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Everlane Tries Its (Radically Transparent) Hand at Kids' Clothing

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World meet Mini, SF-based Everlane's kids' clothing line for girls and boys. Debuting today, the limited-edition holiday collection consists of 11 no-fuss, unisex pieces— virtually pint-sized versions of adult favorites.

Made at the same factories and using the same materials as Mom and Dad's styles, Everlane's Mini collection—for ages two to five—is timeless and made to last. (Certainly, these hand-me-downs will be welcome with open arms.) Indeed, the classic striped tees, white button-downs and cashmere hoodies are sure to become the work-slash-play-horses of your mini-me's wardrobe.

And, y-e-s, these small packages make good gifts for all the adorable minis on your list.