Janie and Jack Teams with Harlem’s Fashion Row on Kids’ Clothing Line
Children’s fashion brand Janie and Jack and Harlem’s Fashion Row, a movement to increase diversity in fashion through creating a platform for multicultural designers, have teamed to debut three capsule collections by Kimberly Goldson, Kristian Lorén and Richfresh. The collaboration, which has been in the works for several months, shares each designer’s unique take on kids’ clothing.
The new capsule collections shine a light on the three designers and allow them to share their unique twists on children’s fashion with Janie and Jack’s modern-classic aesthetic while incorporating their own distinct styles into the line. The Janie and Jack x Harlem’s Fashion Row Collection offers an array of styles, from bold head-to-toe floral prints, to three-piece suits with matching outerwear, and tiered ruffle pants with room to dance. These styles pair back to glossy fashion-forward belt-bags, coordinating printed tights, ballet flats and sneakers, all with the classic Janie and Jack silhouettes.
“As a parent, I wanted to support designers of color by purchasing children’s wear for my daughter,” said Brandice Daniel, CEO and Founder of Harlem’s Fashion Row. “I realized that the children’s market had very little racial diversity. This partnership has inspired the designers and will hopefully provoke an entire industry to think differently about what it could look like to include more BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People Of Color) designers in their strategy.”