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The Recycling Coalition’s 11th Annual Re-Fashion Show Recap!

Greetings, WV Style Teamers!

The Recycling Coalition held its 11th Annual Re-Fashion Show at the Charleston Town Center today, showcasing original outfits made out of recyclable materials such as used books, magazines, newspaper, balloons, cereal tops and CDs. What an amazing and inspiring event! The event is part of the American Recycles Day celebration, held on November 15, 2000 . Carol Throckmorton of the WV Solid Waste Management Board, who emcee’d of the event, stated the goal of this fashion show was to educate people about recycling and to promote the buying and usage of recycled items.  The show was an impressive show of creativity, ingenuity, and design skills.

Open to all West Virginia residents, there were two age-range categories for contestants, 13 and younger and 14 and over. Winners received cash prizes of $100,$150, and $200. Gift cards were also awarded for three special categories: the Coca-Cola Challenge; the Newspaper Challenge, which is sponsored the Charleston Newspapers; and the Shopping/ Miscellaneous Challenge, sponsored by Town Center Mall.

Here are the top three winners of the 14 and over categories.

1st Place: Lauren Shelton

Lauren Shelton won first place for her flapper inspired dress, hairband and shoes, make of coca-cola boxes, wrappers, and can tabs.  AH-MAAAAZ-ING!

Lauren Shelton won first place for her flapper inspired dress, hairband and shoes, make of coca-cola boxes, wrappers, and can tabs. AH-MAAAAZ-ING!

 

The shoes!

The shoes!

 

 

Headband! I want!

Headband! I want!

 

2nd Place: Mallory Sisler

Mallory's dress is made largely from plastic cereal tops recycled from her school.

Mallory’s dress is made largely from plastic cereal tops recycled from her school.

3rd Place: Olivia Best

Olivia Best, Brooke County High School, made her dress mostly out of recycles greetings card.

Olivia Best, Brooke County High School, made her dress mostly out of recycled greeting cards.

 

Her bouquet.  So creative!

Her bouquet. So creative!

 

Winners of the 13 and under category . . . .

1st Place:  Hermonie Ashman

Ok... is there anything in the world cuter than this Hermonie in her fan dress?  Anything?????  Adorable.  Check out here shoes, too.

Hermonie in her Asian-inspired fan Adorable! Check out her shoes, too.

 

2nd Place: Emmie Wince

Emmie's dress is made of newspaper.  She totally rocked the runway!

Emmie in her dress made of funny papers.  She totally rocked the runway!

Back view of Emmie's funny papers dress.

Back view of Emmie’s funny papers dress.

 

Third Place: Chloe Sotomayor

 

Chloe Sotomayer, Roane County, won third place for this romantic ruffled dress made of cornhusks.

Chloe Sotomayer, Roane County, won third place for this romantic ruffled dress made of cornhusks.

 

The Coca-Cola Challenge Category winner was Jesssica Kraschewski of Winfield, WV.

Jessica's southern belle style dress was made from Coca Cola product labels and her parasol from the cans!  This dress really was a stunner.

Jessica’s southern belle style dress was made from Coca Cola product labels and her parasol from the cans! This dress really was a stunner.

 

No detail left undone with this outfit!  The parasol is perfect

No detail left undone with this outfit! The parasol is perfect

The Newspaper Challenge Winner was Jensen White.

The workmanship and details of this dress was really impressive.  Very sexy and totally wearable look by Ms. White.  Bravo!

The workmanship and details of this dress was really impressive. Very sexy and totally wearable look by Ms. White. Bravo!

 

The back of the dress was just as detailed as the front.  Super Cool!

The back of the dress was just as detailed as the front. Super Cool!

The Winner of the Shopping Challenge was Amanda Mayhew.

Amanda's dress was made of recycled balloons!

Amanda’s dress she called “Up and Away” was made of recycled balloons!

 

Long view of dress in its entirety.

Long view of dress in its entirety. How imaginative!

 

And here are some additional shots from the show.

Catherine Bandak, Lauren Shelton and Jessica Kraschnewski.

Catherine Bandak, Lauren Shelton and Jessica Kraschnewski.

 

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Mallory Sisler and Chloe Sotomayor.

Mallory Sisler and Chloe Sotomayor.

 

Lilian Armstrong from Grafton is her newspaper Kimono.

Lilian Armstrong from Grafton is her newspaper Kimono.

 

Olivia Best, her "groom" Nick Stillson and Lauren Shelton. Nick's outfit was amazing! Pants made of dictionary pages and his vest was made from lolli-pop wrappers.

Olivia Best and her “groom” Nick Stillson. Nick’s outfit was amazing! His pants were made of dictionary pages and his vest  from lolli-pop wrappers.

 

Side view of "wedding couple," Nick Stillson and Olivia Best.

Side view of “wedding couple,” Nick Stillson and Olivia Best.

 

Emmie Wince right before the winner announcements.

Emmie Wince right before the winner announcements.

 

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