ICE CREAM BOW TIES PRESENTS:

ANIKI: KIDS’ FASHION SHOW


An imagination of creativity.

Children are often told that they are too young to accomplish anything. Aniki Allen started this own neck wear company: Ice Cream Bow Ties at the age of only 9 years old. Two years later, he is ready to launch his own brand: ANIKI.

Aniki (兄貴), a Japanese honorable term for an older brother, a superior or honorable one.

Designers work closely with Aniki to create merchandise that is representative of his personal style and brand. Inspired by being multi-racial, Aniki finds inspiration from family and everyday life. His brand is made for anyone who loves creativity and aspire to be inspired.

ANIKI: Kids’ Fashion Show

Saturday, May 4th, 2019 | 12-2pm

Location: Minnesota Children’s Museum | 10 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 |

Price: $20 Adults $15 Kids $25 At the door

To purchase tickets: www.anikiallen.com/shop


ANIKI: Kids’ Fashion Show will be debuting during Fashion Week Minnesota. Fashion Week Minnesota is a bi-annual event of runway shows, presentations, panels, and shopping events used to highlight the current collections of Minnesota-based designers, brands, and retailers. The event is organized by Fashion Week MN, a volunteer-run, community-oriented, not-for-profit organization that organizes two fashion weeks each year—a spring edition in April, and a fall edition in September. Annually, FWMN is attended by more than 2,500+ attendees with more than 20 events in 7-9 days. 

FEATURED DESIGNER

The event will also feature Sanya’s Hope for Children Bags, handcrafted by Sanya Parani. Sanya Parani a 7th grader from Hidden Oaks Middle School in Prior Lake, MN. She is the founder/CEO of “Sanya’s Hope for Children” (non-profit) as well as Youth Ambassador of CAP agency for Scott, Dakota and Carver Counties. Sanya’s Hope for Children was founding in January 2017 to support local and global impoverish children. For more information please visit: www.sanyashopeforchildren.org

EVENT SPONSORED BY

Superior Performance Center

Located in St. Paul, Minnesota, Superior Performance Center is a high-performance sports medicine, pain and premier wellness group that offers a full spectrum of non-surgical, orthopedic and regenerative treatments that help patients to continue to do that the things they love, without any pain.

The experienced team of physicians, chiropractors, and sports medicine specialists at Superior Performance Center use cutting-edge technology to treat various musculoskeletal injuries, from stress fractures, joint dislocations to ligament ruptures. We also offer convenient in-house imaging for quick and accurate diagnosis.

Superior Performance Center is also partnered and affiliated with many organizations by providing medical care, equipment, and event coverage throughout Minnesota: USA Boxing, Kids for a Cause, Monster Race Series & Valley Athletic Association.

For more information:

Superior Performance Center | 360 Sherman Street Suite #300, St. Paul, MN 55102 | 651-927-1010 | www.spcmedgroups.com |

MINNESOTA CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

Minnesota Children’s Museum sparks children’s learning through play. The museum, a nonprofit organization, serves more than 550,000 visitors each year at locations in St. Paul and Rochester.

Our museums are kid-powered play spaces where families have fun together and kids take the lead. Through interactive exhibits and programs, the museum provides open-ended, self-directed experiences that give kids (and adults!) the space and freedom to explore their interests, solve problems and build life skills like confidence, critical and creative thinking, communication and more.

The museum in St. Paul features 10 permanent exhibits including a four-story climber with spiral slide, laser maze, car wash, ball launchers, maker space, pretend town, and a gallery for toddlers and pre-schoolers. There’s also a traveling exhibits gallery that features a new exhibit every few months.

For more information:

Minnesota Children’s Museum | 10 West Seventh Street, St. Paul, MN 55102 | 651-225-6000 | www.mcm.org |