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2021 “NO.1 Child Star” International Children’s Fashion Festival was successfully held

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2021 “NO.1 Child Star” International Children’s Fashion Festival was successfully held

December 07
03:28 2021

The 2021 NO.1 Child Star International Children’s Fashion Festival was held in the magic city of Shanghai. More than 200 outstanding child models from more than 30 regions in China, after a competition of three shows, finally selected the 2021 National Champion, the first runner-up and the second runner-up, the top ten, the image spokesperson, the diamond child model, the person of the year and many other honors.


The success of 2021 NO.1 Child Star is a major symbol of the booming development of China children’s fashion industry, promoting the development of the industry to continue to move forward steadily, allowing more parent-child families and institutional teachers to provide an all-round showcase platform for their children, find their own glory and growth on the stage of NO.1 Child Star, and make a significant contribution to the development of aesthetic education for young people.

The organization committee said that this year coincides with the centenary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, and NO.1 Child Star has also choreographed a number of patriotic-themed shows to present a magnificent fashion gift to the Party and the motherland, and to cultivate a sense of patriotism and social responsibility among contemporary children and youth.  At the same time, this year’s NO.1 Child Star set up a number of international first-line brand fashion weeks, bringing together high luxury brands such as Gucci, Burberry, Fendi and Versace, presenting a professional-grade global fashion show for children’s models, discovering more outstanding child stars and broadening children’s international horizons.

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