As well as showcasing the latest trends and promoting local businesses, the upcoming Spring Fashion Show will celebrate diversity and inclusion in the world of style.
Organised by Youth Frontiers along with the Disability Trust, joining the models on the catwalk at the coming weekend's event will be three members of the trust's Diva group.
One of the reasons this group was started was due to the passion member Katie Harris has for the fashion industry.
"I want to become a model one day, as part of my plan," the 24-year-old said.
While she was a little nervous to get on the catwalk in front of people as she has never been a model before, she was also excited for the experience.
I want to become a model because I want to show people who I am.Katie Harris
"I want to become a model because I want to show people who I am," Ms Harris said.
"Some people tell me it's difficult to become a model.
"But I think doing the show will give me more confidence."
The Disability Trust's support worker Sarah Gough said the aim of Diva was to give the members confidence to get up on the catwalk in front of a large group of people.
"But we've also tried to make the group as holistic as possible by doing a lot of self-care, making it about looking after yourself and all the different ways you can do that," she said.
For instance aside from fashion the members learn about healthy eating and take part in guided meditation.
Youth Frontiers Far South Coast coordinator Jodie Stewart said the fashion show project was being led by two participants in her program, Sapphire Coast Anglican College Year 8 students Amy De Friskbom and Kassandra Shipton, who had wanted to find a way to celebrate diversity and inclusiveness in the region.
"They're committed to making the community a better place, which is a fantastic quality in young people," Ms Stewart said.
"The fashion show will also showcase local businesses.
"There's been lots of generosity from the community to make this happen."
The Spring Fashion Show will be on Saturday, September 21 from 2pm at the Sapphire Coast Anglican College, Bega.
The show will be hosted by ABC South East's Daniel Doody and there will be a special appearance by Miss Planet Australia 2018 Krysta Heath who will be mentoring the models.
Entry is $5 and includes finger food and entry into the lucky door raffle.