Parisian kidswear collection Pearls & Popcorn to debut in U.S.
If Parisian charm is what's missing from your toddler's wardrobe, good news: Paris-based children's wear brand Pearls & Popcorn will be making its U.S. debut in early September at all Bloomingdale's stores.
And the rollout of the brand is one of the largest children's wear launches in the department store's history.
The casual collection, made for girls and boys from 3 to 36 months, features low-key, stylish looks that could pass for "mini me" versions of styles made by cool-girl French retailer A.P.C.
For boys, there are shawl-necked grandpa cardigans, plaid flannel Oxford shirts, dark gray skinny jeans and light-weight hooded pullovers, among other items. And little ladies can suit up in petal-pink skinny twill pants, ditzy-printed smock tops and slouchy cotton henleys, for starters.
The cute collection ranges from $20 to $50 -- not too shabby for a kiddo brand with Parisian pedigree.
-- Emili Vesilind
Photos: Fall looks from Pearls & Popcorn. Credit: Pearls & Popcorn