H&M’s cute new children’s line will benefit UNICEF


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H&M is really amping up the cute factor on their children’s clothing for a new line of boys and girls sweaters, dresses, jackets and shoes that benefits the UNICEF All for Children charity.

25% of sales from the collection (which hits H&M stores at the end of September) will go to All for Children, to support education and protection for children in Bangladesh.


The line is filled with adorable and whimsical pieces like floral-print dresses, pink sweaters with velvet bow closures, and cat-face ballerina flats for the girls, and flight jackets, Breton-style striped shirts and suspenders for the boys. There are also faux fur vests for the boho baby and a shimmery silver button-down sweater for the glamour girl. And a pair of unisex tan suede ankle boots would surely fly off shelves if they came in adult sizes.

The collection is done in an array of autumnal tones and ranges from comfy cropped sweatpants to color-blocked sweaters that seem right for a stylish back-to-school wardrobe.

-- Melissa Magsaysay


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