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Whiteout Fashion Show Drops High Style and Confetti on Artopia 2016

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Wilhelmina models hit the runway Saturday night in designer garb both drop-dead beautiful and nice-and-naughty during the Whiteout fashion show at Artopia 2016, where Denver designers D'Lola Couture, AnnaFesta, Gino Velardi, Denver Bespoke, Mona Lucero, Equillibrium, Elyse Rainbolt, YOCISCO and Leon Designs brought their best to the runway. To kick off the show, 2016 Westword MasterMinds Jeromie Dorrance and Mar Williams were each awarded $2,000 grant checks. All photos by Ken Hamblin III.
Now check all your favorite looks and find yourself in the full 2016 Whiteout fashion show slide show.

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