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Passion for fashion inspires students’ show and fundraiser

Bozeman High Students Organizing Fashion Show for HAVEN
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

Bozeman High School seniors Monica Puscual, seen here, and Alia Sobrepena are organizing a fashion show for their senior project with proceeds from tickets going to HAVEN Bozeman.

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Bozeman High Students Organizing Fashion Show for HAVEN
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

Bozeman High School seniors Alia Sobrepena, 17, pictured, and Monica Puscual, 18, are organizing a fashion show for their senior project with proceeds from tickets going to HAVEN Bozeman.

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Bozeman High Students Organizing Fashion Show for HAVEN
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

Bozeman High School seniors Monica Pascual, 18, left, and Alia Sobrepena, 17, are organizing a fashion show for their senior project with proceeds from tickets going to HAVEN Bozeman.

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Bozeman High Students Organizing Fashion Show for HAVEN
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

Bozeman High School seniors Alia Sobrepena, 17, left, and Monica Pascual, 18, are organizing a fashion show Sunday for their senior project with proceeds from tickets going to HAVEN Women's Shelter Bozeman.

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Alia Sobrepena says she would just die to go to Fashion Week, the big international shows held in places like Paris and Milan.

Instead, she and fellow Bozeman High School student Monica Pascual are organizing a fashion show here at the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture on Sunday evening. It’s their senior project and a fundraiser for the HAVEN domestic violence shelter.

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