Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Kids Clothing Line Is Calabasas-Themed

Hometown heroes.

In case you were unaware of this crucial fact, Kim Kardashian hails from Calabasas, California. And she’s not about to let you forget it. 

Kardashian has been teasing the new children’s collection she has designed in collaboration with her rapper slash fashion designer hubby, Kanye West, and, from what we’ve seen, it’s heavily inspired by the affluent, L.A.-adjacent California town.

Like West’s Yeezy Season 5 collection, the children’s line — called The Kids Supply — features a map of the neighborhood embroidered onto at least one silk bomber jacket. Given the married couple’s personal aesthetic, we wouldn’t be surprised to find “Calabasas” stamped onto pint-sized tracksuits and slashed denim, too.

The line drops Friday at noon PST on TheKidsSupply.com, a website designed with the same type font as West’s Yeezy ecommerce website. TheKidsSupply.com is currently password protected. 

In her most recent tweets about the “sick” drop, Kardashian suggests that she and West have “made almost all of our kids’ clothes” — except those toddler Balmain jackets, of course. 

Based on our first glimpses of the collection, the line appears to be far more fashion-forward and urban than the preppy Kardashian Kids clothing collection, which Kourtney, Khloe and Kim launched in 2014 and currently retails at Lord & Taylor, Nordstrom and Babies R Us. 

Only the best to wear with your baby Yeezy Boosts, right? 

Source: lstyle

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