TUPELO, Miss. (WTVA) - Models of all ages were dressed up in clothing attire from foreign countries.
People watched one of two shows at the second annual "Fashion Event at Goodlett Manor."
The fundraiser helps support one of the state's non-profit health organizations.
The models showed off various clothing lines from countries like Germany, Lithunia and New Zealand.
The purpose of the fashion show was to raise money for the Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi.
Devilish Mary's teamed up with a local business global network to host the fashion show where all proceeds raised will stay in the Magnolia State, benefiting those in need.
"The one wonderful reason why that we're working so hard for donations is because the money that we earn actually stays in the state of Mississippi," said Rhonda Chrestman, event coordinator.
"There's also a great camp for juvenile diabetes that they have every year," adds Phyllis Roninson, owner of Devlish Mary's. "A lot of people have just designated that but all of the proceeds do stay in the state of Missisisppi for our Mississippi diabetes foundation."
The camp is called Camp Kandu, located in Florence, Miss.
It's where kids between the ages of 3 and 12 can go and be a part of a real outdoor experience.