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BRUCE KRASNOW

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Posted: Monday, May 12, 2014 7:00 pm | Updated: 11:25 am, Wed May 14, 2014.

Hollywood costume designer Cathy Smith is in for a busy summer — she has taken over the lease for the historic Nambe Trading Post north of Santa Fe on the high road to Taos.

Smith is an Emmy award-winning costume designer whose work has been featured in Dances with Wolves and 35 other Westerns. Some of the Western clothing are now among the items featured at the store, along with the more traditional Navajo rugs, pueblo pottery, Zuni katsinas and anything and everything else the community wants to consign.

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