Toronto Kids Fashion Week Season Three Is Underway Hello runway, auditions are here!

 Little Fashionista’s from all across the world will be taking part of runway auditions this Saturday for Toronto Kids Fashion Week (TKFW). Children will be able to showcase their talent, charisma and charm in hopes of being selected for the TKFW event this November 30, 2019.

Models will be judged by posture, facial expressions, runway walk, posing, confidence, trainability and the ability to walk to a beat. The selected winning participants will be walking the runway sporting various children’s wear from designers such as Nudnik, Moka, and Kindluv, to list a few. Some designers will feature and promote environmentally friendly fashion pieces, diverse modeling talent in their collection looks, and anti-bullying messaging within their designs. This third seasons focus will be on children’s Spring and Summer collections for 2020.

TKFW’s 3rd season participating judges will be Shawn Byfield, award winning performer, presenter, choreographer, and coach; Troy Jackson, Supreme Tamu children’s wear designer; Ravneet Malhi, Tie & Tiara children’s wear designer; and Dimitrios Seymour, Director of AMTI Toronto.

With a focus on diversity, TKFW judges will be scouting for children between the ages of 3-13 of all cultures and backgrounds to represent a true definition of inclusive international talent. Audition applications are still open, so fill out the forms to submit your child(ren) before its too late. Video auditions are also available for those not local to Toronto.  Only those selected to participate will be contacted for the audition process.

For more information on Toronto Kids Fashion Week, how to submit for an audition, or buy tickets for the event, please visit

About Toronto Kids Fashion Week:

Founded in 2018 TKFW was born to establish a global platform in Children’s Fashion with a focus on social responsibility and industry inclusivity. TKFW is dedicated to featuring children’s wear brands and fashion designers from around the world, while shining a spotlight on up and coming models, designers, and trends. TKFW also recognizes the importance of inclusivity among the fashion industry, and reinforces anti-bullying messaging as part of their platform. Exemplifying the message that the Fashion industry can be inclusive and that bullying is never a good look on anyone.

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