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Mexican fashion students design dresses inspired by drug trade
Rhinestones, pistols, spattered blood, skulls and marijuana leaves are prominent among the designs, displayed on mannequins at the school's campus.
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A fake skull and syringes decorate a finished outfit atop a dressmaker's dummy during a student competition to craft fashions inspired by the effects of the drug trade on Mexican culture, at the IberoAmerican University in Mexico City, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. About 200 fashion design and textile students participated in the two-hour competition, building outfits featuring skulls, fake blood and syringes. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

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Handcuffs and toy guns decorate a jacket layered atop a dress made of fake money, during a student competition to craft fashions inspired by the effects of the drug trade on Mexican culture, at the IberoAmerican University in Mexico City, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. About 200 fashion design and textile students participated in the two-hour competition, building outfits featuring skulls, fake blood and syringes. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

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A top made of flowers inscribed with sayings protesting drug related violence rests on a dressmaker's dummy during a student competition to craft fashions inspired by the effects of the drug trade on Mexican culture, at the IberoAmerican University in Mexico City, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. About 200 fashion design and textile students participated in the two-hour competition, building outfits featuring skulls, fake blood and syringes. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

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Students Alina Torres, left, and Sophia Jimenez hang styrofoam heads from wires atop their dressmakers dummy, during a student competition to craft fashions inspired by the effects of the drug trade on Mexican culture, at the IberoAmerican University in Mexico City, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. About 200 fashion design and textile students participated in the two-hour competition, building outfits featuring skulls, fake blood and syringes. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

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Sixth-semester fashion student Ana Carola Rodriguez blow dries her design, during a student competition to craft fashions inspired by the effects of the drug trade on Mexican culture, at the IberoAmerican University in Mexico City, Wednesday, March 16, 2016. About 200 fashion design and textile students participated in the two-hour competition, building outfits featuring skulls, fake blood and syringes. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell)

Mexican fashion students design dresses inspired by drug trade

Rhinestones, pistols, spattered blood, skulls and marijuana leaves are prominent among the designs, displayed on mannequins at the school's campus.

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