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Which luxury retailers are hopping on the kids clothes bandwagon? Which ones aren't, the New York Times asks. Besides relatively affordable lines, like Diane von Furstenberg's recent collaboration with GapKids, there are seemingly countless lines of pint-sized designer duds hitting the market from brands like Lanvin, Gucci, Stella McCartney, Marni, and Burberry, to name just a few. "Now, children are the new accessory," says the Times. Which, at the very least, should make street style blogger Tommy Ton happy. The photographer recently told Shop Ghost he thought "moms with children" were a major hole in street style blogs. It looks like 2012 might be the year that oversight gets corrected. [NYT, Previously]