Trust me, you don't have to be a boomer to love the Denver Modernism Show, but you do have to have a certain sense of style. During my sojourn there last Friday and Saturday, I saw people of all ages, from WWII-era grannies to babes in backpacks. But I also saw art! And lamps! And Airstream trailers! Here's a nostalgic look back on what we all saw (or missed, as the case may be, you poor thing). Continue after the jump.
Sigh. That should keep us all going until next year. But in the meantime, keep your eyes peeled in 2011 for these new Dana Cain events: The Denver Style Expo, April 1-2 at the Denver Merchandise Mart, and the ultra-urban Denver County Fair, next summer at the National Western Complex.
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