Rubbish Renewed is more than just a show!

eatIn addition to the two runway shows at 6:00pm (doors at 5pm; all ages) and 8:30pm (doors at 7:30pm; 21+), the Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show Fundraiser has more to offer its guests.  The doors open for each of our two shows one hour before the show’s start time.  Come early to enjoy delicious food from Barrio Restaurant’s Food Truck , shop in the Pop Up Marketplace and Silent Auction, and enjoy a local beverage from one of two drink service areas.  Thank you to the following beverage sponsors:   Boneyard Beer,  Atlas Cider, and Bend Distillery.

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Finally: 2016 Adult Runway Gallery Posted!

I’m so excited to finally post another gallery from the 2016 Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show.  The 2016 Adult Runway gallery has a slightly different look.  Each designer’s garment features 3 photos from Heaven McCarthur’s story telling style.  Many of the mosaics include a close-up of the materials and fabrication methods, something that usually only those in the green room get to see.  Look for the 2016 Business Challenge Gallery in the next few days!

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Remember the submission deadline is Friday, December 2nd, for the 2017 Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show.  Submissions are coming in, and we can’t wait to see yours!

Marketplace Application is UP!

marketplace4_mcarthurmarketplace3_mcarthurmarketplace5_mcarthurThe Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show Fundraiser is more than a fashion show!  It is a fun, fundraising night out, where every aspect of the evening is focused on sustainability, innovation, and design.

One unique aspect, the Rubbish Renewed Marketplace, is currently accepting Marketplace Applications for the 2017 event.

The Marketplace features 10 local artists selling re-fashioned, trash-fashioned or sustainability-focused products.   The Marketplace is an opportunity for local artists to sell and “market” their work to a large audience (1,000+) who recognize the value of sustainable fashion, art, and design. The Marketplace will be open during both shows from 5:00-10:00pm.

Spend your night with other creative, conscious individuals celebrating art, fashion, and design, while raising money for an innovative public school, REALMS Magnet School.  Get here when the doors open, so you have time to shop at our local Marketplace and silent auction.

On Thursday, January 12th, the Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show Fundraiser returns for the 7th annual at the Midtown Ballroom in Bend, Oregon.

PHOTOS:  Heaven McArthur (www.heavenmcarthur.com)

Rubbish Renewed Runway Application is UP!

rr_blogThe Rubbish Renewed runway application is here for the most innovative fundraising event in Bend, the Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show!  Aspiring designers have until Friday, December 2nd to get their submissions in for a possible spot on this year’s runway.  This is a juried show.  Please make sure to read and follow the rules and guidelines on this website.  Space on the runway is limited.  Each year, we receive more applications than spaces available on the runway.

2016 Rubbish Renewed Photos

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Photo by Heaven McArthur

We tried something new this year!  We invited a team of photographers to help us capture the whole Rubbish Renewed story.  Thank you to Heaven McArthur, Joe Kline, Paula Bullwinkle, and Krystal Collins for being our inaugural Rubbish Renewed Photography Team.

Joe Kline Photos HERE / to purchase  Joe’s photos, go to the gallery HERE and use the password, “rubbish”.

Heaven McArthur Photos HERE  / FLASH SALE TIL MONDAY at Midnight.

A message from Heaven McArthur:  Did you go to the Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show this year? it was my first year and i was totally and absolutely blown away. the show is a fundraiser for the REALMS school (http://www.friendsofrealms.org/) and to keep the money coming, I am offering prints for sale with 50% of the proceeds to go to REALMS, if you were there or know someone who was and care to share, please do! as a bonus if you purchase a full digital set of images, you’ll receive a copy of the slideshow, which, after april 1st will be the only way to see it. \\\\\ link to the images: http://heavenmcarthur.pixieset.com/rubbishrenewedecofashion… (backstage, 1st and 2nd show categories are listed along the top row) they are only on sale till MONDAY at midnight, so hurry flurry!! if you have any questions, give me a ring, a ping, a shout!! (video coming next! )

Paula Bullwinkle & Krystal Collins- check back for gallery coming soon.

PHOTO SHOOT: looking ahead to the runway

4 weeks before garments need to be runway ready, on December 17th, a small group of designers, models and Rubbish Renewed volunteers gathered at Tambi Lane Photography for our pre-show photo shoot. Photographs are focused on Business Challenge participants, garments being donated to our live fundraising auction, and student garments (completed garments enter a lottery for the final few spaces).  The end result is to present you with a sneak peak of the richness to come. We couldn’t create this professional shoot without the wonderfully talented Bishops Barbershop’s masterful hair, and Mayra Stearn & Arenal Hruby makeup magic! Tambi Lane Photography not only contributes the sweet space, but once again, Tambi made the garments come alive in a fun and supportive atmosphere.

STUDENT GARMENTS – Click on the photo to link to the student garments
Fruity Tutui Designer/Model: Fiona Wright Material: fruit bags and netting, potato sacks, newspaper bags, flour sacks

Fruity Tutui
Designer/Model: Fiona Wright
Material: fruit bags and netting, potato sacks, newspaper bags, flour sacks

BUSINESS CHALLENGE – Click on the photo to link to the Business Challenge
Mt. Bachelor Designers: Andria Zippler, Denise Ellington, Sam Whitman, Stephanie Kirpach, Martha Jeffers Materials: old Mt.Bachelor trail map (wings), old banner that says, "snow", etc

Mt. Bachelor
Designers: Andria Zippler, Denise Ellington, Sam Whitman, Stephanie Kirpach, Martha Jeffers
Materials: old Mt.Bachelor trail map (wings), old banner that says, “snow”, etc

AUCTION GARMENTS –  Click on the photo to link to the auction garments
Put the Needle on the Record Designer: Mayra Stearns Materials: records, doilies, linens and sheet music

Put the Needle on the Record
Designer: Mayra Stearns
Materials: records, doilies, linens and sheet music

 

 

Get your tickets today at rubbishrenewed.com for one or both of our shows on January 14th at the Midtown Music Hall.

First show showcases Student Garments, Business Challenge, and our Live Auction Items.  Second show is 21 and over and highlights Adult Garments, Business Challenge, and our Live Auction Items.

 

Garment Submissions In!

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Mock up drawing from student submission

The Rubbish Renewed garment submission deadline has come and gone and we were blown away by the quality and quantity of submissions this year! The adult garment slots filled up with the most diverse designs yet. And we had almost 50 student submissions from 10 schools for only 20ish student spots. Decisions were tough for the jury, but found sticking to the criteria the way to narrow the field:

  • Furthering Rubbish Renewed Mission – Description & piece communicates Transforming trash, inspiring community for a sustainable earth
  • Use of Materials – Transformation of trash into fashion. Shows attention to manipulation of materials.
  • Design – Coherence; Innovative techniques; unique aesthetics; creative expression.
  • Quality of Construction – Construction methods inspire long-term use.
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Material manipulation from student submission

Every design met at least 2 of these criteria, but the ones that made the cut, focused on all.

Thank you submitting designers for your dedication to the planet, to quality, sustainable fashion, and belief in making a difference one small action at a time.