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Photos: Art and Fashion at ArtDenver

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The Cherry Creek Arts Festival decided to bring the summer event's tried-and-true formula indoors this past weekend for the inaugural ArtDenver at the Colorado Convention Center. For extra glitz, fashion took center-stage at the first night of ArtDenver, which mixed runway shows and designer vendors with artist booths. Photographer Brandon brought back these images from the fest.

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