Louisville Youth Choir
An example of fashions made from recycled materials in the 2014 Trashion and Refashion Show.(Photo: Provided)
Calling all students with a passion for fashion, and we should mention you should also not be afraid to get your hands dirty.
Good Garbage, Louisville's center for creative reuse, is holding a "Trashion and Refashion (and hat) Show" on April 26.
Individuals or teams of up to four students may enter as many as three fashions made from recycled materials for consideration. The deadline for entries is April 3.
Entries must be made from at least 75 percent recyclable or reused materials that would otherwise be thrown away or recycled. These fashions can include cardboard, steel or tin, recycled fabric or clothing, aluminum, plastics, paper cartons, chipboard, newspaper, mixed papers (magazines, junk mail and catalogs), paper bags and glass.
The "Trashion & ReFashion Show" will be part of the Louisville Youth Choir's spring performance, "Earth, Wind & Choir, " at the Brown Theatre, as part of Louisville's ACA YES! Fest 2015.
Good Garbage is at 2020 Duncan St., in the heart of the Portland neighborhood. It's the pink building behind the Speedway, off 22nd St. (JW Hodges Parkway).