Kids Worldwide Emphasizes The Youth Through Fashion

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After working with labels like Alexandar Wang and Helmut Lang, NYC-based designer Robbie Stuart debuted Kids Worldwide in 2020 with the brand’s inaugural collection. The brand, which playfully channels its inner youth, features colorful conceptions and artwork from children who collaborate with the label during creative workshops.

Collection pieces are crafted from organic and recycled cotton in unisex sizing. Each workshop allows space for kids to explore and be exposed to new ideas, utilizing their imagination and creativity for unique concepts and designs. The label’s portfolio is comprised of several sweatpants, crew necks, shorts, long-sleeve tees, and hoodies among other items. Not to mention, names of the young artist behind each design are credited properly.

Some of our favorite pieces include the Be Yourself long-sleeve shirt which features drawings of a unicorn, heart with wings, and star alongside encouraging words. Another one being the You Can Change hoodie, which reads “you can change the world” with hearts and rainbows drawn on the sleeves. Garments come in an array of colors: pink, black, green, white, yellow, and beige. The pieces comes in both adult and kids sizing.

Retailing between $45 and $205 USD, you can shop the brand’s latest collection on the Kids Worldwide website. 10% of the net profits go back to the RIVER FUND, a nonprofit organization that allocates contributions directly to the kids and families that the brand works with.

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