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Hotel Monaco will host Under the Gunn pop-up shop tomorrow

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In case you didn't get enough of Under the Gunn, whose first season ended last night, from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow, April 12, the Hotel Monaco will host an Under the Gunn pop-up shop featuring designs by Under the Gunn mentor Mondo Guerra, a Denver designer; local contestant/designer Stephanie Ohnmacht; and Michelle Uberreste. See also: Under the Gunn recap: Season finale!

"We are thrilled to partner with Mondo Guerra for another event at Hotel Monaco Denver -- and to support other designers from Under the Gunn with this unique pop-up store," says Von DeLuna, the hotel's general manager. "This is a great opportunity for our sophisticated hotel to give our guests and Denver locals the opportunity to buy and wear these amazing designs."

The Under the Gunn pop-up store will feature Mondo Guerra's designs, ranging from $5 small gifts to $500 garments; designs and accessories from his previous collections will be featured during a runway "sample sale."

Michelle Uberreste will feature both men's and women's designs, with prices from $30 to $300. Stephanie Ohnmacht's designs will range from $65 to $265. Here's a peek of what's in store:

Both Guerra and Ohnmacht will be at the pop-up shop. The Hotel Monaco is located at 1717 Champa Street.


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