ECO-DESIGNERS & PUBLIC PARKS
Runway: Posh Repurpose for Parks
Benefits: Hancock Parks Foundation
Do you think that any of the A-List attendees at the 2018 Met Gala (NYC) wore ensembles created from their own celebrity trash?
While the 2018 Met Gala’s Red Carpet rolled out Galliano, Versace, Chanel and Dior ensembles … the rest of the world reimagines less conspicuous Green runways.
Local unknown designers create lifestyle fashion using materials that can be uncovered in Guatemala mile-high dump sites, NYC back alley restaurant dumpsters, Cancun beaches and parks in Findlay, Ohio.
Flashing trash became a mega-watt hit on the Vogue-like catwalk at the Marathon Performing Arts Center (Findlay, OH USA) on Friday, 4 May 2018.
Prom gowns to grocery store chic were fashion forward looks designed and presented by area fashionistas who are also environmentally conscious.
Designing avant-garde and county-fair looks from recyclable trash is an inspirational art form as throw-outs become clothing thread-outs. Sewing, gluing, beading …
Who would not want a closet full of wearable trash-inspired private eco-designer created garments, purses, shoes, boots and belts hanging-out in their closet to wear to a glitzy gala or sporting event?
Love the bejeweled necklace … created from broken silver CD shards and broken glass pieces … baubles and bangles for every occasion without a Harry Winston, Van Cleef & Arpels or Tiffany & Co price tag makes a beautiful statement about environmental luxury wearables.
Applause for the designers and their models that participated in this earth-friendly event.
What does Mother Earth say? Thank you for removing trash and creating a photogenic fashion splashed runway that proves most everything can be recycled, reused and fashion-infuse us.
The ultimate Winning Designer … the Hancock County Park District.
MB&W is glad to play a minor part wherever possible to support local public and global parks that provide a safe, tranquil and clean environment for all people to enjoy, meditate, climb a mountain, jog, camp, play, butterfly-hunt, pool-snow-shoe or canoe-in …
Discover the creative music and sounds of a park where children laugh, bees buzz and beavers build … and maybe you’ll even hear a Motown song streaming from a park gazebo’s sound system.
"Happy Mother's Day ... Mother Earth".
Celebrating Mothers Around the World: 13 May 2018