Gigi Hadid’s new born is already building a luxury wardrobe with items from Jacquemus, Lanvin, Missoni and more

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Gigi Hadid walks the runway during the Jacquemus Menswear Fall/Winter 2020-2021 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on 18 January 2020. (Photo by Peter White/Getty Images)
Gigi Hadid walks the runway during the Jacquemus Menswear Fall/Winter 2020-2021 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on 18 January 2020. (Photo by Peter White/Getty Images)

Gigi Hadid’s baby girl is already experiencing the soft life of luxury. At her tender age, the new-born joins the list of celebrity children whose wardrobes drip opulence after being gifted a number of designer items.

The model took to her Instagram to thank her designer friends for the generous gifts. The lavish gifts Gigi junior has received so far include the teeny-weeny white Jacquemus Le Chiquito from designer Simon Porte Jacquemus and a Missoni knit blanket by Missoni from the brands creative director and president, Angela Missoni.  

According to Page Six, the baby also received printed silk pyjamas from Lanvin hand-painted jeans by Juliet Johnstone and a gold bracelet adorned with both a diamond and a sapphire. 

Gigi's baby girl is now part of the celebrity children with wardrobes most can only wish for, from designer bags, clothes and expensive jewellery. 

On her first birthday, Cardi B's daughter, Kulture celebrated with a dreamy birthday party courtesy of her parents and expensive gifts.

Kulture and Cardi B sported matching custom Moschino outfits and baby Cardi was gifted with a Word Party cartoon diamond necklace that, according to TMZ, costs more than R1.3 million.

But this is no surprise because Kulture is known to wear designer clothes and jewellery that all amount to a small fortune.

Earlier this year her dad gifted her with a pink Birkin, matching her all pink outfit.

She’s also been seen in this personalised diamond bracelet as part of her jewellery collection.

Camp chair ready, Kulture has also been seen in this Gucci ruffle dress.

All these items, of course, add to her designer outfit collection – her favourite brands include Versace and more Gucci items.

Before Kulture, Stormi Webster turned one as well, and she too already has a remarkable accessory collection that many of us can only dream of.

Stormi celebrated her first birthday at an elaborate Stormi World theme park party, sporting one of her gifts from her father Travis Scott, a diamond chain with a gold lightning bolt sign.

But this is not Stormi’s first expensive accessory item. In fact, she has enough bling to make all of us a little green with envy. Last year, Kylie Jenner posted her daughter’s personalised gold bracelet, engraved with her name, Stormi, paired with gold studs.

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Stormi’s accessories don’t end with just jewellery. Her mini bag collection is also something to be marvelled at for a one-year-old. Her birthday present from DJ Khaled is a red velvet Chanel crossbody bag.

One on eBay will set you back R50 000.

Her first designer bag was a multi-coloured mini Louis Vuitton bag from Kim Kardashian, about a month before her first birthday. According to Bustle, it's worth around R14 000.

Her other presents include a Gucci gift and one present that was wrapped in Christian Louboutin wrapping paper.

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Some may remember that, a few months ago, Stormi spent some time in a R12 000 Gucci baby carrier that has a matching Gucci bag where her nappies are kept. Oh, and yes, she strolled around in a R180 000 Fendi stroller and Fendi cap.

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I’m sure we’ve all marvelled enough at this little one’s designer accessories, but there’s more. Stormi also has an impressive sneaker collection including the following:

Nike Air Jordan

Nike x Off-White Air 1 Jordan

Holographic Adidas Originals

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