Trash Fashions Update

Thanks to everyone who made the Trash Fashions show (April 8th) a great success! There are so many people who helped make it happen, and I sincerely thank all of you.

Jason was able to take some amazing “studio” photographs of our lovely models after the show, one of which is featured above. Alexa is wearing a two-piece gown made from packaging plastics, black bubblewrap, and a vintage bedsheet.

If you’re on Facebook, Jason has posted other photos there, too. Photographer Ann Christine has shared her photos of the runway event online as well, and you can find them here. My sincere thanks go to photographer and good friend Angela Baldridge for photographing the exhibit before it was taken down for the closing event.

Sutra Salon and Spa in Georgetown provided the hair and makeup for the models (what a fantastic job they did!) and are having an Earth Day event tomorrow (Thursday April 22nd) where they will be featuring some of my art for the next week or so. It will be sort of a “mini installation” …so if you missed the exhibit, come see a few pieces there!

I can’t give enough thanks to the wonderful models that I have been able to meet through this and other events, and their families who are so gracious with their time and helping hands 🙂 Also, other help was provided by Lock and Key Cafe and Georgetown Printing LLC. Thanks also to Georgetown College for hosting the event! I’ll most likely be sprinkling more new photos here and there as they become available. Cheers!

About Jamie

Jamie is an award winning artist who specializes in textile/fabric pieces (art that you wear), but also creates paintings, sculptures, and quilted works of art.
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1 Response to Trash Fashions Update

  1. aidana says:

    Thanks for checking it out!!! since you are interested in these kind of fashions! enjoy it.

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