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The New School: Parsons Students Present Thesis Collections at petitePARADE

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On October 18th, 2014 recent Parsons graduates, specializing in Children’s wear debuted their collections on the runway at Kids Fashion Week held in Bath House Studios, NYC.  Including Parsons to the roster of famous children’s wear brands was an idea introduced by Tiziana Indelicato and her two partners, who began the development of petitePARADE, Kids Fashion Week.

In May 2012 after attending Parsons Annual Benefit Fashion Show the founders were impressed by the amount of talent represented by the children’s wear collections that traditionally open the show. They immediately reached out to me, and we began working on showcasing a variety of children’s wear designers on the petitePARADE runway, all recent graduates and all former students of the children’s wear sections. 

We wish to thank everyone at petitePARADE, and look forward to many more years of collaboration!
— Francesca Sammaritano, Parsons

This year, six Parsons Children’s Wear graduates were amongst the selected designers to show their collections during Kids Fashion Week:  Ashley Chang, Erica Ki, Hyun Joo Lee, Seul Lee, Danielle Molina, Cory Paglinco.

Edited copy via Parsons / Photography by Lee Clower

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The Juice Foundation host 4th Annual Fashion For A Cause in Partnership with Bloomingdale's

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Photography by Nicolas Stipcianos

Two time NBA Champion, Juwan Howard, and his wife Jenine Howard of The Juice Foundation presents her foundation’s 4th Annual Fashion For A Cause; A Kid’s Fashion Show at petitePARADE, Kids Fashion Week.

I’m just so grateful to everyone who came out to show their support. All of our kids looked amazing and they just did a wonderful job strutting their stuff. The foundation received an overwhelming amount of financial support, and for that we are grateful.
— Jenine Howard

Emmy Award winner Niecy Nash & Kellee Stewart hosted the show, the stars of TV Land hit comedy series, The Soul Man.  Featured in the show were fashions by Bloomingdale's featuring the University of Miami Sylvester superstar oncology patients and the Miami Heat players.  The oncology kids were styled by celebrity stylist Elysze Held. Guests enjoyed a fabulous kids fashion show and healthy food booths and games.

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One to Watch: Violet Knobel

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Not many models can say their first job was walking the runway for the late, great Oscar de la Renta. Violet Knobel can – and it is one of the many reasons we have chosen her to round out the Top Ten in our "Ones to Watch" series with Lee Clower Photography and LaPetite Magazine

Violet Knobel in ADIDAS Track Jacket | Photograph by  Lee Clower.

After years of pleading with her mother, herself a former model, Violet broke into the industry two years ago at the age of eight. She has since worked for big names such as Ralph Lauren, Diesel, GAP Kids and Target. Violet also has done commercials for Verizon and I Love New York.

Violet In Pink Leather Moto Jacket by Bonnie Young | Photograph by Lee Clower

When I wear her designs, I just feel so empowered!
— Violet Knobel on Designer Bonnie Young

Outside of modeling, Violet enjoys swimming, reading, surfing and going to the beach with her friends in the summer. She also loves science. "I would love to be a chemist when I grow up," she says. "I enjoy experiments, and if I got to do that as a job, it would be awesome!"

Violet Knobel and Lily Chee enjoying the outdoor vibes in looks by Lamantine Paris.

Violet is named after her beloved great-grandmother who lived until just shy of her 95th birthday. Her middle name, Alene, comes from her great-great-aunt, the first female disc jockey at Gene Autry's radio station in Hollywood – both women, her mother tells us, who symbolize strength, intelligence and grace.

When we asked Violet to describe herself in three words, she chose "funny, smart and adorable." We love to see a strong legacy live on.

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