Several designers and fashion houses including Karl Lagerfeld and Dior sketched gifts fit for Britain's future king, according to Women's Wear Daily
Fashion is already a hotbed of creativity, so WWD had asked numerous designers to dream up presents for the royal baby. The Prince of Cambridge's birth on Monday had many of the industry's visionaries running to their studios to create beautiful clothing for the baby boy.
One such designer, Lagerfeld illustrated an elaborate pacifier that he referred to as a "royal dummy," its common name in England, reported WWD.
And Dior was so inspired by His Royal Highness that the label created a whole babywear collection. They explained the unique details to WWD, "Like fairies leaning over a cradle, baby Dior was inspired by Mr. Dior's lucky charms to adorn the future newborn's outfits."
"Cashmere knitting, coming in a beautiful leather suitcase, was twisted with four-leaf clovers to keep the baby warm," Dior continued. "Each piece, embellished with embroideries and lace, was delicately handmade, requiring hours of work."
Though Dior had plenty of posh stuff, Christian LaCroix focused on bringing out the best in an ornate Royal Pram, a flat-bottomed sailboat, according to Fashionista.
Vera Wang on the other hand engraved a silver rattle with "HRH," standing for His Royal Highness.
With such elaborate gifts, fashion's most-high elite are already rushing to dress the heir to the British throne, reported Fashionista.
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