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Photos: The styles of Frost: Fashion Denver's Holiday Market

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For eight years, one local holiday tradition has taken winter fashion far beyond the ugly Christmas sweater craze. On Sunday, Frost: Fashion Denver's Holiday Market brought together 31 designers and dozens of looks during its annual spotlight on the city's scene. Roving Westword photographer Christopher Morgan was on hand to capture photos of some of our favorites. For more, visit our full slide show from the event.

See also: - Slide show: Fashion Denver Holiday Market - Meet five designers showing at Frost: Fashion Denver's Holiday Market - Menswear on the Denver streets: BOYLONDON necklaces and blue suede shoes


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