Houston disabled children will showcase Halloween costumes at fashion shows
Children will make Halloween costumes for students at the Houston College of Art, then they will walk, or – if sitting in a wheelchair – rolling the runway, KHOU reports.
“This fashion show will stand out this year,” one of the participants, John F. III, told TV.
His name is based on the creation of Fair and his mother Cassandra.
“The important thing is that we stand up again, go back and regain our youth,” Fair said.
Three years of surgery to repair scoliosis caused Fair to squat down from the chest.
“Sometimes it’s hard, but it’s life,” he told KHOU.
“For a while, he was very, very depressed, but Williams syndrome was kicked,” Cassandra told the television station. “It is characterized that no matter what you experience, you will see its bright side. You will focus on positive rather than negative.”
One of the positive thoughts is a fashion show that helps children cope with disability by enjoying some fun.
“Everyone loves fashion shows,” Fair told KHOU.
It may not be “Project Runway”, but it is a warm event.
“Let you be very proud to be part of such a thing, and how you want to get more people involved, what can we do to make this event a bigger event,” Manisha Sista, her husband’s business sponsorship At the event, he told the TV station.