Although Princess Diana never met her grandchildren, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, her sons Prince William and Prince Harry have worked hard to keep her spirit alive. Now, the royal tots can dress with their grandmother's memory close at hand thanks to British maternity line Séraphine. The label, which is a favourite of the Duchess of Cambridge, nee Kate Middleton, has launched a luxury baby collection inspired by Diana.
The exquisite collection was created in exclusive partnership between Cecile Reinaud, the founder of Séraphine, and the Diana Award. The Diana Award is a "legacy to Princess Diana’s belief that young people have the power to change the world for the better" and helps young individuals by encouraging, empowering and engaging them. The collection celebrates 16 years of the charity's work.
“I am proud to launch this range in association with the Diana Award," Cecile said. "It has been a real labour of love, just like the charity’s incredible work to continue Diana’s legacy.”
The Diana Award Collection will feature the Princess of Wales's pastel tartan, woven in Scotland. The capsule collection will be comprised of baby girl dresses, boy romper suits and accessories including booties and hats.
Prices for the baby line range from about $54 to $87 for accessories and roughly $141 to $194 for dresses. Twelve per cent of the collection's sales will be donated to support the princess's charity. The Diana Collection will be sold in international department stores, as well as in Séraphine stores and online.