Sarah Jessica Parker Designed a Gap Kids Collection—We Demand One for Grown-Ups, Too!
Dress your mini-me like SJP. The actress is launching a limited-edition collection for toddlers and kids with the Gap.
Ever since Sex and the City’s heyday, we’ve been enamored with Sarah Jessica Parker’s style both onscreen (who can forget the pink tutu in the opening credits) and offscreen (pretty much every Met Gala look). Now, lucky little ones will get to essentially be styled by her through the limited edition Gap | Sarah Jessica Parker collection, which launches on March 1.
SJP designed the collection for Gap using inspiration from her childhood heirlooms. It celebrates love, luck, and magic, and incorporates the actress and her family’s tradition of saying “rabbit, rabbit” at the beginning of every month for good luck. For toddlers and kids, the collection includes timeless patterns like ginghams, stripes, florals, and eyelets, with the idea that these items can be passed on to friends and family once the child outgrows them. The pieces in the collection range from $17 to $78.
“Creating this collection with Gap has been such a treat as a mother, as one of eight children, and as a reconnection with the brand,” Parker said in a press release. “I hope the pieces are cherished by the children who wear them, that items are passed down among generations, and that some great memories are created while wearing them.”
This isn’t Parker’s first collaboration with the Gap—if you remember, she starred in a couple of the retailer’s commercials in 2004 (one where she was dancing with Lenny Kravitz). We hope there is more to come, because even though the actress designed two women’s dress styles for the collection, we still want a SJP-designed line for grown-ups! But for now, fans can purchase items from the line when it launches March 1 on gap.com.