WARNING: The images you are about to see will cause an immediate chemical reaction in a mother’s brain. If you suffer or have suffered from Oniomania, you may want to avert your eyes.
(Oniomania: from Greek ὤνιος onios “for sale” and μανία “insanity”, is the technical term for the compulsive desire to shop, more commonly referred to as compulsive shopping, shopping addiction, shopaholism or compulsive buying.)
The thing is, once you see these gorgeous coats for kids, you can’t unsee them – so you’d better be ready to start shopping. And since they’re priced *slightly* higher than your average article of child’s clothing (quality + fabulous design + Rudsak reputation = $295 and up) you’ll either be rushing to your nearest retailer, or sighing with unabashed admiration.
Introducing the über adorable Rudsak for Kids. The line will feature the same premium and distinct aesthetic as Rudsak’s fall/winter 2012 line for parents, made city-chic through detailed tailoring and fashionable placement of features like leather sleeves, asymmetrical closures and fur trims.
Kiddos will be treated to three (3) styles: two, named LOLA and LILI are each designed for girls and the other, LULU, is unisex (though I do believe it has a strong masculine styling). LOLA and LILI feature oversized fur-trimmed hoods and a down-filled pongee coat or puffer with lamb leather sleeves, while LULU shows off a bomber-style puffer also with leather sleeves.
It was only a matter of time before Rudsak, one of Canada’s leading leather fashion brands for women and men, branched out into the children’s market. A modern lifestyle brand consisting of timeless fashion outerwear, footwear, handbags and accessories, Rudsak is renowned for its signature leather accents and luxurious, urban approach. Not only do I covet these new kid’s coats, but I’ve been a long time
stalker admirer of their gorgeous leather handbags.
Rudsak for Kids will be available in-store and online at the end of September. Click here to visit Rudsak.