Fashion-minded teens shine at Kings Plaza shopping mall

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Youngsters turned cool catwalk cats as they strutted their stuff – plus shed the spotlight on local designers – during a fashion show, presented by the Thomas S. Murphy Clubhouse of Madison Square Boys & Girls Club.

The spring showcase, held at Kings Plaza Shopping Mall, Flatbush Avenue and Avenue U, featured youngsters, aged six through 18, who modeled original designs and big-name fashion labels, commanding the spotlight on the first floor.

The annual tradition of a fashion show was created by Aleathea Sapp, the club’s Cultural Enrichment Program specialist, to raise the self esteem of youngsters while introducing them to careers in the fashion industry.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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