Many of us roll our eyes at the thought of spending hundreds of dollars on a pair of designer jeans, even as we invest in True Religion Apparel
And while more frugal parents might bemoan the fact that even at Wal-Mart
Procter & Gamble
This isn't the first move by diaper makers to carry the designer trend to the pre-toddler set. Kimberly Clark
Cultural warriors have long lamented the forcing of adulthood onto kids, and it seems with designer diapers we've gone about as far as possible -- though who knows, maybe geneticists will offer us designer embryos in the near future. We can already choose our baby's sex, and we're almost at the point of preselecting babies' traits.
Abercrombie & Fitch
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