High Flying Fashions At Boston Hotel – Design You Trust

High Flying Fashions At Boston Hotel

A model walks down the side of Revere Hotel in Boston during a vertical fashion show for the Massachusetts College of Art and Design on April 18, 2012. (Dominick Reuter/EPA/Lauren Fish/Lauren Frohne/Globe photo)

The Revere Hotel in Boston, Ma. celebrated its grand opening on April 18 with a vertical fashion show. The Boston Rock Gym provided the models who rappelled down the exterior of the 24-story hotel wearing outfits created by the students from the Massachusetts College of Arts and Design and by Ted Baker London.

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