Louis Vuitton introduces luxury baby range – including an £875 teddy and a £61,000 monogrammed wardrobe
- The French fashion house has released the collection in time for Christmas
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Louis Vuitton has been slammed for its latest luxury range for babies, which includes a £1,140 rattle and a £875 teddy bear.
The French fashion house has released its first baby collection in time for Christmas, and its fittingly geared towards the colder months.
The brand has injected luxury to typical baby items – and a couple of zeros to the price tag. Babies can shake a Louis Vuitton silver rattle for £1,140, with the classic monogram stamp emblazoned across the bottom.
If parents like the sound of the collection, they best be quick since though, as the rattle appears to be sold out online.
Despite the apparent popularity of the brand’s latest release, members of the public have taken to social media to slam the collection and its jaw-dropping price-tags.
Louis Vuitton have released their luxury range for babies, which includes ‘Louis’ the teddy bear for £875 (pictured)
Elsewhere, the brand has taken on the classic teddy bear – and quite literally, added their own stamp.
The Louis Vuitton monogram is embroidered into the 100 percent cotton material of ‘Louis’ the bear.
Customers can get their hands on the bear, which features leather pads on its ‘paws’, for £875.
At the top of the range is a £61,000 baby wardrobe, which is modelled off a classic Louis Vuitton brown leather suitcase.
The item, which also featured on Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Christmas gift guide for children, turns into a self-standing wardrobe when opened, fit with small drawers, compartments, and a mirror.
According to the Louis Vuitton, the wardrobe is a reinterpretation of one of their most favoured products: ‘The Wardrobe’, which was first created in 1875.
Despite the jaw-dropping price tag, the trunk is said to last a lifetime as owners can repurpose the item.
The brand – which is famed for its leather luggage range – has also released a mini suitcase for babies.
At £1890, the suitcase is, yet again, covered in Louis Vuitton logos, along with a cotton exterior and leather trim.
In addition to clothing items, the range includes a luxury pillow and blanket for £1610 collectively and porcelain utensil set for £950
At the top of the range in terms of price is a baby wardrobe, which costs a jaw-dropping £61,000
The brand – which is famed for its leather luggage range – has also released a mini suitcase for babies
Priced at £1890, the suitcase covered in Louis Vuitton logos, along with a cotton exterior and leather trim
The Louis Vuitton suitcase for children includes a leather handle with the words ‘Louis Vuitton Paris’ on
Elsewhere, the designer brand has even welcomed utensils into the range, with a £950 Gold Porcelain set, including a bowl, mug, and plate, each decorated with monogram flowers.
Additionally, a solid silver spoon has also been presented for £285.
To match, parents can purchase a silver tumbler for £805, which can be engraved for a personal touch.
The collection has, however, divides social media users – with many being concerned about the price tag.
One said: ‘The Louis Vuitton baby range is ending me…’
Babies can shake a luxury silver rattle for £1,140, with the classic Louis Vuitton monogram stamp emblazoned across the bottom
The exterior of the the luxury wardrobe featured on Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Christmas gift guide for children this year
The item turns into a self-standing wardrobe when opened, fit with small drawers, compartments, and a mirror
Parents can purchase a silver tumbler for £805, which can be engraved for a personal touch in desired
Like most of the Louis Vuitton’s latest collection, the silver tumbler includes the classic monogram print
The Louis Vuitton monogram is embroidered into the 100 percent cotton material of ‘Louis’ the bear
Individuals took to X, formerly Twitter, to share their thoughts on the collection, but opinions were divided
A third said: ‘We have a new arrival coming in August. I just received a Louis Vuitton marketing email recommending their baby range. This little suit is £900. NINE HUNDRED POUNDS!!
‘Uhhh… no. My brain cells are not outnumbered by my teeth.’
A fourth remarked: ‘Louis Vuitton has a range for babies now,’ a long with a laughing crying emojji.
A fifth took a different stance and said: ‘It’s sooo cute I want that Meli-Melo blanket for my first born.’
Another agreed and said: ‘Louis Vuitton releasing a baby collection does not help my baby fever.’
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