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GREEN HARVARD

Harvard's student-run fashion show @identities_fashionfeatured a line of sustainable and ethically-sourced garments designed by @Rose_Orelup. These eco-chic wearables are made from repurposing single-use items like plastic bottles, vinyl, and Designer Rose Orelup hopes to communicate her mission for sustainability through the avenue of fashion

"To create a visual of the high levels of waste being created daily and its impact on our environment. Working with Identities Fashion helped bring this conversation to the table and gave viewers the opportunity to think differently about waste."


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Everything you need to know about the 12th ANNual boston greenfest

Boston GreenFest & TechExpo is the biggest environmental festival of its kind in the Northeast, which will take over approximately 300,000 square feet of Boston when it returns in August. Organized by the Foundation for a Green Future, the aim of the fest is to bring together leaders in a variety of industries — including financial, technology, health care, transportation, food, fashion and more —


All in the name of 'trashion'

At Paterson Museum 'trashion' show, ‘Eco-Chic’ dresses made from recycled refuse on display

“When people come, they expect to see trash,” Orelup said. “What they end up seeing is actual clothing that used to be trash. That’s the zing.”

Rose Orelup collected 1,000 white plastic grocery bags and sewed them together to produce a winter dress. Her other recycling-based fashion creations included garments made from drinking straws, window blinds, surgical floor mats, plastic bottles and used coffee filters.

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Haute Trash

Haute Trash – Planet or Plastic – 30 Years of Trash Fashion

Haute Trash is a social commentary satire, as it examines the wastefulness of the American culture and stresses the potential for recycling every day throw away items into one-of-a-kind fashions. The designers of Haute Trash are ecologically-minded artists who have chose to use fashion as a statement to encourage people to think twice about their trash.

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These dresses are made from recycled trash

NowThis News is an American liberal website and media company, which primarily distributes video news content to mobile devices and social platforms.

 
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Trashion Fashion

Hartford’s Infinity Hall to host Trashion Fashion show on Sunday

“We believe in using creativity to spread awareness of global issues that are challenging our planet,” Merli said in her email. “There are many unethical practices within the fashion industry worldwide that have harmful effects on the environment. Trashion Fashion offers a way to reimagine items that end up in the waste stream as materials for creation. We empower our audience, designers and students to rethink what is possible. We know there are solutions that can reduce waste and have gentler effects on the planet, it’s our goal to find them.