Vietnamese Agency Throws the Most Epic Fashion Show for Kids

Vietnamese netizens are raving about the young models who recently strut their stuff on the catwalk in what has got to be the most adorable fashion show in the world.


Presented by Ho Chi Minh City-based talent agency Pinkhouse Entertainment, the third season of “Asian Kids Fashion Show” was held on December 26.

It featured professional child models as young as 3 years old wearing the latest fashion trends from prominent Vietnamese designers.

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One of the show’s main stars is 7-year-old Khanh An, whose confidence and effortless catwalk style impressed many viewers when the show aired in December.

Triplets Bao Ngoc, Bao Ngan, and Bao Nguyen, aged 9, also wowed viewers due to their rhythm and coordination on stage.

Meanwhile, 3-year-old Young Tue’s sheer adorableness is enough to capture the hearts of viewers. 

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Much like the “older” models, Tue confidently owns the stage, albeit with a little help from her three-wheeled bicycle. 

The event also featured numerous other kids and teenagers from the modeling agency’s pool of talents.


Held for the first time in 2017, “Asian Kids Fashion Week” has since attracted a lot of local and foreign designers and young models.



The program’s theme for the recent event was “Festive Seasons,” in which foreign designers presented their country’s unique cultural festivals through their collections.

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