North West and Blue Ivy are two tots that are always way ahead of the average. With Kim and Kanye or Beyoncé and Jay Z as your parents, there's basically zero chance of a hum-drum run of the mill life. And when it comes to fashion they're trend-setting beyond their years, peers and most grown-ups dream wardrobes. Often clad in mini-me versions of their famous mum's designer duds (see Kim and North West's twinning Givenchy above), these two impeccably turned out kids have worn custom clothes from every covetable label ranging from Balmain to Givenchy and back again. And now in very welcome news for Riccardo Tisci fans comes the reveal that Blue Ivy and North West are not the only tots with access to the designer's stunning pieces. Tisci is introducing a kids wear range for Givenchy in fall 2017. Cue collective cheers from the elite mummy style squad.

The collection will feature clothes to fit babies and toddlers from one month to three years old and a four to 12 year old range for both fashion-fit young gents and on-trend girls.  We're assuming it will inevitably conform to Tisci's exquisite cutting-edge aesthetic that has made Givenchy the go-to couturier for fashion trailblazers like Blue Ivy's mum, Beyoncé, Kim K, Adele and Naomi Campbell.

Beyoncé wearing Givenchy

Two collections per year are planned with the first to drop July 2017 in premium European, Middle Eastern, Asian and US retailers. Prices will range from 90 Euros (approx. $128 AUD) for tees up to 300 Euros (approx. $425 AUD) and up for coats. Word on the luxury label street is Tisci is also planning a 'couture capsule' collection for girls, replicating Givenchy couture dresses in kid-friendly sizing. Swoon.

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