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London to host Global Kids Fashion Week next year
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Nov '12
The first Global Kids Fashion Week to be held in London in March 2013 would host several ramp shows, performances, dialogues and such other activities mainly focusing on high-end kid’s fashion. 
 
The event, which would mark the completion of the fashion week season in the UK, would host two main shows – first, a showcase of latest autumn/winter 2013 collections by world’s leading brands and second, a charity event in support of charity Kids Company, where the company would showcase its own spring/summer 2013 collection.
 
While the first event would be open only to media, the second event to be held under the aegis of premium childrenswear e-tailer alexandalexa.com would be a ticketed show entertaining entry of public at large. The sum raised from this second show would be utilized to help the underprivileged children of UK. 
 
The fashion week to be held simultaneously with similar events in the USA, Middle East and Australia, will be unique as it would be open to public.
 
Kids and their parents would also get a chance to view a performance from London’s Children Ballet and to participate in workshops by the V&A Museum of Childhood.
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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