Children’s fashion brand Janie and Jack and fashion designer Rachel Zoe have joined forces a second time to release new party and resort collections.
“After having a ball together last holiday, I knew our partnership with Rachel was far from over,” Shelly Walsh, senior vice president and general manager, Janie and Jack, said in a statement. “I’m beyond excited to showcase this year’s collection, and as Rachel says, ‘glamour is a state of mind’ so we can’t wait to see families shine however they celebrate this holiday season.”
The Rachel Zoe x Janie and Jack Exclusive Party Collection includes 30 stylish pieces of clothing and accessories, available in sizes 12-18 months to 12 years with prices ranging from $19.50 to $169.
The line features signature metallic dresses and jacquard suits for girls with accessories like headbands, metallic leather shoes and a cream faux fur purse. For boys, a soft velvet grey suit, cream dinner jacket and black tuxedo pants can be worn with a wool felted fedora and more.
For a family matching moment, the collection includes a floral printed lame dress for girls that matches back to a tie for boys. The collection also includes a gold lurex plissé dress and plush faux fur coat that match two pieces from Rachel Zoe’s women’s Holiday collection.
On Dec. 7, the pair will introduce their new 25-piece Resort Collection. The collection will be available in sizes 3-6 months to 12 years with prices ranging from $14 to $85.
For girls, the looks range from soft beachy hues on ruffled dresses to palm and paisley print sets, along with metallic and gold accents on swimsuits, sunglasses, and sandals. For boys, items include allover palm print shirt and shorts, a denim jacket, linen button downs, striped and printed swim trunks, collared shirts and matching accessories.
Both the Party and Resort Collections will be sold at select Janie and Jack stores in New York City, Los Angeles and Newport Beach, Calif., and online at janieandjack.com.
Once owned by Gymboree Group, Janie and Jack was bought by Gap in March 2019 at a bankruptcy court auction for $35 million.