This year's theme was "Vintage" at the annual fashion show fundraiser for the South Central Cancer Resource in Morden.
Cancer survivors from the area and other "models" donned vintage clothing from various decades in the 20th century, strutting down the catwalk.
"We hope people are able to look at the clothes and say, 'I remember wearing that', and 'what were we thinking?'," said Sue Nelson, vice president of the SCCR board.
The fashion show is one of the organization's biggest fundraisers, typically pulling in around $20,000 which maintains the programs.
"We have spent $100,000 per year transporting people to appointments," said Nelson.
Events like the fashion show bring awareness to the SCCR, whose number are increasing all the time.
"We're very thankful for the support. We live in an incredibly supportive area," Nelson said, adding that kids even bring the money they've raised from their lemonade stands.
One cancer survivor, who recently started working at the SCCR is Tracey Peters.
She was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer three years ago. She's one of the few Manitobans to have it and is therefore involved in the research to find a cure for it.
"Every day that I get to spend with my children and my husband and helping people at SCCR is a blessing," said Peters.