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K is for Kids' teen fashion show

See larger Not all the day was given to fashion. Talks by teens in leadership and a presentation, shown here, by the Gulf Coast High School Dance Team on texting dangers, were part of the event.

Photo by Caitlin Vaughn/Barron Collier High

Not all the day was given to fashion. Talks by teens in leadership and a presentation, shown here, by the Gulf Coast High School Dance Team on texting dangers, were part of the event.

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  • Christine Stevenson, of Barron Collier High School, models clothes from the Gap.
  • FAR LEFT: Cambelle Bouchard, an Osceola Elementary School pupil, shows what colorful clothese can come from the PGATour Superstore.
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  • LEFT: Miriam Romero, a student at Lorenzo Walker Institute of Technology, models an afternoon-to-evening  party dress designed by Edison State student Vivian Garza.
  • Not all the day was given to fashion. Talks by teens in leadership and a presentation, shown here, by the Gulf Coast High School Dance Team on texting dangers, were part of the event.
  • Jordan Blanke shows off a preschool  kids’ tasseled sundress from Gigi Children’s Boutique.
  • Natalie Hughes, of Marco Island Charter School, models print slacks and a soft top from Simply Natural.
  • Daniel Konsavage and Laura Dumas, Gulf Coast High School students, model prom wear from Mens Wearhouse and Cache at Waterside.

“From the Heart' teen fashion festival was held Feb. 9, 2013 at Barron Collier High School. Proceeds benefited the K is for Kids’ Rising Readers program for Collier County students, with a percentage going toward Baron Collier High’s Helping Hands for Prom.

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