You are here

Gilda Valenzuela models a dress adorned with wrapping and tissue paper, April 6, at Gordon Salon’s Trashion Show at Fields BMW Northfield. (Nicole Carrow/22nd Century Media)
James Thompson models a vest and knee-knocker shorts made from upcycled Hawaiian shirts.
Emma Lyons models a dress, of her own design, made from parts of old books: the bindings and pages.
Jacqueline Zeisloft, Freelance Reporter
1:23 pm CDT April 9, 2019

The spring season’s hottest new looks are dresses made from recycled straws and old Christmas wrapping paper. 

The North Shore-based Gordon Salon hosted its sixth annual “trashion” show Saturday, April 6, in partnership with the environmental organization the Alliance for the Great Lakes.