Monday, October 2, 2017

The Day That Made Us Smile: Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 Vancouver Kids' Fashion Week

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Written by Colleen Tsoukalas

Sarah Murray, Fashion Program Coordinator, Recruiting and Industry Relations, VCC, her daughter, Maeve, blogging guest and model for the day, and I sat together for a delightful day one of the two day event packed runway extraordinaire: Vancouver Kids' Fashion Week. International Media included Asako Baba and her son, all the way from Japan. This is a well organized three hour event, emceed by kids dressed in formal wear, introducing special guests from BC Children's Hospital Foundation and Feng Feng Performance and Indigo Education, as well as announcing performers and maintaining a rigorous schedule. They set the tone and with a whole family of expert designers, encouraging pit photographers, lots of practise and front row support, the models (very young-to young) walk, dance, twirl, and stroll, displaying the latest trend in kids' clothing and accessories.

First up was Vonbon by Jennifer Wilson followed by Wildswan, dance dresses by Japanese Designer, Chiyo Shikawa. Erika Oakes and Michael Lipari, from Ontario were followed by Maeve, leading in her charming white dress, a line of luxury children's wear, Cabriolle (adorable) by Yenni Gowindra, whose gorgeous dresses are made for her daughter, but for all of those who long for that special dress. Plaid and Paisley Little were right before the last two snaps of colorful, imaginative Hugland by Jasmine Haglund. Maeve said she would definitely wear these, and I would too. I finish with a photo of Maeve writing her perspectives from behind the scenes, walking the fashion mile, and then guest blogging. I think we will hear more from Ms. Maeve Downing, perhaps for March 2018, the next Vancouver Kids' Fashion Week. Want to be impressed? Please join us. 

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