A Fashion Show With A Cause

On July 31st 2016 I got the opportunity to go to a fashion show with an amazing cause. The fashion show was hosted by a charity called Kasie Helpz Kidz which helps children with cancer. The fashion show is hosted all around the country bringing children with cancer together in a fun environment where they can get all dressed up and feel like a million bucks walking down the catwalk. All the models in the show were cancer survivors ranging from the ages of 2-19 years old. Each model had their own outfit that they pick out themselves and got their hair and makeup done professionally, which I got to witness as the event planner showed me around the venue before the show and dinner started. The decorations in the room made it feel like walking into a fantasy wonderland of tulle and flowers. The twinkly lights gave a magical ambiance in the room which gave it a very special feel.


The backdrop of the show was this handmade paper flower wall. The details of the flowers were amazing and gave the room a sort of whimsical feel.


This little boy’s outfit was one of my favorites. I thought he looked very dapper and I especially liked the hat.

I loved this girl’s floral dress and updo hairstyle
This girl had one of the happiest and best smiles I have seen
These were all the models in the show

Each model in the show looked stunning and had their own attitude or as I like to think of it, a “model alter-ego” as they strutted their stuff down the catwalk. The event was enjoyed by everyone by the funky-upbeat music, fancy cupcakes, and of course the smiling models.

This little dude definitely had an alter-ego up on the stage
How could I not take a picture in front of this intricate paper flower wall?

If you would like to know more about the charity here are some links you can take a look at down below!

Website: http://www.khkidz.org

Instagram: @lovehelpzkidz 

Youtube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f307cuZwKv4

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