The fourth annual Unify Against Bullying all-inclusive fashion show was held Tuesday night.
The fashion show celebrates students of all shapes, sizes, sexual orientation, and ethnicities.
Student models from over 25 school across Massachusetts and Connecticut came together to show off fashion from different backgrounds.
The president of Unify Against Bullying, Edward Zemba told 22News the goal of Unify Against Bullying is to celebrate true diversity.
“Sometimes when people hear the word diversity they only think of one category they maybe they identify with, but our feeling that diversity represents kids of all shapes, sizes, styles, sexual orientations, physical abilities, and ethnicity,” said Zemba.
Unify Against Bullying is an anti-bully campaign that started in 2015.