Carriage Couture

How a Parisian mom-and-pop operation grew to become one of the most coveted luxury labels for the small set

Thinking Small

Three brands illustrate why the newest horizon in the booming luxury market is one of the smallest in scale as they cater to the fast-growing children's market with unique products and charm

Sometimes the next big opportunity is continents away; at other times it's in the backyard. In Paris, word has it that the high-end children's-wear brand Bonpoint is in play. Several luxury purveyors—including the Pinault family, whose retail holdings include Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent—have expressed interest. Bonpoint, the quintessential Parisian brand, is known for meticulous detailing and classics with a fizz in sizes 0 to 16. The company...

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