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Durango High School teacher Krista Karpel, who advises the Fashion Club, right, works with club members Joey Mynatt, 16, and Timothy Chamblee, 15, who are helping to design and construct a dress for The Durango Herald on Monday. The dress will be worn in the upcoming Fashion Fusion Style in Motion show at the Durango Arts Center on Thursday. The show will feature outfits constructed of unconventional materials used in industry, such as newspapers, wire, metal, plastic and wood. This year’s show has 13 models, and tickets are still available. Part of the proceeds will go to the Durango Arts Center.
Durango High School teacher Krista Karpel, adviser to the Fashion Club, top left, works with DHS Fashion Club members who are helping to design and construct a dress for The Durango Herald on Monday. The dress will be worn in the upcoming Fashion Style in Motion show at the Durango Arts Center on Thursday. The show will feature outfits constructed of unconventional materials such as newspapers, wire, metal, plastic, wood etc.
Timothy Chamblee, 15, left, and Emma Jaber, 16, members of the Durango High School Fashion Club, work on the train of a dress on Monday made of plastic. The dress will be worn in the upcoming Fashion Fusion Style in Motion show at the Durango Arts Center on Thursday. The club is helping to design and construct the dress for The Durango Herald. The show will feature outfits constructed of unconventional materials used in business or industry such as newspapers, wire, metal, plastic and wood.
Will Meyer, 18, and Carmen Hall, 16, members of the Durango High School Fashion Club, cut metal that will be used for material in a dress on Monday. The dress will be worn in the upcoming Fashion Fusion Style in Motion show at the Durango Arts Center on Thursday. The club is helping to design and build an outfit for The Durango Herald. The show will feature outfits constructed of unconventional materials used in business or industry such as newspapers, wire, metal, plastic and wood etc.

Photo: These dresses are under construction

Durango High School teacher Krista Karpel, who advises the Fashion Club, right, works with club members Joey Mynatt, 16, and Timothy Chamblee, 15, who are helping to design and construct a dress for The Durango Herald on Monday. The dress will be worn in the upcoming Fashion Fusion Style in Motion show at the Durango Arts Center on Thursday. The show will feature outfits constructed of unconventional materials used in industry, such as newspapers, wire, metal, plastic and wood. This year’s show has 13 models, and tickets are still available. Part of the proceeds will go to the Durango Arts Center.
Durango High School teacher Krista Karpel, adviser to the Fashion Club, top left, works with DHS Fashion Club members who are helping to design and construct a dress for The Durango Herald on Monday. The dress will be worn in the upcoming Fashion Style in Motion show at the Durango Arts Center on Thursday. The show will feature outfits constructed of unconventional materials such as newspapers, wire, metal, plastic, wood etc.
Timothy Chamblee, 15, left, and Emma Jaber, 16, members of the Durango High School Fashion Club, work on the train of a dress on Monday made of plastic. The dress will be worn in the upcoming Fashion Fusion Style in Motion show at the Durango Arts Center on Thursday. The club is helping to design and construct the dress for The Durango Herald. The show will feature outfits constructed of unconventional materials used in business or industry such as newspapers, wire, metal, plastic and wood.
Will Meyer, 18, and Carmen Hall, 16, members of the Durango High School Fashion Club, cut metal that will be used for material in a dress on Monday. The dress will be worn in the upcoming Fashion Fusion Style in Motion show at the Durango Arts Center on Thursday. The club is helping to design and build an outfit for The Durango Herald. The show will feature outfits constructed of unconventional materials used in business or industry such as newspapers, wire, metal, plastic and wood etc.
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