hareem trousers are my total favourite – I’m going to try and get a pair in my size!” – Fearne Cotton –

While I’m sure Fearne will bring a touch of edginess to it, we can already see from the launch photo that black and white feature heavily, which makes a nice change from bright pinks and blues that we’re a little fatigued with – this is fresh kids fashion for 2017!

Fearne’s range will feature in Boots ‘Mini Club’ in stores from August 30.

Image courtesy of Fearne Cotton Instagram

We love a good celebrity fashion collection, and it got us thinking about some of our favourite kids designer partnerships, here they are (in no order)…

Little Bird by Jools Oliver for Mothercare

One of my favourite children’s ranges, Jools has nailed it with her happy 70s vibe. Colourful stripes and stars, rainbows, vegetables and all on the right side of psychedelia! The range is unisex fusing earthy tones with bright primary colours. The bomber jackets are t-shirts among my favourites, although I have found sizes to be smaller compared to other designers.

Mothercare also work with Myleene Klass and Julien Macdonald.



Baker by Ted Baker for Debenhams

Although it’s not entirely clear if this is a fusion range just for Debenhams, I haven’t seen the collection anywhere else. Although a tad on the expensive side, this super cute range starts with wee ones and goes straight up to young adults. Designs are playful modern fashion and always look stylish.

Stella McCartney Kids

Strictly for the fashion forward, Stella McCartney has created a stunning wardrobe that any parent would be proud to own, let alone their child! While her range isn’t exclusive to any retailer, it can be found in Selfridges – the mecca of good design. Unsurprisingly, clothes don’t come cheap with babygrows priced around £50 and striped tops around £41. But one thing’s for sure – you know you won’t see every Tom, Dick and baby Harry sporting them!


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