A Goodwill store in the far west was transformed this week by high school students showcasing their work as fashion designers – design that lasts, as brightly colored outfits were selected and modified from donated clothes found there.
The Fiesta-themed fashion show on Wednesday night saw 20 student models parade down the catwalk to the sound of DJ Chillout Sensation’s “Angel on the Catwalk,” walking through a crowd of around 100 parents, community members and a few savings-minded customers who happened to wander.
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