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Creativity on display at Catonsville High’s Inaugural Trashion Show
5/9/2013

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This spring, students from Catonsville High School are showing that fashion doesn’t have to break the bank.

The school’s inaugural Trashion Show was held Thursday, April 25, with seven designers showcasing clothing created from recycled materials. The wearable and eco-friendly fashions ranged from a vest made out of photos to dresses made from tissue paper and plastic bags. A total of eight designs were shown.

The winning piece was made by student Tara McDonald, who presented an elaborate dress made from SAT study book pages folded accordion-style and pained gold. Second place went to Kyra Parke-Davison for a dress made from folded newspaper. Both winners received gift cards to Joann Fabrics.

The Trashion Show was sponsored by Catonsville High School’s National Art Honor Society, advised by Windy Spiridigliozzi. For more information about the show, contact Windy at wspiridigliozzi@bcps.org.

 

 

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Photos by Catonsville High School Art Teacher Windy Spiridigliozzi.
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