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.

 

Advertisements

PHOTO SHOOT SNEAK PEAK

Thursday, December 18th, Rubbish Renewed gathered 15 garments at Tambi Lane Photography for our pre-show photo shoot. We invited Business Challenge participants, live auction item designers, and had a lottery of students for our final few spots. 2 of our 10 Business Challenge garments came, and 7 of 9 auction items. We filled the final spots with a lottery selection of completed student submissions. Thank you Bishops Barbershop for the exquisite hair, Kimberly Harwood for the makeup glow and Tambi Lane Photography, our Rubbish Renewed official photographer, for your masterful vision and photo execution! Here is a sneak peak of what is to come at the show on Thursday, January 15th.

AUCTION GARMENTS –  Click on the photo to link to the auction garments
Designer: Paula Bullwinkel Materials: Old Curtain & photo photocopies

Auction Item
Designer: Paula Bullwinkel
Materials: Old Curtain & photo photocopies

 

 

BUSINESS CHALLENGE – Click on the photo to link to the Business Challenge
Rubbish_PreShow_sm-4911

Business Challenge: Stringsoil
Designer: NSpekktor
Materials:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STUDENT GARMENTS – Click on the photo to link to the student garments
Rubbish_PreShow_sm-5151

Student Designer: Sydney Phillips
Materials:

Students and Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show

Students from 9 local schools submitted garments this year from three elementary, three middle, and three high schools.  Rubbish Renewed has become a venue where young, inspired designers have a chance to try their hand at a public runway event.  It takes tenacity, confidence, optimism, inspiration, and a willingness to fail and push through to create and submit a runway worthy garment.  Recent studies have found that life success is not based on IQ or a felicity with academics, but in fact, the characteristics shared above.  These young designers also showcase a love of the planet, by working with refuse.

The early show features student garments along side our business challenge and auction pieces.  Come and support these burgeoning designers on Thursday, January 16th!  All ages runway @ 6pm with doors at 5pm.

RUBBISHRENEWED_PRESHOOT-6058web

Let’s Get Twisted
Designer: Denali Heinlen
Materials: Twister
Photo by Tambi Lane Photography

RUBBISHRENEWED_PRESHOOT-6158web

Recycle Cross
Designer: Olivia Barnes
Materials: bicycle: tubes, rims, chains, cogs . . .
Photo by Tambi Lane Photography

RUBBISHRENEWED_PRESHOOT-web

Go with the Flow
Designers: Sydney Scott & Annalee Pelayo
Materials: Shower curtain
Photo by Tambi Lane Photography

Tambi Lane Photography – Refuse Remover Sponsor

If you’ve been eying our newly posted Rubbish Renewed galleriesRR_Preshow2012-4945 over the last few weeks, you have witnessed the distinctive talent of Tambi Lane.  From year one, Tambi has donated her time and talents not only at the Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show event, but from the early stages of visioning.

Tambi’s website staRR_Preshow2012-4820tes, “While always about the art created, it is also about the experience creating it.”  There’s no question about this if you’ve ever been to one of her photo shoots.  Tambi is a master of producing a comfortable atmosphere and a mood that inspires beauty, concept, and art, both from behind the lens and working with a diverse clientele, ranging from wee ones to high school seniors to newlyweds.

For Rubbish Renewed, Tambi illuminates the vision.  From her pre-event studio photography to her live capture of the runway show itself, she conveys the essence of the experience. Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show wouldn’t be the show it is today without the fashion inspired, style-capturing images of Tambi Lane.

Check out her website, Tambi Lane Photography, and even better, schedule a session.  It is empowering.

Don’t delay, get your tickets today!

One of our Refuse Remover Sponsors, ReStore, has become one of our Rubbish Renewed ticket selling hubs.   Need to get rid or your old doors?  Pick up some light fixtures? Tile?  Don’t delay.  Head to ReStore today for all of your home improvement projects and pick up your Rubbish Renewed tickets while you are there.

740 NE 1st St./ Bend, OR 97701 / (541) 312-6709

ReStore is a used and surplus building supply outlet, offering a huge selection of building material, appliances and furniture at 50-75% off retail prices.
ReStore welcomes donations of: windows, doors, furniture, cabinets and appliances to lumber, flooring, paint, tile, lighting, plumbing, electrical, heating & hardware.

In Northwest Crossing?  Stop by Sara Bella Upcycled to pick up your tickets.

Cascade A & E hits the stands today!

Cascade A & E, the local Bend magazine devoted entirely to recognizing and promoting the vibrant cultural life found in Central Oregon hit the stands today.  Pick up your copy and check out the December happenings in Central Oregon, including the Rubbish Renewed Eco Fashion Show – just 8 days away!

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