Mini-fashionistas in the Making
There’s no telling what will be thought of next when it comes to fashion. It is precisely this sheer unpredictability that intrigues many to follow up on fashion these days… especially when it comes to the Hollywood scene. Let’s face it with technology at our finger tips this is the closest we’ll get into entering the walk-in closets of any celebrity. Whether they’re our favorite icons or not, we want to see what expensive item they’ve worn and let’s be honest when you’re a celebrity you’re expected to look your best!
However, who could we expect next to take their torch or better yet walk their walk in the near future? With so many kid fashion lines being started by celebrities would it be safe to say that their kids will end up following their footsteps?
Many of these children are already being taught to bring their A-game and some are even setting the bar high by siting front row at catwalk shows. Take for instance 15-month-year old North West, who sat front row at Alexander Wang’s Balenciaga show recently for Paris Fashion Week. The family was styling in an all-black everything attire, expect for little North who made a slight statement with her pop of color Yeezus tour t-shirt. Two-year-old Harper Beckham doesn’t fall behind either. She was another beautiful doll who sat on her dad’s lap to support her mom’s line at the Victoria Beckham’s fashion show. Harper was spotted looking quite chic for the special occasion with her pale blue Chloé summer dress and her long hair tied up in a bun.
Furthermore, what screams mini-fashionistas in the making than having the mommy-daughter matching duo outfits? Jennifer Lopez was one of the many who was spotted matching in New York with her daughter Emme in a pink peplum outfit this summer. Or who could forget the adorable Milla Jovovich’s 5-year-old daughter Ever, matching a lovely print alongside her mother? The singing diva sensation Beyoncé also made it into my fav-list when she was seen matching with her two-year-old daughter Blue Ivy. Both were dressed in Dolce & Gabbana blossom-print dresses when they visited the Kara Walker art installation exhibition in New York this summer.
Overall, I think it is safe to say that with the passing of time many of these kids will continue being prep to look utterly stylish by their parents. By the looks so far many will be setting a trend in the world of fashion in the years to come. So keep an eye for these mini-fashionistas in the making!
Astrid Sarmiento for The Fashiongton Post