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Clare Vivier's Son Might Be The Most Stylish Kid Ever

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    In 2011, before BFFs Kelly Stuart and Violet Gaynor had kids of their own, they launched The Glow — a glimpse into the world of inspiring, stylish moms. Swoon with us as we thumb through the archives in preparation for their next venture: an equally addictive book that'll feel right at home on your coffee table.

    Clare Vivier’s namesake line of minimal-chic accessories have gained a fiercely devoted following thanks to her desire to stay true to what women really want — quality, versatility, and a touch of je ne sais quoi. Her irreverent approach extends beyond bags to her home decor, personal style, and even her son’s unexpected fashion choices.

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    The bilingual ten-year-old (Vivier met her Parisian husband while living abroad) has a penchant for pairing slightly cropped khakis with classic white t-shirts and chunky, shrunken sweaters. The result: a look that’s unique and playful while still delivering on comfort. While Vivier admits that she has heavily influenced her son’s cool look, she also realizes that “he has a strong sense of style, and little flourishes of his own.” Clearly, she’s taught him well.

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