Rochester, N.Y.--Style, swagger and trendy threads were on display as night two of Fashion Week took shape at One Restaurant and Lounge.
Glamour starred but philanthropy also played a major role.
Most of the proceeds raised will go toward the Center For Youth. The center aids roughly 400 homeless young people throughout Rochester and Monroe County according to Executive Director Elaine Spaull.
Other non-profit groups joined organizers to volunteer their time for this event--including Nikki Haynesworth of Crisis Nursery of Greater Rochester.
"We have similar goals and helping the youth of the city and the County of Monroe is an important thing to do," said Haynesworth.
Local boutiques, musicians and artists are among others taking part in Fashion Week.
Fashion Week continues Saturday at Memorial Art Gallery and Sunday at the Greater Rochester International Airport.