Time Out says
Children's fashion designs will be turned into a real adult fashion show
Children love drawing and creating, but Melbourne Fringe is turning their designs into real clothes, to be modelled on a runway.
Adele Varcoe has created the initiative, in which children ages seven to 11 create fashions out of craft materials. The designs are then turned into real clothes by professional garment makers and modelled at a fashion show at the Space Arts and Dance Centre.
The fashion show promises to be innovative and creative, and all ages are encouraged to attend.