Shoe brand Loeffler Randall created a fun kids collection as part of a J.Crew collab, and Jesse Randall's own 11-year-old daughter Clementine played an active role in creating the designs. Clementine is said to have been seen sharing fashion advice with customers at a J.Crew sample sale and the brand invited her to participate in the creation of her own fashion range with the collection for kids. Clementine's love of fashion can be seen in her fashion illustrations, sewing skills and the fact that she's passionate about styling her own outfits.
The J.Crew line called Crewcuts for kids includes pairs of loose-fitting jeans, cinched tank tops and stylish sandals, all of which boast a style that seems laid-back, comfortable and casual.
Loeffler Randall's Young Daughter Designed a J.Crew Collab
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