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Patrician offspring of the world, rejoice! Your long-awaited Karl Lagerfeld fashion line has finally arrived.

As reported by WWD, the tirelessly¬†stylized and august¬†designer¬†has announced plans to¬†launch pint-sized luxury wares under his namesake label, for a very young generation ‚ÄĒ kids who already have¬†notable fashion icons to observe and bite off of¬†(Nori West, Blue Ivy, and all the Beckham kids come to mind). Of course, it's parents who will be shelling¬†out big bucks for tiny clothes.

Set to launch in Spring of 2016, the line will produce two collections a year and be infused with the "cool, ironic personality" that Lagerfeld's rock-n-roll inspired designs are known for. I'm assuming this of course means an abundance of teeny-tiny gloved Karl doppelgängers will be unleashed upon the runway. Because irony.

For the endeavor, Lagerfeld will be teaming up with childrensware powerhouse CWF (Childrens Worldwide Fashion) ‚ÄĒ a production company with over 50 years experience that prides¬†itself as "having the largest design studio dedicated to kids‚Äô fashions in Europe" and has helped launch the children's collections of¬†Marc Jacobs, DKNY, Burberry, Chlo√©, and Boss. With wee¬†luxury as their forte, CWF and Lagerfeld have honed in on markets in Europe, the Middle East, and Korea for the launch, again proving, that if nothing,¬†the man knows his customer base.


And while Lagerfeld once famously remarked that as a man, he doesn't quite believe in having children, from the looks of things he certainly believes in dressing them (and dressing them well).

Marjon Carlos is a style and culture writer for Fusion who boasts a strong turtleneck game and opinions on the subjects of fashion, gender, race, pop culture, and men's footwear.