Marshall was a wide receiver for the Mountaineers who was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in 2005. He also played for the St. Louis Rams and the Pittsburgh Steelers but has retired from the NFL.
Wilson was a running back who was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals in 2006. He is now the assistant director of football operations at WVU.
Janet Howard, a fashion show committee member, said all proceeds will go toward the Mountaineer Athletic Club to help with athletic scholarships.
"This event keeps getting better every year," Howard said. "I am happy to support my alma mater and to me, WVU athletes truly are diamonds in the sky."
More than 350 student athletes are involved in 17 varsity sports that receive financial aid at WVU.
The Mountaineer Athletic Club is a professional fundraising organization that works behind the scenes to support all of the school's varsity teams. The university's Department of Intercollegiate Athletics does not receive funding from the state or the university.
The fashion show featured apparel from 13 Charleston retailers, including Cache, Ivor's on Lee, Christopher Banks, Geraniums, Gap, Delia's, Buckle and Kelley's Men's Shop.
Erik Engle, a Charleston commercial insurance agent, said his kids like only Mountaineer apparel. The WVU alumnus was there with his children, Sam and Amelia, who were participants in the show. The dad said he likes to give back to the Mountaineers and enjoys making it a family affair.
Jessica Ralston of WSAZ and Bob Butterfield emceed the event. Coach Kidd of Electric 102.3 provided music for the show.
Contact writer John C. Gibb at john.g...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4872.
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