Trashion is back! The Bainbridge Island Trashion Show committee created a new and exciting outdoor walking event for 2021. Now more than ever there is a need to focus on sustainable systems and innovation. Thank you for joining us to celebrate inspired ideas and creative visions.
The event took place at Bainbridge Island Hilltop meadow between the east and west Grand Forest. The artists set up their live model exhibits each under their own tent stationed along the walking meadow loop. Visitors had timed ticket entry and followed the path, stopping at each tent to view the models and talk with the artists. If you missed the show, watch this ten-minute video filmed onsite by Jonah Kessler-Cohen, who visited each tent to see the outfits and talk with the designers.
We would like to thank our sponsors, supporters, partners, designers and community.
The Bainbridge Island Trashion Show is a fashion show showcasing chic, theatrical, and wearable garments using recycled materials and repurposed clothes. Its mission is to spread awareness about consumption, recycling, and waste reduction with the ultimate goal of reducing trash headed for the landfill.
For entry information, go to the application page.
Presented by Bainbridge Island Zero Waste, a program of Sustainable Bainbridge. Chaired by Naomi Spinak.
Presenting the 2021 Trashion Awards…
Best Student Award: Mary Voltin, “Brown Bag Glam”
Best Ready to Wear: Paige St. Pierre, “Bird’s Eye View”
Best Use of Materials, Audience and Peer Awards: Lynn Christiansen, “Stop and Smell the (Packing) Peanuts”
Most Creative Use of Materials: Baeven Hoit and Sandy Hall, “Something about Fish”