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Happy Sunday! Here Are Some Precious Kids In Mini-DVF Adorableness

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    Prepare to squee from cute overload: Diane von Furstenberg is going for round two with Gap, for a collection of children's clothing that makes us wish we were still sporting a size 6x. Like last time, von Furstenberg has translated the bright colors and personality of her women's collection for little moguls in training. Guardian UK reported the news of the second go-round, in which the designer herself gushed, "it's fun, it's colour, it's 'Oh, I want it because it's so cute.'" No kidding. With a summer-y spirit, the designs perfectly toe the line between bubbly prints and structured yet playground-friendly cuts.

    But, don't take our word for it. Just take a peek at the adorable tots ahead, wearing the Gap Kids collab. The printed leggings, the patchwork chambray, the "honey-I-shrunk-the-DVF" wrap dresses — kids these days, they have it so good! Click through, and then go ahead and share this link with your favorite preschooler before the line drops April 25. (Guardian UK)

    Photo: Courtesy of Gap

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