30 Fashion And Beauty Brand Names Parents Are Giving Their Babies

Chanel, Cartier, Armani and other luxury designers have found new life in the form of baby names.
Sephora, Estee and Omega are just a few of the names that parents are giving their kids. 
Sephora, Estee and Omega are just a few of the names that parents are giving their kids. 

Parents draw baby name inspiration from countless sources ― pop culture, literature, food products and even favorite luxury brands. According to the U.S. Social Security Administration’s latest data, 352 baby girls were named Chanel in 2019 and 153 baby boys were named Cartier.

Below, we’ve rounded up 30 fashion and beauty brand names that parents have chosen for their children and the number of newborns who were given each name in 2019. While we can’t confirm that the brands are the reason behind every newborn’s name, it’s likely they inspired at least a portion of them.

Aldo (310 boys)

Armani (712 boys, 515 girls)

Avon (19 boys)

Calvin (2,630 boys)

Cartier (153 boys, 21 girls)

Cavalli (five boys)

Celine (638 girls)

Chanel (352 girls)

Coco (84 girls)

Dior (138 boys, 496 girls)

Dolce (five girls)

Donatella (16 girls)

Estee (13 girls)

Fendi (16 girls)

Hermes (20 boys, five girls)

Kenzo (334 boys, five girls)

Klein (19 boys)

Laurent (18 boys)

Loreal (19 girls)

Madden (291 boys, 50 girls)

Manolo (74 boys)

Marchesa (six girls)

Maybelline (18 girls)

Nivea (30 girls)

Oakley (686 boys, 902 girls)

Omega (52 boys, 16 girls)

Perla (236 girls)

Sephora (37 girls)

Valentino (429 boys)

Yves (11 boys)