Charles Page High School junior Rianne Ross walked in the Flaunt Fashion Show Saturday night at the She Theater and Lounge in downtown Tulsa. The Flaunt Fashion show was put on by the Future Professionals (students) of Paul Mitchell the School Tulsa as a fundraiser for ten different charities that they support. The Tulsa school has raised more than $25,000 in the past few months for various charitable organizations.
Ross got into modeling in March of 2016 when her friend put on an Anti-Bullying fundraiser fashion show. She knew a bit about modeling because of her participation in beauty pageants and an acting role that required her to do a bit of modeling. When she took on that acting role, she realized that she loved modeling. She has been competing in pageants and acting since she was 10 years old.
When asked if she was planning to make a career of modeling, Ross responded, "I joke that modeling is making a career out of me, because before I even realized what was happening I was getting more and more jobs and I don't regret a single day of it." The Flaunt Fashion Show was the fifth show for the freelance model. She also mentioned that, "The Flaunt Fashion Show was amazing, it was my first fashion show that was wild hair and makeup and I loved it and would do it again."