German fashion house Karl Lagerfeld has signed a global licensing partnership with Children Worldwide Fashion to launch a debut kidswear line from spring 16.
Karl Lagerfeld Kids will comprise clothing, footwear and accessories for boys and girls from newborn to 16 years in two seasonal collections per year. A capsule collection for babies will also be available.
A spokeswoman for Children Worldwide Fashion said the ranges will sit between DKNY and Boss kidswear, which they also produce, with an average wholesale price of €24 (£17.77).
The line will launch worldwide, but focus on key markets in Europe, the Middle East and Korea. In the UK it will be stocked in House of Fraser, Harrods and Selfridges.
Children Worldwide Fashion produces the kidswear collections for several brands under licence including Burberry, Chloé, Little Marc Jacobs and Timberland, as well as three in-houses ranges, Billieblush, Billybandit and Carrément Beau.