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Photos: Mondo Guerra's fancy Goodwill clothing swap and fashion show

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Last night, Project Runway contestant and Denver's current fashion star Mondo Guerra was at the Infinity Park Event Center for a clothing recycling bonanza known as the Good Exchange Fashion Show and Clothing Swap in Glendale.

There was a fashion show featuring Goodwill clothing -- repurposed by Denver School of the Arts students -- and a swap, where attendees brought in old clothes to trade. Kate Levy brings back these photos from the event: Good Exchange Fashion Show with Mondo Guerra. Below are a few highlights from last night.

See the full slideshow: Good Exchange Fashion Show with Mondo Guerra

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