Fashion designers Julie Wirts, Jill Houser, Allison McComas and Erika Williams Ford have designed clothing for the event.
Miss West Virginia Charisse Haislop and Katie Saria, from the reality television show "Buckwild," will model for the runway show, along with artists and citizens involved in the fundraiser.
A wide variety of artist-created goods will be available for sale at the onsite Pop-up Shop. It will feature the arts and goods of local artists and craftsmen including Gideon Kendall, Julie Peppito, Nik Botkin, Jeff Pierson, Chris Higgins, Erin Poe, Aimee Rucker, Erin Phae, Jason Jones, Marty Perry Morgan and others.
All runway clothing will be available for sale in the shop.
Food will be provided by Ms. Groovy's Café and Catering, Black Sheep Burrito and Café Cimino. Café Cimino specializes in southern Italian cuisine, European and Mediterranean dishes. Ms. Groovy's specializes in vegetarian dishes. Black Sheep Burrito specializes in unique Southwestern foods. A cash bar will be available.
Live music will be provided by Snakebox, an experimental music collective, as well as a DJ.
For additional information or to become involved, email McMillian at jodimcmill...@gmail.com or visit H2OMG! Fashion Show Fundraiser's Facebook page. McMillian encouraged citizens to visit www.ourwaterwv.org to find out more about what citizens can do to help during the water contamination crisis.
For additional information about WV Clean Water Hub, call 304-249-8115, email wvcleanwater...@gmail.com, or visit the group's Facebook page.
Reach Judy E. Hamilton at judy.hamil...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-1230.