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You're never too young to make a style statement, especially with these five designer collections that put an edgy twist to "dressing your age"

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Givenchy Kids: Fall/Winter 2019

Bold and sophisticated—the appeal of this collection lies in the interpretation of its design by Givenchy's Artistic Director, Clare Waight Keller, and past couture collections by Hubert de Givenchy. The result is an impressive range for the little ones comprising polo shirts, fairy-tale printed shirts and pleated dresses.

Available at farfetch.com

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Fendi Kids: Fall/Winter 2019

The iconic Fendi logo makes its way into the kidswear scene with fully monogrammed leggings and denim jeans. Fun prints featuring Fendi Bug Eyes can also be spotted on an adorable pair of socks. 

Available at mytheresa.com

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Paul Smith Junior: Dino Collection

Roaring its way into our hearts are the ever-charming designs of Paul Smith Junior’s Dino collection that makes Jurassic beasts the star. A simple T-shirt can never go wrong for a Mesozoic era-themed birthday party.

Available at paulsmith.com

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Balmain Kids: Spring/Summer 2019

Effortlessly cool and chic, the French brand has dressed some of the most famous (and luckiest!) kids in the world including North West and Blue Ivy. Never putting a glass ceiling over childrenswear, their designs are outstanding. Case in point: the futuristic neon pieces from Balmain Kids' spring/summer 2019 collection.

Available at farfetch.com

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Lanvin Children's Universe: Spring/Summer 2019

Step right up for fresh summer vibes with Lanvin's latest ready-to-wear collection from their kids' line, Children’s Universe. Make a statement with the subtle prints of a dinosaur-inspired bowling shirt or an embroidered jacquard dress. 

Available at lanvin.com

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This story was originally published on Malaysia Tatler