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A VFiles user called Vogue Bambini "one of the most peculiar moments in fashion history," but this moment is still raging: The children's fashion mag still in print and still comes in Italian and English. See all the adorable children who are dressed better than you (and have their model looks down pat) since its inception in 1973 to about the '80s this way. [VFiles]