Katwalk Kids Fashion Magazine was started in 2019 off the back of the charity I founded and now run with a wonderful committee of women and men alike. The aim of this magazine like Katwalk for Kids Charity is to promote inclusion and diversity within the children’s modelling industry, whilst also supporting the world’s most popular children’s models.
After experiencing the difficulties that disability and ill health of your child first hand can have it made me realise how much that acceptance and understanding is needed and what a difference that can have on children’s and their families lives. Especially their mental health.
Reading on the run? Download our latest magazines in digital format, or if you prefer to sit back and flick through a magazine the good old-fashioned way then you can order a printed copy… and treasure it forever!
Katwalk Fashion Magazine focuses on everything in children’s fashion from wonderful photography, designers , a platform for models to promote themselves, stories, interviews and more! Children from all backgrounds and walks of life are our focus.FASHION BRINGING CHILDREN TOGETHER
Donate to our sister charity “Katwalk for Kids” TODAY!
Each year Katwalk for Kids brings together local, interstate and International designers and businesses to organise a Catwalk and Fashion Event and raise money to support the social, physical and mental welfare of such kids. All profits from our events go towards local charities, services and social programs to enrich and fulfill the lives of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, children who have other difficulties and their families.
Wyatt has been modelling for about eighteen months and has received formal training in both; including in runway, print and studio and location photography for his modelling, and acting classes, workshops, and training in scripts and TVC for his acting.
Wyatt is a thirteen year old model and actor based in far [...]
FROM OUR READERS
Danielle’s motivation and energy has resulted in a truly unique magazine that any parent, grandparent or relative would be proud to see their children in. It is a tribute to Danielle’s determination, and I wish the magazine every success.