10/11/2009 06:55 GMT | Updated 22/05/2015 06:12 BST

Peak Princess Bring Out A Boys Range

Peak Princess, a label we featured a little while ago in this post for their girls range, have recently announced a debut range of baby and toddler clothing for boys. The range features a selection of high quality vintage Liberty prints, and has adopted the name Peak Prince.

Peak Prince, who design and create the products, have clearly taken on board some of the more retro clothing shapes and have applied this to the final range.

All of the products in the boys' section are named after the children of designer Lissa's friends. Take, for example, the "Harvey Moonbeam" dungarees on the right. The pattern featured an assortment of kitsch looking bicycles. You can buy it in sizes ranging from 6 months to 3 years, with priced starting at £29.99.

Lissa creates all the handmade pieces in her home in the Peak District, hence the name of the brands.

Here are a few more pieces from the new range.

This Miami Vice style shirt is the 'Samuel L' Shirt (from £29.99). On closer inspection you can see the shirt is covered in a multitude of cartoon cars. This shirt is available in sizes 6-12 months to 6-7 years.

The 'Baby Beau' romper adopts the same pattern as the 'Samuel L' for the younger age group. Available in 3-6 months and 6-12 months for £29.99

Finally, Peak Prince offer the 'Charlie Mouse' culottes. Designed with a denim finish, the culottes go nicely with the 'Samuel L' shirt. Prices start at £24.99.