10 New Playground Style Rules, According to Global Kids Fashion Week

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The first-ever Global Kids Fashion Week is underway in London right now, featuring pint-sized looks from luxury labels like Oscar de la Renta, Paul Smith, Gaultier and Missoni. Here are a few playground style rules we learned from the world's most discerning tots. 

1. Lederhosen are so in right now. 
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They say "I no longer live in fear of peeing my pants" in a way that elastic-waist bottoms just don't, you know?

2. Purses should resemble stuffed animals.

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We really hope Marc Jacobs included some googly eyes under that wee messenger bag's flap.

3. Attitude is everything.

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This little dude knows he looks good in his John Galliano vest. Like he just rolled into the baby club, was escorted to his private sandbox, and ordered Pedialyte sippycup service with juicebox mixers for everyone.

4. You're never too young for a walk-off.


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Okay, fine. A crawl-off.

5. Hats should double as masks.

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For impromptu superhero games.

6. Dresses should have built-in padding.

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Instant playground injury prevention! Those monkey bars are no joke.

7. When in doubt, show a little sock.

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Note the street style blogger-esque pant leg roll.

8. Fur should be purple.

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She can tell everyone it's monster fur. Instant respect.

9. Knitwear should be able to hold snacks.

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He has, like, three boxes of Annie's Cheddar Bunnies in that neck pouch.

10. Dressing like tiny adults will make people treat you like tiny adults.

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Would you tell these two that, no, they can't watch Wreck-It Ralph and eat ice cream because it's already 9 p.m.? No. You wouldn't.

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