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Opening Ceremony Launches Children's Wear With A for Apple

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Are you an Opening Ceremony-loving mom or dad who wants to dress your child in super-cool downtown duds too? Say hello to Opening Ceremony by A for Apple, the store's first-ever children's partnership, undertaken in conjunction with A for Apple, a Hong Kong-based premium childrenswear maker. The new collection hits Opening Ceremony stores and its website this month and features summer separates and outerwear for children ages six months through six years. Prices range from $55 for a French striped long-sleeve tee to $95 for a collared jersey dress to $110 for a flare coat.
· Opening Ceremony by A for Apple [Opening Ceremony]