Click on the photo to access Joe Kline’s website Rubbish Renewed Portraits.
Designer: Heidi Lamb
Rubbish Renewed has been incredibly lucky, over the past few years, to have Joe Kline, Bulletin photographer and seasoned professional, spend time with us at our dress rehearsal or show. Last January, dress rehearsal was featured in the Bulletin with the slide show below. And Joe also spent time on a goal of his, experimenting with lighting in his portraits (link to the right). Enjoy this first post in the series of photos coming from last year’s January 18, 2018 event.
Click on the photo to access Joe’s Bulletin Rubbish Renewed slide show.
Designer: Simone Kujak
Join us Friday, January 25th, 2019 for the 9th annual Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show!
Photo by: Tambi Lane Photography
It’s hats and sweaters and wintery things, coupled with an obsession for Project Runway, that inspired 2 teachers at REALMS Middle School to imagine Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show 9 years ago. The school had temporarily moved into D-Hall at Pilot Butte from the old (now demolished) portables. We had water and bathrooms for the first time, and were enjoying a warm central meeting place between classes where our office staff crammed between ovens and counters in the defunct home-ec room. Amy was wearing one of her Castaways skirts, beautifully crafted by Lloyd McMullen, and I must have been
Photo by: Tambi Lane Photography
sporting some funky refashioned piece I’d created before teaching dominated my time. Although the exact words elude me now, Amy approached and exclaimed something like, “We need to start a trash fashion show to rise up the waste issue and these cool sweatery mashed up clothes people are making! Someone else is going to do it if we don’t.” It was that moment that launched us into the amazing world of trash fashion, and Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show was born.
Look for: Part 2 – The Covert Creation of Show #1, and 2018 Show Galleries posted soon!
9th Annual Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show Friday, January 25th 2019
We’ll be back for the 9th annual Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show Fundraiser at the Midtown Ballroom (51 NW Greenwood Avenue) in Bend, OR on Friday, January 25th.
See you there!
The Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show team starts working on next year’s event 6 months before the show date, in early August. Please complete the Volunteer Interest Form and we’ll be in touch during the summer to get you started. We do our best to align your talents and time with our needs. We have many volunteer opportunities and ways to get involved. No prior experience necessary!!!
We look forward to working with you on our next show!!!
On Thursday, January 18th, the Bend community showed up for arguably the best Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show yet! The 8th annual Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show brought innovative designs, record-breaking crowds, and a fundraising spirit. Rubbish Renewed raised just over $24,000 for Realms Middle School – At Realms, our vision is to foster scholarship, strengthen community, and inspire stewardship through active learning.
On Thursday, January 18, 2018, the stage, sound and lights were set by sponsor, Sonic Solutions, for an amazing audience experience. The 8th annual Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show returned to the Midtown Ballroom for arguably the best show yet!!
Stay tuned this week for 2018 Rubbish Renewed Reflections.
Who will you cast your Business Challenge vote for? Two more Business Challenge competitors give us a preview of what is to come.
ReStore, our only 7 time Business Challenge participant, debuts Chain, Chain, Chain created from torn chair salvaged leather, used circular saw blades, chains and washers. No question this will be one to beat!
Silverado, first time Business Challenge competitor, is using jewelry pouches, strands of beads and broken stones donated by some of our artists, broken chains, jewelry boxes, and ribbon ends to create this elegant piece.
Come out and support your favorite competitor and help decide who will win the 2018 Coveted Trash Trophy!