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​Little models shine at Fashion Week in Ho Chi Minh City

Monday, March 05, 2018, 19:00 GMT+7
​Little models shine at Fashion Week in Ho Chi Minh City
Children models showcase the “Royale Petite” collection from India during the Asian Kids Fashion Week in Ho Chi Minh City on March 4, 2018. Photo: Tuoi Tre

Children models donning clothes by seven Asian designers took the center stage at the 2018 Asian Kids Fashion Week that kicked off in Ho Chi Minh City on Sunday night.

The event, in its second edition, showcased designs by three Vietnamese designers and seven others from Malaysia, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Hong Kong, Thailand, India and Japan.

Indonesian designer Agied Derta Gafar introduced her Gemash collection that depicts the innocence and loveliness of the children, while Malaysian peer Lavender Lim chose almond tree flowers as the main theme for her designs.

One of the highlights of the night was Japan’s “Kimono” collection, and a group performance by 20 Thai children models.

Designers from Thailand, Hong Kong, India and Kazakhstan also wowed the audience with their collections, named Once Upon a Time, 4 Season of Play, Royale Petite and Custome, respectively.

“4 Season of Play” from Hong Kong. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“4 Season of Play” from Hong Kong. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“4 Season of Play” from Hong Kong. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“4 Season of Play” from Hong Kong. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“4 Season of Play” from Hong Kong. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“4 Season of Play” from Hong Kong. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“4 Season of Play” from Hong Kong. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“4 Season of Play” from Hong Kong. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Custome” from Kazakhstan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Custome” from Kazakhstan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Custome” from Kazakhstan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Custome” from Kazakhstan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Custome” from Kazakhstan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Custome” from Kazakhstan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Custome” from Kazakhstan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Custome” from Kazakhstan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Almond Tree Flower” from Malaysia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Almond Tree Flower” from Malaysia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Almond Tree Flower” from Malaysia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Almond Tree Flower” from Malaysia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Almond Tree Flower” from Malaysia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Almond Tree Flower” from Malaysia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Gemash” from Indonesia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Gemash” from Indonesia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Gemash” from Indonesia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Gemash” from Indonesia. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Royale Petite” from India. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Royale Petite” from India. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Royale Petite” from India. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Royale Petite” from India. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Royale Petite” from India. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Royale Petite” from India. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Royale Petite” from India. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Royale Petite” from India. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Once Upon a Time” from Thailand. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Once Upon a Time” from Thailand. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Once Upon a Time” from Thailand. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Once Upon a Time” from Thailand. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Once Upon a Time” from Thailand. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Once Upon a Time” from Thailand. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Once Upon a Time” from Thailand. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Once Upon a Time” from Thailand. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Kimono” from Japan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Kimono” from Japan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Kimono” from Japan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Kimono” from Japan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Kimono” from Japan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Kimono” from Japan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Kimono” from Japan. Photo: Tuoi Tre
“Kimono” from Japan. Photo: Tuoi Tre

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