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The lovely Brandi Shigley and Cobly Bemis.

The city’s fashionistas hit the town last night for Transitions: A Fashion Benefit for United Artists’ Coalition for Kids. Potential Fashions, Equillibrium Clothing, The Fabric Lab, Grae and Assemblage all sent looks down the runway. Brandi Shigley from FashionDenver.com was there, as was Colby Bemis of Polarity Twins, Todd from Buffalo Exchange, the girls of Oracle Dance, Demaris, and many, many others.

Fun, fun times were had, minus the part where one of the women attending asked Cat if she had a daughter in the fashion show. D'oh!

Anyway, here’s a slideshow of the evening’s fashions.

Dapper shoes on a very dapper gentleman.
Demaris offered a ten-minute performance art piece, where she sewed items into her model's dress. Click picture for a larger view.

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