Lanvin Petite: Kids Clothing Line Revealed

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Little women: Lanvin's kids line is out of the bag.

Thank heaven for little girls ... or their clothes, at least.

Proof that youth really is wasted on the young, Lanvin's Alber Elbaz has unveiled his Lanvin Petite collection for girls aged 4 to 10—and we're seething with jealousy.

Launching in November, the 25-piece line takes inspiration from label founder Jeanne Lanvin, her beloved daughter Marguerite, and the mantra that "cultivating good taste starts young."

"This new wardrobe for little fashionistas combines Lanvin's technical expertise with the modern flare of its designer," the Parisian label says in a press statement. "It tells a story with wit and grace, unfolding in rich materials, meticulous details, fluid lines, full of life and charm."

And how? Pouffy princess dresses in lipstick shades of pink and red, playful capris paired with embellished tees, frilly skirts, a silk taffeta trench boasting beaded sleeves, and ornate organza, ribbon, and tulle details are guaranteed to transform any tot into Suri Cruise.

Because it's never too early to start accessorizing, the collection also includes mini ballet flats featuring tulle pompoms; necklaces dripping in rhinestones, beads, tulle, and metal; and four rag dolls outfitted in the brand's designs.

Part of the proceeds will benefit the Designing Hope charity. Still, the real hard-luck case might be the parents trying to keep little Madison and Priscilla from smearing chocolate and bubblegum all over their decadent duds.

Speaking of Suri Cruise, she is rumored to have a shoe collection worth $150,000.