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Buzz, yes. But fashion week needs more.

Runway shows such as Daniela Corte's at Sel de la Terre at the Mandarin Oriental brought in the crowds during Boston Fashion Week. Runway shows such as Daniela Corte's at Sel de la Terre at the Mandarin Oriental brought in the crowds during Boston Fashion Week. (Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff)
By Christopher Muther
Globe Staff / September 25, 2008

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Sam Mendoza had every reason to be beaming in his Nehru jacket last week at the Liberty Hotel. The 22-year-old Boston University grad and fashion designer had more than 500 people RSVP to see his Bombay! Bombay!-themed spring 2009 collection. He sent models down the runway in a smart collection of India-influenced dresses, complete with miniature cowbells tied about their ... (Full article: 931 words)

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