Maleny Villagomez, Samantha Harrison and Tesa Castillo work the runway with the piece “Protect What is Sacred” at the Wearable Art show at Centennial Hall on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019. The artists are Paty Villagomez and Glo Ramirez. (Michael Penn | Capital City Weekly)

Maleny Villagomez, Samantha Harrison and Tesa Castillo work the runway with the piece “Protect What is Sacred” at the Wearable Art show at Centennial Hall on Saturday, Feb. 16, 2019. The artists are Paty Villagomez and Glo Ramirez. (Michael Penn | Capital City Weekly)

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