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Next adds new children's clothing to A/W collections
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Jul '12
British brand Next have added fabulous new children's clothing, accessories and shoes lines to their practically perfect Autumn Winter collections. From Arthouse to Explorer, the brilliant ranges are right on trend for newborns and toddlers right through to kids and teens.

Baby girls and older sisters will love this new season's Arthouse story - a dynamic play of abstract prints in monochrome, intriguing textures and flashes of metallic. Key pieces include bold zebra print on dresses, coats and jumpers, mixed with yellow ochre tones appearing through patterns and trims.

The Wild Bunch offers girls of all ages an adorably kooky, easy to wear mix of vintage-look denim with over-sized knits and jersey tops, all in a warm colour palette of toffee and soft pink shades. Trendsetting additions to the high street fashion collection include hints of leopard print, clustered stars, sparkle and glitter threads in jumpers and t-shirts give this collection a pretty twist.

Whilst The Evening Post channels 1940s nostalgia, inspired by tea-dress florals and heritage fabrics. Think tweed, corduroy, and cable-knit in rich autumnal orchard tones of quince, green apple and teal. Denim jodhpurs worn with printed Peter Pan collared shirts, layered with knitwear is a key look. Not to mention new arrivals of slippers, robes and girls' nighties which make for great birthday and Christmas gifts.

Explorer gives boys aged 3 to 16 an upbeat story of all-terrain outerwear inspired by the challenges of the great outdoors. Bold stripes, checks and Aztec motifs are key in this colourful, fun-to-wear story. Boys will love key knitwear pieces, with accessories to match. Little Explorer lets much younger lads layer-up in quilt jackets, chunky knits, and cosy flannel shirts.

Other stories for baby boys include Rookie in which smart jackets and peacoats are teamed with gingham shirts and preppy chinos. Bow ties and braces complete this engagingly retro varsity look. Gentleman's Club reworks traditional country classics such as waxed jackets, duffle coats and elbow-patched cord blazers for the under-5s of today.

Older boys have their own 50s Revival, expressed in waistcoats and skinny-fit polos. Cardigans and touches of tartan recall Mods in smart-casual looks that truly rock.

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