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Vogue Bambini: the children's fashion shows for Solidarity | Traveling Easy
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Written by Michela | 26 September, 2011 8:00

The timing of Milan Fashion houses the collections for the first time baby: National Chamber of Italian Fashion and Vogue Bambini join the organization and promotion of a charity fashion show.

The 27 September 2011 at 18.00, in the Hall 'Cathedral' of the Piazza del Duomo in Milan, in an atmosphere of play and harmony, their children will be on the catwalk collections for the most glamorous of the major Italian brands, supporting the activities of 'Association 'non-profit organization Children in Crisis'.

The Maison participating in this important initiative are Laura Biagiotti Dolls, Simonetta, Richmond Junior, Miss Blumarine, Ermanno Scervino Junior, Fay Junior, GF Ferre, I Pinco Pallino, Roberto Cavalli Angels and Roberto Cavalli Devils.

The shares of the Maison, the entire proceeds of ticket sales and sponsorships, as well as enabling the realization of the event, will be donated to support two projects 'non-profit organization Children in Crisis'. The first is “Progetto Pepita” that, in collaboration with the Associazione Onlus De Musica, provides for the creation of a classical orchestra permanently in the city of Milan and aims to combat youth problems, school dropout and a possible cross-cultural aggregation well through that universal language that is music. The beneficiaries of the project will 80 boys and girls in Milan. The second one is "On the side of the Girls" and offers scholarships to 80 children in Tanzania who have completed primary school and that, Despite the good results and the desire for further study, can not access the secondary school for economic reasons. The attention here is focused on women because the few resources that poor families devote to education in Tanzania, are traditionally reserved for males, relegated to the realm mostly girls home and the care of the family.

In a difficult economic time like this is important to devote attention to the realities in need both locally and internationally. This is just the beginning: National Chamber of Italian Fashion hopes to make an appointment next year and to double the number of children assisted.

He cast, by Vogue Bambini, was held on 17 September and hundreds of children, accompanied by their mothers, were presented at the Milan Triennale. The children were selected 80 and, while waiting to be photographed on September 2 prepared for the shooting, have been able to play in the adjacent garden.

For information call 02/77710824. Ticket sales are handled by Aragorn (www.aragorn.it Tel. 02/465467467).

We thank the sponsors UniCredit, Testanera and B by Lemons for their generous contribution.