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MSJC’s Recycled Art & Fashion Show recognized students and community members for design
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MSJC’s Recycled Art & Fashion Show recognized students and community members for design

Photos courtesy of Mt. San Jacinto CollegeSix models present a collection titled Saving Lace, designed by Idyllwild Arts Academy student Maeve Gillespie, who won the Design Excellence award during the MSJC Recycled Art & Fashion Show on Saturday, May 12. ■ Mt. San Jacinto / College On May 12, the Recycled Art & Fashion Show handed out awards to four aspiring designers. The event offered a gallery exhibit and exciting runway show featuring wildly expressive, eco-friendly art and fashion. The 6th annual event, supported by the Mt. San Jacinto College (MSJC) Foundation, invited design entries from MSJC students and community members. Thirty-five models strutted fashions on a runway to high-energy music.

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