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The blaze orange hunters wear is catching on with fashion designers

It's like a visual "Don't shoot!" alarm in the woods during hunting season. Now blaze orange, like camouflage before it, may make the transition from forests to fashion runways.
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It's like a visual "Don't shoot!" alarm in the woods during hunting season. Now blaze orange, like camouflage before it, may make the transition from forests to fashion runways.

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