|Suri in heels.|
But today a picture of another 'coolest kid in fashion' emerged. Here she is, Aila, Alexander Wang's niece wearing - wait for it,
'A Chanel handbag a mini Alexander
Wang Rocco and the personal style of an off-duty model' - Grazia online
Am I the only person who thinks there's something wrong here?
|Aila, looking bored in Front Row.|
|Jennifer Lopez with Emme.|
|Rodger Bergman and Skyler Zoe.|
|Victoria Beckham with Harper.|
I understand that mothers and fathers sometimes need to take their children to work, but to parade your offspring in mini versions of designer gear is surely not right? How will these little boys and girls feel growing up in the glare of publicity? Will they always measure the degree of their success on how they look and on how expensive and exclusive their wardrobe is?
I know they're selling the designer clothes, the children's lines are a lucrative market, but still?
And this isn't just sour grapes. The fact that I couldn' afford little Aila's outfit (or a grown up version of it) in a million years has nothing to do with my views. When my lovely daughter was little, I really, really enjoyed dressing her in cute things, and equally still love going shopping with her. But I would never have paraded her in front of the world's paparazzi as some kind of arm candy, however famous I was. It's just cannot be good for their natural childhood development.
What do you think?
|Aila is cute, I know, but...|