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Posted: Thursday, August 22, 2013 4:19 pm | Updated: 10:08 am, Wed Jan 15, 2014.

If clothes make the man, as the saying goes, it’s generally women who make the clothes—as they have since the founding of Santa Fe more than 300 years ago. And they’re generally the ones who model them, too.

This history is celebrated annually in La Sociedad Folklorica’s “Exhibición de Modas y Merienda,” a highlight of Fiesta — a fashion show followed by an afternoon tea, or merienda, of bizcochitos and hot chocolate. It’s celebrated this year on Saturday, Sept. 7, at the James A. Little Theater on the campus of the New Mexico School for the Deaf.

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