Céline Dion, Nununu confirm launch of their new kids’ clothing brand
As teased Monday, when Céline Dion shared a mysterious video via her various social media accounts, the Canadian singer is launching into kids’ fashion. In collaboration with the Nununu brand, the global megastar presents a debut collection of gender-neutral clothing for babies and children.
Céline Dion and Nununu have issued a joint release confirming their partnership for the launch of Celinununu. The new brand focuses on consciously unisex, gender-neutral designs for babies and kids aged up to 14 years. The first collection, available globally via the brand’s e-store, already offers over 70 silhouettes, including apparel and accessories.
The Celinununu partners explain in a statement: “This new kids fashion brand liberates children from the traditional roles of boy/girl, offering them the freedom to choose clothes that strengthen their own power of personality, from a tender age.”
The debut collection includes pants, leggings, T-shirts, sweaters, dresses, jackets and accessories. Prices range from a $20 (around P1,000) for a baby hat to $290 (over P15,000) for a leather jacket. JB
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