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New fc:babywear to create funkier impression
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Oct '09
French Connection, the fashion clothing designers, has announced the arrival of its first ever babywear range.

The capsule range which is being launched as fc:baby will include designs for both genders and will be available in five sizes: 0-3 months, 3-6 months, 6-9 months, 9-12 months and 12-18 months. The new baby clothes collection will be available from the end of August in select London and Manchester stores as well as from the French Connection website.

The new french connection babywear range will feature all in ones and full length bodysuits as well as bodysuits, tops, bottoms and hats all made in soft jersey for both style and comfort.

For the boys, the clothing comes in an understated palette of traditional blue or the option to go grey or white. Girls - as well as having the obligatory pink and purple clothes to choose from - can also take their pick from navy and white options.

Plain designs are also available for parents who want to give their baby a more discreet look, while star print pyjama tops can be paired with stripy trousers to give an alternative funkier look for infants who want to make an impression. Sleep suits with drawstring bottoms or elasticated waists and retro button-up detailing will be available in toned down stripes or bold and kitsch flower prints in crimson or grey.

In keeping with the classical designs, the fc:babywear collection will also offer tops with thin horizontal stripes for boys and polka dot patterns for the girls for a timeless day wear look, along with stuffed toy rabbits in prints and fabrics from the range.

French Connection was founded in 1972 by Stephen Marks who set out to create well-designed fashionable clothing that would appeal to a wide audience. French Connection now offers a fashion-forward clothing range with a quirky spin on design, priding itself on quality and affordable prices.

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