WHERE: 1200 S Jackson St
WHAT: Each year the businesses of the International District and Little Saigon neighborhoods take to the streets for Celebrate Little Saigon, a fest honoring the Vietnamese American food, arts, and culture that form the base of the community. While everyone's nibbling on Bahn Mi or watching the Massive Monkees tear it up, we'll be keeping our eyes peeled for miniature trendsetters in harem pants and snapbacks.
This year, QuestKids joins the party, showing off the freshest of its urban-edged kids streetwear in a micro-fashion show. Designer Binh Nguyen launched the line after his niece was struck with cancer, and seeing the high quality of care at Seattle Children's, shited his focus not only towards kiddies, but to giving back.
So, for every adorable miniature pair of harem pants, every snapback, every graffiti-esque screenprinted tee, a portion of the sales benefits kids affected by cancer. Maybe the show will give you ideas for some back-to-school swag?
WHEN: The festival hits the streets Sunday, August 24 from 11 to 6, and the QuestKids strut their stuff at 4.