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The Fash Bash!

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Contemporary fashion designers battle brutally cool vintage boutiques in the ring of form, style and scrapping women. When leather, cotton, thread, yarn and spandex are weapons of choice for these wild spring getups, there's no telling who’ll win the slapdown.

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Priya Prarie 

Vest and dress from Lost and Found Vintage: lostandfoundvintage.com
Necklace by Jennifer Vermeersch
Belt by Warpath Leather Goods: warpathleathergoods.com


Donna Lauper

Top and skirt from Regeneration: myspace.com/shop_regeneration
Cuff and belt by Warpath Leather Goods
Necklace by Justin "Baby J" Smith


Ringerella

Vest, belt, bracelet and shorts from The Getup: thegetup.com
Necklace by Jennifer Vermeersch


The Referee

Neck-to-ankle in Wound Men's Wear: woundmenswear.com
All hair & make-up by Curl Up & Dye Salon: curlupanddyedetroit.com


Haley Stone

Vest and pants from Chi Chi & the Greek
Necklace by Jennifer Vermeersch


Mad Maxine

Vest and dress from Cats in Bags
Necklace and bracelets by Gwen Joy: gwenjoy.com


Jane Crochet

Dress by Elise Mesner
Hair band by Jennifer Vermeersch
Cuff bracelet by Warpath Leather Goods


Zula Jones

Neck-to-ankle in Angela McBride: peacelovespandex.com

Special thanks to: The City of Detroit, Tyler Durden, the Park Bar,
Cliff Bell's, the Ultimate MMA Training Facility, Detroit Exposure,
Curl Up & Dye Salon stylists Mandy Leier and Adrienne Looper
and makeup artist Myranda Jennings. artunesonthemountain.com

All photos by: Joe Gall, rockcityproductions@yahoo.com

Fash Club's featured designers and boutiques battle it out on the runway at Artunes Event on Bald Mountain on May 22. See artunesonthemountain.com. MT Photos by Joe

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