Interested in being a model?
Runway models are: "previvors," those currently in treatment for breast cancer, those who have completed treatment for breast cancer, and those who walk in memory of a parent/guardian who has passed away from breast cancer.
*Model registrations for the 2023 Runway Show, New England are now closed. If you are interested in being notified when the registration form is open for the 2024 Southern California or New England shows, please let us know below.
Meet Our Models.
Walking in memory of her mother, Ellen Quinlan (2018)
Meet Our Southern California Models.
What it Means.
A Runway model is anyone who has been impacted by breast cancer. At our Runway Show in October, we have people who have survived breast cancer, are living with metastatic breast cancer, are currently in treatment for breast cancer, or are the "legacies" of those who have passed away from breast cancer. If you'd like to be a Runway Model or nominate a friend, please read more in our Model FAQs.
Walking in memory of her mother
Survivor since 2018
We Tell Our Story.
Marie Joyce Rose & Kathleen Keeley
Kristina Coccoluto & Vannessa Bramante
The Duane Family
Penn & Addison Boger
Walking in celebration of their grandmother, Barbara Boger, a Survivor since 2001
Savannah & Kathryn Bailis
Walking in celebration of her mother, Kathryn, a survivor since 2010. And walking in memory of Kathryn's mother, Susan Bailis (2000)
Betsy Hetzler & Frannie McBrian
Survivor since 2001 and walking in memory of her mother (1990) & a Previvor since 2016
Rena & Lizzie Hedeman
Celebrating Irene Blagden, a Survivor since 2009