Eco Fashion Show
2014 Green is the New Black Eco Fashion Show
This popular event has kicked off NAU’s Earth Week for the past two years, and will be returning in April 2015. Please check back in December 2014 or January 2015 for more information on how you can get involved!
In the meantime, please enjoy pictures and videos from the last two years. Make sure to check out Facebook page for even more pictures and information from the shows.
The purpose of this event is to show that being sustainable does not have to be all doom and gloom, sacrifice or inconvenience. Not everyone can or will want to design clothing, but we all have the ability to be creative and think about new ways to reuse and transform items that may typically be considered waste. The 2014 show adding thrift store styling categories to the original design categories.
Outfits are judged on creativity, craftsmanship, environmental consciousness, and presentation. In addition to the judged categories, the audience has the opportunity to vote for Audience Choice Awards for Best Design and Best Model.2014 Eco Fashion Show
2013 Eco Fashion Show
For the 2014 show, we continued the Original Design categories. Again, designers were given the challenge of creating outfits made out of at least 75% reclaimed, reused, recycled, or organic materials. They were allowed a $5 budget for supplies to make their outfits. We added new “Second Hand Stylings” categories this year. The stylists were given a $20 budget and were only allowed to shop at thrift stores. For the Make It Work Challenge, participants had to select and incorporate two thrifted items out of a collection picked out by the planning committee.
Click here to see the winners.
The designers were given the challenge of creating outfits made out of at least 75% reclaimed, reused, recycled, or organic materials. They were allowed a $5 budget for supplies to make their outfits.
to see the winners from the first Eco Fashion Show.