After successful run-through of the Spring Summer 2017 and Autumn-Winter 2017 editions pan India covering cities like Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, etc. Junior’s Fashion Week is all set for a series of spectacular showcases yet again with Spring Summer 2018 edition beginning this February. What’s better and different, you may ask. Well, not only the city beautiful Chandigarh adds to the list of showcases but JFW also debuts to Pune. With two more cities added to the list of showcases, Junior’s Fashion Week aims at making it bigger and better. With so many memories created in the previous successful showcases with parents and juniors who beautifully donned the stylish and trendy collections by the leading international kids wear brands on the runway, Junior’s Fashion Week looks forward to creating magic once again.
With bringing more brands on the runway, Junior’s Fashion Week is aiming at becoming one stop destination for juniors who want to live their dream of walking the runway, and for parents who wish to make their child learn and groom. Junior’s Fashion Week brings to the view children’s apparel, footwear, accessories and décor and kids related other services. Focusing on juniors aged between four to fifteen years, the event brings with it, immense vivacity and energy of the children’s’ fashion & lifestyle industry.
Beginning its Spring-Summer 2018 journey, Junior’s Fashion Week debuts to the city beautiful Chandigarh in February, and moves on to Chennai in March, followed by Kolkata in April, Mumbai and Pune in May, New Delhi in June and ending the season with Bengaluru in July. What makes Junior’s Fashion Week stand out among the lot is the fact that it believes in grooming juniors by building their confidence and eliminating their camera and stage fear. Well, what could be better?
The workshop is moderated by experts and is an introduction to the grand showcase that ensues. It is especially designed by the JFW team to groom the junior models to make them runway ready and instill confidence and aptitude to be a junior model. Junior’s Fashion Week had a lovely journey in 2017.