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If someone could bottle up whatever it is that Gabrielle Union does to achieve her perfect skin, we would be eternally grateful. In the meantime, while we wait for that magical potion, we can all shop the L.A.'s Finest actress's adorable new baby clothing line with New York & Company.

Inspired by her 5-month-old daughter Kaavia James (with basketball player Dwayne Wade), Union created a capsule collection for babies, size 0 through 24 months.

"What started out as just wanting to make matching outfits that @kaaviajames and I could wear (and our dog Tre) - transformed into something bigger that includes all babies," Union wrote on her Instagram account. "The line was inspired by busy moms who need easy, cute and comfortable clothes for their babies… and of course, @kaaviajames' dynamic personality."

Ranging in price from $15 to $45, check out our favorite pieces below, or shop the whole collection here.

1. Kaavia James Collection French Bulldog Print Onesie

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Price: $34.95

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2. Kaavia James Collection Dot-Print Smocked Top and Bloomer Set

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Price: $34.95

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3. Kaavia James Collection Striped Oversize Jumpsuit

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Price: $39.95

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4. Kaavia James Collection Animal Print Ruffled Romper

Price: $24.95

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5. Kaavia James Collection #Shadybaby Star Print Tee

Price: $14.95

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