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ChildsPlay unveils new A/W range
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Nov '11
Online children's designer fashion retailer, ChildsPlay is delighted to reveal its latest collection of designerwear for AW 2011/12.

ChildsPlay, a deluxe designer fashion retailer for children is leading the way in luxury for children's clothing this Christmas with the stylish new Autumn/Winter collection.

The new season range features premium labels such as Chloe, DKNY, Ralph Lauren, Boss Kids, Burberry and more.

The shopping website is thrilled to present the fantastic Autumn/Winter collection in time for Christmas 2011 and there are so many gifts available for designer babies and designer kids.

The new season collection includes all kinds of designer children's wear including the super stylish and trendy gilets, luxuriously comfortable winter coats, warm winter accessories, cool knitwear and funky snowsuits.

The A/W range is amongst a vast collection of other designer wear from designers such as Dior, Fendi, Armani, Juicy Couture, Elle, Moschino, GUCCI, Prada, Ferrari, Little Marc Jacobs, Stone Island, Timberland, Miss Sixty, Guess, Kenzo, Oilily, Roberto Cavalli and a luxurious array of premium brands that can't be found on the local highstreet.

The children's fashion site offers an excellent delivery service so parents can order the most unique designer pieces in time for Christmas.

Childsplay is home to a fantastic selection of kids clothes from a plethora of superb designer brands. This is the place to be for junior fashion, from names such as Armani, Fendi, Gucci and many more.

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