Fifty years ago this month at the inaugural League to Save Lake Tahoe fashion show, 100 guests paid $15 per ticket for an alfresco fashion show and picnic-table box lunch. Models sashayed barefoot atop a wood-slat runway set on Lake Tahoe’s Rubicon Beach as the cerulean waters of this lake lapped at the sandy shoreline.
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