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DVF's GapKids Capsule Encourages Exploring in Wrap Dresses

Image via Gap
Image via Gap

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Diane von Furstenberg has teamed up with GapKids once again to create a limited-edition collection for little ones. She told WWD, "My idea was to make the little girls look like explorers." The designer also got back to her roots, saying, "One of the patterns from my archives is from a collection called Under the Volcano. I also added a few new prints and adorable printed jeans that I wish I had."

The capsule, which covers all the safari-bound needs of newborns to 14-year-olds, rolls out Thursday in Gap stores in the U.S. and on See the designer's classic wrap dress made miniature above, and after the jump spot colorfully printed pants, safari shirts, trapeze dresses, tees, and onesies in the promo video. Careful, though. Cuteness overload is a real danger.

· Diane von Furstenberg Designs Second Collection for GapKids [WWD]
· Adorable Overload: DVF for GapKids Just Went Live Online [Racked]
· The DVF for GapKids Lookbook, Plus the Cutest Kid DJ Ever [Racked]