Trash 2 Trends: An Evening of Recycled Fashion

Participants of Trash 2 Trends

Trash 2 Trends is a fundraiser that brings the fashion and art of local artists together with the environmental community to promote sustainability in an innovative way. The show features local designers who create runway looks from items headed to the landfill.

The money raised by this event goes right back into the Orlando community to increase recycling, prevent litter and beautify our neighborhoods, green spaces and business districts.

SHINING SPONSOR

Aids Healthcare Foundation


AFTER-PARTY SPONSOR

Coca-Cola

 

DIAMOND SPONSOR

Darden
City Beverages
 

PLATINUM SPONSOR

Universal Orlando Resort
OUC: The Reliable One
 

SPONSOR DESIGN 

SeaWorld Orlando
Universal Orlando Resort

City Beverages

 

BRONZE SPONSOR

Budget Dumpster

2020

Top Design: Designer Julia Rousey's "Wash Back" modeled by Shay Gorman

Best Use Of Materials: Designer James Costello's "Shimmering Undulation" modeled by Divine Grace

Most Wearable: Designer Morgan Mac Adam's "The After Party Dress" modeled by Maya Mac Adam

Best Awareness Piece: Designer Julia Rousey's "Wash Back" modeled by Shay Gorman

Audience Choice: Designer Kelly Rex's "Under the Big Top" modeled by Erin Milks

2019

Honorable Mention: Designer Kira Abramovs’s “Cocktail Hour” modeled by Anna Abramovs

Best Awareness Piece: Designer Jill Moore’s “Snowhawk (Remix)” modeled by Jordann Human

Top Design and Audience Choice: Designer Nancy Alonso’s “Light At The End Of The Tunnel” modeled by Ivana Gabrielle

Most Wearable: Designer Jesus Rodriguez’s  “Swedish Versace” modeled by Katie Haqq

Most Inventive: Designer Perry Suganuma’s “It’s Digital” modeled by Maile Suganuma

2018

Top design: Sharon Huang’s “Free to Fly,” modeled by Ashley Cruces

Most green-carpet ready: Jesus Rodriguez’s “The Perfect Package,” modeled by Katie Haqq

Most wearable: Kyana Wilborn’s “For The Love of Plastic,” modeled by Liz Harvey

Audience choice: Bonnie Anderson’s “Heavendropt Steampunk Parachute,” modeled by Jenn Doherty

Most inventive: Lori Warren’s “Petrichor,” modeled by Lindsay Merwin