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For Fashion’s Finest And Emerging Talent, By Design

Chattanooga Fashion Expo banner.
Chattanooga Fashion Expo

For fashionistas, the runway is calling this fall.

The Chattanooga Fashion Expo returns the week before Thanksgiving - from Thursday, November 17th through Sunday, November 20th - with events at various locations around the city.

One event is aimed at students and emerging designers.

Shanna Forrestall is with the Expo.

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