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Kids in designer togs rule the runway in back-to-school fashion show

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News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Mikayla Rae Mathis
Mikayla Rae Mathis Photo by Sandeep Khandelwal
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Ava Le and Bella
Ava Le and Bella Chramosta. Photo by Sandeep Khandelwal
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Atianas Henderson
Atianas Henderson Photo by Sandeep Khandelwal
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Nikhil Shah
Nikhil Shah Photo by Sandeep Khandelwal
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, London Hastings and Maddie Pastor
London Hastings, left, and Maddie Pastor. Photo by Sandeep Khandelwal
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Dakota Luyt
Dakota Luyt Photo by Sandeep Khandelwal
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Mikayla Rae Mathis
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Ava Le and Bella
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Atianas Henderson
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Nikhil Shah
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, London Hastings and Maddie Pastor
News, Shelby, Crimestoppers Kids Fashion Show, August 2014, Dakota Luyt

What: Back-to-school fashion show benefiting Crime Stoppers of Houston.

Where: Josephine's Day Spa and Salon.

The 411: Lights Camera Action and Josephine's hosted the youthful hipster fashion event that featured fall fun styles in pint-sized designs from Gucci, Cavalli and Armani. Gabriela Dror fascinators showed up on a few towheads while labels by David Peck, Un Deux Trois and Isabel et Noa were spotted on the salon catwalk as well. To ensure that every kiddo looked his or her best spa owner Vivian Yeh provided hair and make up. Putting a purpose to the gathering, Crime Stoppers of Houston executive director Rania Mankarious offered safety tips for youngsters headed back to the classroom.

Who: Applauding the animated youngsters were supporters including Lights Camera Action founder Ruchi Mukherjee, Katherine Le, Cody Hastings, Michael Pearce and Matt Burrus, Dagmar Schattel, Kim Padgett, Connie Kwan Wong,  Donae Chramosta, Sonia Garces, Roseann Rogers, Magan Pastor, Sonia Soto, Sydney Dao, Rita Garcia and HPD Officer Ann Marie Carrizales.

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