A Sneak Peak! | Rubbish Renewed

On Saturday, November 17th, a star-studded cast of garments arrived to Studio 3 to make their debut in front of the lights and cameras.  Captured perfectly by Tambi Lane Photography, the garments, designers, and models filled the room and held the audience captive for an entire evening.  We hope the innovation and creativity of these designers inspires you to come out next Thursday evening, December 6th to the Century Center, to witness more fantastic fashion in the real show.

Designer: Karlin Hedin

Designer & Model: Olivia McGean

Designer & Model: Paris Draheim

Sneak Peak of Next Week’s Fashion Show

What happened to your old scratched vinyl records?  What do you do with the stash of raffle tickets that didn’t win?  How about the plastic bags stuffed in the garage?

Find them in these incredible trash fashion photos taken last Saturday night at Tambi Lane Photography – the first public Rubbish Renewed preview photo session.  Not only cutting edge in style, these garments re-envision trash into sustainable, wearable art.  Come out tomorrow night (December 2nd) for 1st Friday.  You may catch a glimpse of a few pieces making their red carpet debut. Find them around town or at TBD Loft for this year’s Trash Transcendence Community Created Garment.

Garments designed by: 1) Lloyd McMullen; 2) Cecile Cuddihy; 3-4) Sarabella; 5) Mohave Woodson; 6/8) Rowan Varvais; 7) N. Spekktor; 9-10) Panambi Opazo Elliott;  11-13) Alicia Renner (Horned Hand Business Challenge)  + Stuart Breidenstein (necklace); 14) Astacia Christenson

photos by: Tambi Lane Photography

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Wear Rubbish and Get Rewarded

Auctioned last year

Wear your tie skirt

How about wearing “rubbish” and getting rewarded!  At our second annual Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show we will honor those who wear outfits that are re-fashioned or trash-fashion with a free drink ticket.  Don a piece purchased in our last year’s live auction and get into this year’s event for free!  Finally, we hope you will join other courageous characters to strut your stuff in our audience runway walk.  More than ever we believe transforming trash inspires community for a sustainable earth.

Skirt by Allison of Utilitu; dress by Karen Holm;

Photos by Tambi Lane Photography