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Photos: Sharon Needles and hot models hit the runway for Fashion Feast 2013

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New York designer Geoffrey Mac was the official headliner at Fashion Feast last Thursday night at the Exdo Event Center, along with local wonders Melissa May, Tess Vigil and Rachel Marie Hurst. But no one could upstage the antics of emcee Sharon Needles, of RuPaul's Drag Race fame. Westword contributor Josiah Hesse was there to record it all for a slide show.

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Now check out the full slide show.

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