Where Do Celebs Really Buy Their Kids' Clothes?

by Claire Gillespie
Dec 12, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. ET
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These days, celeb kids are just as stylish as (or even more so than) their famous parents. But where do celebrities shop for their kids' fashion-forward wardrobes? For starters, they probably don't shop the way the rest of us do. At least, we personally have never rubbed shoulders with Kate Middleton in Macy's or found ourselves behind Gwen Stefani in the line at Target. We also don't get nearly as many freebies as celebs likely do — which is extremely unfair seeing as they're more likely to be able to afford these clothes anyway. But hey, that's one of the paradoxical perks of being a V.F.P. — that's very famous person.

The good news is that we've figured out exactly where celeb parents buy their kids' clothes — or at least where they pay other people to go to buy those clothes for them. Now, for a price, your kid can look the Hollywood (or Buckingham Palace) part without having to deal with all the paparazzi and people wanting selfies with their mom and dad all the time.

The even better news? These clothes aren't all insanely expensive. Gucci Wellingtons aside.

1/15 :Nununu

Trendy tots Sam Affleck (Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner's son), Flynn Bloom (Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom's kiddo) and Zuma Rossdale (Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale's son) have all been spotted in Nununu's urban designs with their signature bold prints and stylish color palette. 

Nununu paint splatter-print rib-knit leggings, $32 at Barneys New York

2 /15: Jagged Culture

2/15 :Jagged Culture

On the long list of celeb kids who wear edgy LA-based label Jagged Culture are Fergie and Josh Duhamel's son Axl Jack, Kourtney Kardashian's kids Mason and Penelope Disick, Zuma's bro Apollo Rossdale, Flynn Bloom once again and Megan Fox and Brian Austin Green's son Bodhi. 

The Punkasaurus band tee, $40 at Jagged Culture

3 /15: Jagged Culture

3/15 :Jagged Culture

In fact, Jagged Culture has so many celeb fans, we just had to include it twice. Honor and Haven Warren have been snapped wearing the brand's custom caps while out and about with mom Jessica Alba in Los Angeles. 

Custom checker hat, $38 at Jagged Culture


4 /15: Luna Leggings

4/15 :Luna Leggings

Black leggings are so 2014. Kit your kid out in Luna Leggings' wild prints, and they'll be just like Alyson Hannigan's daughter Satyana Denisof, Alessandra Ambrosio's tot Anja Mazur and the Broderick twins (who take after fashionista mom SJP, naturally).

Heart color-block, $32 at Luna Leggings

5 /15: Petit Bateau

5/15 :Petit Bateau

Petit Bateau has long been known for classic, timeless kids pieces, and we've spotted it on Suri Cruise (Katie Holmes & Tom Cruise's daughter), Vivienne Jolie-Pitt (guess who her parents are), Matilda Ledger (Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams' daughter) the Affleck girls and Prince George — who is such a mini style icon, the blue striped dungarees he wore in 2014 sold out within hours.  

Striped cotton jersey blazer, $62 at Barneys New York

6 /15: Vans

6/15 :Vans

Moses Martin, son of consciously uncoupled icons Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin, loves his checkered Vans. Get one step ahead of the celebs and grab the new star print slip-ons instead. 

Toddlers foil stars slip-ons, $32 at Vans

7 /15: Stella McCartney

7/15 :Stella McCartney

What celeb kid doesn't wear Stella McCartney? It's been seen on Harper Beckham, the Jolie-Pitt kids, Haven Warren, Madonna's daughter Mercy and Zuma Rossdale (that kid's everywhere!) to name but a few. Yes, it's more expensive than your usual kids clothing line, but it may be worth splurging on for a special occasion. 

Maria starfish dress, $144 at Stella McCartney

8/15 :Appaman

Hip Brooklyn-based label Appaman has adorned the Rossdale boys, the Broderick kids, the Jolie-Pitts, Moses Martin and the Schreiber boys. So basically, all of SoHo.

Peace cotton sweatshirt, $37.10 at Saks Fifth Avenue

9 /15: Paul Frank

9/15 :Paul Frank

Xander Jones, Kai Schreiber, Anja Mazur and Heidi Klum's kids are all big fans of the adorable Paul Frank monkey (aren't we all?); this range is one of the most affordable ways to follow in their footsteps. And you don't even have to mail-order it from your Delia's catalog anymore.

Paul Frank classic T-shirt, $12.49 at Amazon

10 /15: My 1st Years

10/15 :My 1st Years

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend treated little Luna to a pair of My 1st Years' personalized espadrilles, one of the cutest (albeit one of the most expensive) baby shoes we've ever seen. The company is based in London, U.K., but ships internationally. 

Personalised espadrilles, £20 at My 1st Years

11 /15: My 1st Years

11/15 :My 1st Years

Parents went crazy for this robe when Prince George wore it to meet President Barack Obama in 2016. We can't think of a more appropriate outfit in which to greet the leader of the free world.

Gingham blue-trim robe, £27 at My 1st Years

12 /15: Dr. Martens

12/15 :Dr. Martens

Honor Warren and Harper Beckham are just two celebrity kids often seen strutting their stuff in the coolest boot of all time: a pair of Doc Martens. 

Junior Delaney glitter, $60 at Dr. Martens

13 /15: To gigs

13/15 :To gigs

OK, maybe not at the actual gig — but celeb kids love their band tees just as much as the rest of us, and we know Shiloh Jolie-Pitt is a fan of the Ramones (or at least the T-shirt). 

Ramones flower rose T-shirt, $18.99 at Amazon

14 /15: Splendid

14/15 :Splendid

Harper Beckham was snapped in this cute dress, proving you don't need a Beckham-size budget for a wardrobe worthy of a celebrity kid. 

Plaid swing dress, $38 at Splendid

15 /15: Gucci

15/15 :Gucci

For celebrity puddle-splashing, nothing but Gucci Wellingtons will do for Salma Hayek's daughter Valentina Pinault. At this price, they'd better not let a single drop in. 

Children's supreme GG rain boot, $350 at Gucci