Runway fashion show stars students, dancers
"Attitude!" the director yelled as his models strutted down the runway in preparation for tomorrow's big show.
However, these models are not in London, Paris or even New York - they are University of Arizona students bringing fashion to Tucson.
With stores including Dillards, Hot Topic, Miller's Outpost and the House of Tuxedos providing the clothes, about 15 UA students and 35 elementary and middle-school students will be clad from head to toe in the latest fashions.
Education junior Drew Berns, who is sponsored by Project Volunteer, will direct the second annual fashion show to raise money for the Ronald McDonald House and show off students' talent.
Though Berns selected most of the attire for the UA models himself, Robin Gilbert, retail and consumer sciences junior, helped him out.