( ENSPIRE YOUTH ) Kids Couture Fashion Week Presented by J. Love School of Fashion Etiquette
September 19th at the Jamaica Performing Arts Center an entertaining fashion showcase was put together by J. Love Youth Fashion School of Etiquette. They have a mission to provide an enriching experience for young models and cultivate a spirit of excellence in them. This school looks to enhance confidence, build leadership and socialization schools with children who have a passion for modeling. It is more than just runway walk, this school seeks to develop and educate the young talented individual. J. Love School of Fashion prepares the young talented kids from all walks of life to have the skills and tools necessary to engage in the professional and entertainment fields.
The show was a combination of young and older models showcasing youth and adult designer clothing. The children had an abundance of energy as they strutted the runway and modeled local and out-of-state designers clothing. Designers who participated were Lady D, Aliyah’s Swimwear, Triple Stitch Diva, Ayanna Art Fashion Davis, Hats by Rosebud Collection, Will Traxx – Cool Nerd Collection, Pinky Sez Collection, Chicago Playground Collection, Monica Johnson, Hope made and Joe Shannon.
The show closed out with an NBA inspired finale. The kids came out in array of team wear from different sports. Such an energetic event that had to end with all the kids on stage doing the Nae-Nae dance to Silento. Sponsors for this event included:
Jamaica Performing Arts Center, Bamboo Garden Restaurant, Taliah Waajid, HealthFirst, Toys of Hope, Keri Singleton of Keri’s Korner Radio show, 950 Lounge, Fashion Avenue News Magazine, XS Energy Drink, Applebee’s, Dunkin Donuts, Señor Frogs, Eboni Looz and others.
This event gave the kids and other models a platform to showcase their hard work and talents acquired from the Jacqueline Love Youth Fashion School of Etiquette.
Photo Credit: Peekapose Photography