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Fashion designer and HIV advocate Mondo Guerra unveiled a special installment at USCA 2016 called "PozitiviTrees." Mondo created three distinct designs, which were knitted in yarn and wrapped around trees at the conference, to tell his personal story of living with HIV. The first tree represents the beginning or a foundation. The second tree introduces the color red, which is deeply associated with HIV/AIDS and represents more information and advancements. The third tree is a recreation of the Pozitivity design Mondo unveiled on Project Runway and signifies courage, strength and advocacy.