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NDSU student creations highlight fashion show

FARGO - The Fashion, Apparel and Business Organization at North Dakota State University has organized "Fresh," a fashion show to showcase students' original designs along with clothing from area retailers at noon today in the Memorial Union Ballr...

FARGO - The Fashion, Apparel and Business Organization at North Dakota State University has organized "Fresh," a fashion show to showcase students' original designs along with clothing from area retailers at noon today in the Memorial Union Ballroom at NDSU.

The show will feature approximately 20 garments designed by 16 students. Freewill donations will be accepted to support Dress for Success Red River Valley of the Upper Midwest and for the FABO Scholarship Fund.

Class projects from students in hospitality and tourism management, interior design and apparel, retail merchandising and design programs will also be displayed in the Memorial Union's Hidatsa room today from 10:30 a.m. to noon and after the show until 1:30 p.m.

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