Ever since that first Royal Family photo with Princess Charlotte cropped up last summer in the event of the baby’s christening, we’ve had our eyes on the adorable young fam and their precious princess. And given that said christening was snapped by none other than Vogue-favorite fashion photographer Mario Testino, it’s not a leap to consider that the famous infant is poised to become a fashion icon in her own right. When your mom is Kate Middleton — a woman whose fairytale style we’ve been shamelessly copying since the moment she stepped into Prince William’s dashing arms — you might even say it’s your birthright. That’s why we’re not one bit surprised to learn that Princess Charlotte has inspired a fashion line.
The Diana Award Foundation teamed up with Seraphine designer Cecile Reinaud to pull together a line of luxe baby clothes inspired by the late Princess Diana’s trendsetting granddaughter, Charlotte. The collection features Princess Diana’s pastel Tartan, with clothes made in wool and cashmere from Scotland. A hefty 12 percent of each purchase goes toward The Diana Award, which continues the late princess Di’s legacy of empowering young people.
But beyond their feel-good mandate, these pieces are seriously gorgeous. We might even consider wearing an item or two from the range ourselves (looking at you, blue tartan frock + Peter Pan collar). While $49 might be a tad steep for a pair of baby booties that will surely be outgrown within a matter of weeks, it’s for a good cause, right?
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(Photos via Seraphine + Getty)