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MILFORD — Students at Lauralton Hall modeled clothing made from recycled materials. The creations highlighted their ecological concerns, as well as their fashion sense. Students also modeled vintage clothing from Milford’s Village Vogue. Photos by Melanie Stengel/Register firstname.lastname@example.org follow me on twitter@nhrmstangel
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