↠ FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2020 ↞

OUR FASHION CATEGORIES

 

PLEASE DO NOT USE FABRIC AS YOUR PRIMARY MATERIAL

Let’s Get Trashy

Found objects, recyclables, items straight out of or headed to a dumpster, unconventional (non-fabric) second-hand materials. 

Keep it Natural

Leaves, mud, flowers, rocks, etc.  Locally produced wool, hemp, bamboo, or other natural fiber. 

Call for Designers!

 

Seeking outlandish, quirky, offbeat, fantastical, unconventional, atypical, visionary looks for the first ever Paonia Trash and Nature Fashion Show! This is a show made entirely of non-traditional materials.  

AWARDS

 

We’ll be judging based on outlandishness, creative use of materials, attention to detail, and how intricate the piece(s) are.

1. Most Excellent Earthly Extravagance
2.Best Story – Where did your materials come from? Tell us the story! I like this one!

PERKS

 

 1. Discounted Visionary Summit Pass (you can also volunteer a bit more for a free pass!)
2. Photos of your work from our professional photographer, and exposure to the Visionary Summit audience!
3. After the show you have the option to display your work for the rest of the weekend at Lehman Images.

Some “Trashy” Ideas

 

Candy wrappers, paint can lids, unusable paintbrushes, bike tubes, tires, parts, styrofoam cups, plates, to go containers, plastic utensils, rubber gloves, toilet paper rolls, plastic potato sacks, cigarette cartons, egg cartons, pvc pipes, chip bags, fishing nets, broken garden hoses, raffle tickets, construction fencing, construction tape, garden or irrigation hoses, straws, old balloons, cardboard boxes, newspaper, plastic bags, plastic bottles, bottle caps, aluminum cans, magazines, books, paper plates, packing peanuts, yoga balls or mats, electronics, silverware, lampshades, CDs, DVDs, tapes, etc.

 

Some “Natural” Ideas

 

Leaves, sticks, bark, roots, flowers, seeds, soil, mud, clay, rocks, grass, pine cones, etc.

 

We’re discouraging the use of clothing, fabric, sheets, curtains, etc. Some exceptions could be: burlap, billboard material, discarded paintings on canvas, etc. We are looking for creative use of unconventional materials to turn trash and natural materials into wearable art.

 

  • https://inhabitat.com/weedrobes-green-fashion-in-its-most-literal-sense/
  • https://www.treehugger.com/organic-beauty/little-green-dresses-are-naturally-beautiful.html
  • https://faerie-fashion.dreamwidth.org/1364.htmlhttp://homestay-ricky.blogspot.com/2009/07/clothes-made-of-leaves-and-flowers.html
  • http://c.o0bg.com/2012/09/12/wearable-art/CU1hClR5Le835HYW2xYmkJ/story.html?pic=1

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