First “Annual” Recycle Fashion Show

| June 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Jenny Chissus

DSC_3754_SOCC_RecycleFashion2014_Jfchissus_Seldovia.com26Wow, what a great show!  I knew when I first read about this unusual fashion show idea – that it would be spectacular! This event would be the perfect opportunity for a few local artists/fashionistas to show off their talents in creative ways we could never imagine! From garbage bags, duct tape, foam and 5 hour energy bottles, to magazine pages, yarn, Grunden scraps, envelopes, dryer sheets and feed bags, there was a lot of waste put to amazingly good use!

DSC_3690_SOCC_RecycleFashion2014_Jfchissus_Seldovia.com1With so much variety and obvious creative talent, it was a difficult fashion show to judge. Vivian, Suzie and Valisa were there, taking notes furiously as the gals took to the catwalk and about 35 folks enjoyed the show!

There were 4 categories:

1) Best in Show = There were two winners!  Tiffany Haller & Amanda (Gain) Ginter, Both received one round trip with Mako’s Water Taxi.
2) Most Outrageous = Liza Bieri for her mask – received one round trip for two with Mako’s Water Taxi.
3) Funniest = Gwyneth Hansen “Little White Riding Hood” / received a plush, pink robe donated by SOCC
4) Best Accessory = Ila Dillon for her feedbag totes (available for purchase at the KacheYak Trading Post) / received  Thyme on the Boardwalk gift certificate
The prizes were all donated – thank you to Mako Haggerty with Mako’s Water Taxi & Suzie Stranik with Thyme on the Boardwalk for their generous prizes!
Thanks to the following folks who made this all possible!


Models (in order of appearance):  Tiffany, Ariana, Heli, Gwyn, Ashante, Andria, Sirena, Axenia, Heidi, Joy, Ariana & Sugar, Amanda and Lisa!

DSC_3691_SOCC_RecycleFashion2014_Jfchissus_Seldovia.com2Fashion Designers:  Tiffany, Amelia, Liza, Gwyn, Ila, Chaz, Amanda and Lisa

FineArtsCampLogoThis was a benefit and fund raiser for the annual Fine Arts Camp that is coming up in July.  Your support at this event and donations at any time are appreciated and welcome!

The Fine Arts Camp will be offering a daily schedule from campers 3-6, ages 7-11 and 12-18 as well as offerings for adults to enjoy!  Everything from gymnastics, dance and circus activities, to chimes, story time, art and singing for the younger campers to Native American flute, Beg Fiddle, theater games, percussion – there will truly be a wide variety of activities to enjoy and learn during the week long course.  Keep an eye out for the official flier – coming soon!

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