By: CBS 4 Newsroom
It was a night of fun, fashion and philanthropy for the first all-male fashion show for breast cancer awareness.
"You got to feel confident in yourself to wear pink, and pull it off, " said Dr. Christopher Whitt, Augustana Professor, and model for the event.
The Men for Pink Fashion Extravaganza was Friday night at the Figge Art Museum.
The guys walked the runway while wearing pink.
One breast cancer survivor said, it's nice to see the men supporting the cause.
"Breast cancer don't just affect women, it impacts the whole family," said Etta McGinnis.
All proceeds of the night will be donated to the Juneteenth Commission and the United Neighbors Breast Cancer Awareness activities.