THON 2019 Kids Fashion Show

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The THON 2019 Kids Fashion Show kicked off at 10 a.m. on Sunday leading dancers into the Final Four of THON 2019. Four Diamonds children walked down the “magic carpet” on stage to show us their representation of “Exploring The World” the theme of this year’s THON Kids Fashion Show. Follow along with VALLEY to see what amazing and adorable outfits were showcased this year.

Ashlyn and Evan Brysiak opened up Kids Fashion show by sporting their favorite NFL team, the Philadelphia Eagles. Ashlyn sported her jersey with a bright blue tutu, Nittany Lion ears and decorative face paint. Right before Ashlyn and Evan left the runway they started the famous chant “E-A-G-L-E-S … EAGLES!”

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Angelica Zander was next wearing a Penn State shirt with a fuzzy light blue cardigan and a pastel light blue and yellow striped sun hat to top it all off.

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McKenna Voss strutted down the runway in black shimmery leggings underneath a gorgeous dress. The dress having a black and white floral designed top and the skirt being rainbow with floral designs as well. McKenna tied her look together with a rose colored metallic jacket on top.

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Daniel Testa loves the 76ers and Philadelphia Eagles so he decided to dress as a player of the 76ers for his runway debut. Daniel completed his look by wearing a 76ers jersey paired with neon blue shoes and a white sweatband around his forehead.

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The adorable Mina Horan wore tiger print leggings with a bright orange and black tutu along with her light blue final four shirt and Nittany Lion ears. Mina also had her two organization partners wear cheetah print dresses and headbands as they carried her across the stage.

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Carly Wilfong was covered head to toe in color with neon graphic leggings, Lilo & Stitch socks, a bright green tutu, and her organization’s blue final four shirt. Carly also wore a green and yellow lei along with a fluffy white bunny hat and colorful bracelets.

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Natalie Biancone wore Penn State clothing head to toe along with the best part of her ensemble a purple cape that had a glittery four diamonds logo, pediatric cancer ribbon, and the words “CANCER FREE” on the back.

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Rockne Smith and his brother wore snapbacks and holographic sunglasses as they danced across the stage alongside two of their organization partners from FIJI. Rockne paired his snapback and sunglasses with black jeans and a black and white tie dye t-shirt.

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Devin Pulaski looked adorable as she came out in blue and purple graphic leggings with a light purple tutu and shirt on top. Devin completed her look with bright pink lip gloss, oversized black sunglasses and a mini pink and black top hat.

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Emily Robinson wore a beautiful long glittery black dress with light pink tights and a white cardigan. Emily also had on light pink Paris themed shoes that had the Eiffel tower on them as well. Emily completed her look with a few colored bead necklaces as well as both Nittany Lion ears and a purple bow in her hair.

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A’Niah Butler also sported all Penn State apparel head to toe with Nittany Lion knee high logo socks and a long sleeve shirt. A’Niah added a frilly blue and white tutu on top that she also tied football logo ribbons too as well.

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Morgan Smith looked like a princess as she walked out covered in all pink. Morgan wore a long pink dress with sparkles on top along with her glittery pink shoes and a light pink bandana headband tied in a bow.

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Aubrey Evans carried in the arms of a Family Relations captain waved to the crowd while wearing a baby blue ballerina dress with light pink tights and pink flats with bows. Aubrey also had on a blue and white headband and bow and carried a small tan purse that had a cat and daisy flowers on it.

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Shiloh Crimmel supported her organization the Lionettes by wearing their light pink THON 2019 tank-top with a rainbow sequin covered skirt. Shiloh also had dark blue bear ears on and carried a purple purse with a plush dog in it.

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Landon Knepp was the last one to walk the stage and also had a small dance performance at the end to close the Kids Fashion Show. Landon wore a black and gold t-shirt that had the pediatric cancer ribbon imprinted into the center of a shield logo along with gray shorts, a Star Wars snapback, holographic sunglasses, and knee high black socks that also had the pediatric cancer ribbon on them.

Photo by Mitchell Valentin

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