LONDON - The best and brightest in the fashion world convened here anew this week for the biannual London Fashion Week.
The House of Ikons has revolutionized one of the biggest fashion events in the world by expanding it from one day to two days, to stage a back-to-back event featuring an all-children fashion show.
Opening the show on Sunday was the brand Be Unique Be You with a bold message against bullying, followed by nine other labels showcasing the trendiest off-the-rack designs and bespoke creations.
Some 100 children strutted down the the runway, including Filipino youngsters.
Milan-based Filipino designer Korn Taylor did the finale show, with a 30-piece formal wear for boys and girls.
"The theme behind this collection as you see -- red, blue and yellow -- is inspired by the Philippine flag. We are representing the Philippines and doing the finale walk, I was emotional," said Chona Bacaoco, business partner to the Korn Taylor brand.
Thirteen-year-old school boy Josh Birch Jones from Kent also presented his latest evening wear collection.
He started sketching at a young age, inspired by his mother's wardrobe, seeing her beautiful collection of clothes.
"I started designing from when I was old enough to pick up a pencil," said Jones.