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Bengaluru to host 14th edition of India Kids Fashion Show
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Photo from Mumbai edition of IKFS held earlier this year. Courtesy: IKFS
Photo from Mumbai edition of IKFS held earlier this year. Courtesy: IKFS
The garden city of Bengaluru will host the 14th edition of India Kids Fashion Show (IKFS), the premium fashion show for kids, on June 25-26, 2016.

Some prominent international and national brands, along with kids' clothing designers will showcase their latest collections at the event. The grand finale will be presented by the brand Scullers.

Some iconic fashion brands from across the globe will display for the first time on the fashion runway for kids. These brands include Fox, Sela, Pumpkin Patch, Utsa, Lavender, Chemistry Girls, Laali, Nino by Vani Mehta, and Pluie. These brands and designers are all set to showcase some exquisite collection on the runway through young talented kids' models who will sashay down the ramp in their latest collection.

The glossy event will also witness some acclaimed celebrities walk the runway as showstoppers along with the kids.

IKFS has been steadfast in its approach to provide a platform to acclaimed brands world over to come forth and tap the potential kids' apparel market in India and a lot of brands and designers are foraying into this burgeoning segment.

“IKFS takes immense pride in the faith the brands have shown in us, supporting the kind of work we do. We are delighted to be working with some of the iconic fashion brands from across the globe. This is what makes IKFS stand apart from others in being the premium fashion show for kids in the country,” said IKFS chairperson Priyanka Mahariya. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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