A parade to empower the next generation: Toronto Kids

Toronto, Canada, December 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – More than 250 young models took their first steps on the runway at Toronto Kids Fashion Week (TKFW) on December 4. With the theme “Mission to Mars”, TKFW hosted its sixth parade. Over 1,000 guests were able to experience the confidence of children’s models on the catwalk and the creativity of children’s fashion design.

“We saw an opportunity to provide kids with a way to learn about the real professional fashion industry. Learn from industry professionals who have walked the big catwalks and own the big brands. Now they have the chance to stand out and be these real superhero role models, “show director Jamie Hodgins said at a press conference.

Toronto Kids Fashion Week brought a premier fashion experience to children and attendees with the vision to be a global platform for the children’s fashion industry. TKFW’s professional casting team invited 250 children from 600 applicants to model. Like New York Fashion Week or Paris Fashion Week, TKFW is run by a team of stylists who prepared the outfits for each child model and coached the professional catwalks by experienced models to s ‘ensure that fashion designers are well represented. For the sixth season this year, TKFW has attracted young talent and their families from all over the world, even from Japan and Brazil.

“Mission to Mars was a total success! The designers, models, dancers, stylists and the whole team created an amazing fashion show for our 6th season, ”said Jamie Hodgins.

Toronto Kids Fashion Week is dedicated to showcasing children’s fashion designers alongside the most iconic children’s clothing brands in Canada and around the world. The event featured over 25 children’s fashion brands across three shows. TKFW featured designers from the UK, House of Juniors and USA, Teddy & Me and Justice. Toronto-based children’s fashion brands include Eyes on Mi, Maison Louis Canada, Meyo, Moka Collection, Norma Reed, Song + Bird, Two Sisters Dresses, Zero 20 Kids. TKFW also supports local designers Javeda Baby of Calgary and Mini Luxury Lane of Edmonton.

TKFW recognizes the importance of empowering the next generation. With the convergence of fashion, diversity and art, TKFW empowers children to show off their talent and potential, provides more connections for child models with modeling agencies for their modeling careers, and improves recognition. of the best children’s fashion brands.

About Toronto Children’s Fashion Week:

Founded in 2018, TKFW was born to establish a global children’s fashion platform with a focus on social responsibility and industry inclusion. TKFW is dedicated to showcasing children’s wear brands and fashion designers from around the world, while highlighting upcoming models, designers and trends. TKFW also recognizes the importance of inclusiveness in the fashion industry and reinforces anti-bullying messages as part of its platform. Exemplify the message that the fashion industry can be inclusive and that bullying is never a good look at anyone.

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