Babies Everywhere Rejoice, Petit-a-Porter's Launching in September

Natalie Massenet may have sold most of her Net-a-Porter shares to Richemont and bought a $10 million country home, but she's not slowing down quite ye
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Natalie Massenet may have sold most of her Net-a-Porter shares to Richemont and bought a $10 million country home, but she's not slowing down quite ye
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Natalie Massenet may have sold most of her Net-a-Porter shares to Richemont and bought a $10 million country home, but she's not slowing down quite yet.

Rumor has it she's already hard at work on Petit-a-Porter. She's aiming for a September launch for the site, a baby version of her insanely successful online shopping destination.

After flipping through last month's Vogues Enfants, we wondered where one buys the miniature Burberry trenches and Dior stamped tees--we've never seen them at Barneys--but now there'll be a one stop shop for fancy baby clothes.

The thing is, when we consider buying something on Net-a-Porter we think, "It's ok because we'll have it forever," but these baby clothes? Not so forever.