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For this designer, fashion is in the bag.

Bag on this. Dana Miller was turning more heads than any other vendor at the Green Frontier Fest Sunday. The co-owner of BaggyShirts – who sells reusable bags made from recycled clothing – made a statement with disposable plastic grocery bags. She was a trooper, despite the hotter-than-expected temperature, spending...
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Dana Miller was turning more heads than any other vendor at the Green Frontier Fest Sunday. The co-owner of BaggyShirts – who sells reusable bags made from recycled clothing – made a statement with disposable plastic grocery bags. She was a trooper, despite the hotter-than-expected temperature, spending most of the afternoon getting her picture taken with delegates and Denverites who loved her baggy look. See more of her work by clicking here. -- Jessica Centers

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