List of Fashion House Episodes

This is a list of episodes for the single season MyNetworkTV telenovella Fashion House.

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List Of Fashion House Episodes - Episodes - Highlights Episodes
... Highlights episodes aired every Saturday during the series' run ... Ep.# Airdate Title 01 September 9, 2006 Fashion House Highlights #1 02 September 16, 2006 Fashion House Highlights #2 03 September 23, 2006 Fashion House Highlights #3 04 September 30, 2006 Fashion House ...

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