Tween and teen models will take to catwalk to benefit organization aimed at helping at-risk youth

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Local teens will strut their stuff down the runway while rocking the hottest looks of spring on Saturday, April 9. The AYP Teen Fashion Show is one of the only runway shows that showcases tween and teen models and benefits kids in the community. All proceeds go to Higher M-Pact, which is a youth empowerment program aimed at helping at-risk teens to become leaders in their communities.

Before the fashion show photographer Amanda Yount visited FOX 4 to talk about the organization and share what some of the models will be wearing. Watch the video above for more.

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