Now that that the Kardashian clan has expanded to include children, it's only natural that their fashion empire has expanded to include childrenswear.
The line, for girls ages 0 to 24 months, was initially Kourtney's idea -- it started when she was pregnant with her daughter Penelope, Kim told WWD (poor Mason). Of course when Kim got pregnant, she says, she started to chime in. "Until you have your own child, you don’t realize how important it is for fabrics to be extra soft and accessible."
We're not sure "accessible" is a quality Kim tends to look for when choosing clothes for her daughter, North West, who has likely already worn more Céline than I will in my entire lifetime.
So will the Kardashian family's most famous infant wear this line, set to debut exclusively at Babies 'R' Us, next month? Probably not, especially when she has Phoebe Philo and Riccardo Tisci sending her clothes at every opportunity. But Kardashian fans who want their kids to wear cheetah print pants? Definitely.
In all seriousness, there is some cute stuff. We love a ruffle-collar blouse with a tiny bow at the neckline, a lacey white cardigan and a very on-trend butterfly print. We even kind of like the cheetah print.