READ(y) To Wear brings paper style to a charity runway

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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) -- Fashion means taking creative liberties with clothing -- often creating something eye-catching out of unusual materials.

Paper was the material of choice on Saturday evening at READ(y) To Wear, a benefit fashion show hosted by literacy group Madison Reading Project. Outfits were inspired by books, literacy, and the creative use of paper

Individuals and groups entered their fashionable creations on volunteer models, who strutted the runway for guests who enjoyed catering and cocktails by Yahara Bay Distillery.

Proceeds from ticket sales went back to the organization, which works to increase literacy rates and foster a love of reading in local kids.

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