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Fashion took the stage downtown to benefit a noble cause. 300 men and woman came out to support the Lily Pad's fourth annual Catwalk for the Cause at the State Theatre

16 women were dressed to the nines with apparel and jewelry from Blush. They strutted their stuff on the catwalk.

All the proceeds will go towards the Lily pad to help children suffering from abuse.

"We have sold out of tickets and table, so we are excited to have a big crowd," said Caitlyn Cooper with the Lily Pad, "We've got the Jodi Mann Band and Highway 55, so we have a lot of folks who want to see them and the catwalk. "

The proceeds will go towards the Janaysia's Joy campaign to will provide kids with suitcases as part of the CASA program.