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Moxie Rose models a top made from doctors’ scrubs and ComiCon bags with a skirt made from upcycled Hawaiian shirts at Gordon Salon Trashion Show Saturday, April 6, in Northfield.
Sara Causevic models a dress made with magazines and used boxes, a citrus bag bow, and plastic knives to win the Gordon Salon Trashion Show Saturday, April 6, in Northfield. Photos by Nicole Carrow/22nd Century Media
Aminah Bazzell-Smith models a cape made from used boxes and recycled fabric.
Emma Lyons models a beehive-inspired dress featuring cardboard boxes and packaging material.
The models return to the catwalk after the show to applaud the designers.
One of the designers of Gilda Valenzuela's wrapping paper dress explains that her inspiration for her design was her father's frustration that wrapping paper is only used once.
Pam and Tony Gordon, owners of Gordon Salon, organized the evening's event.
Staff report
3:00 am CDT April 13, 2019
Check out some of the best shots from Gordon Salon's sixth annual "Trashion Show" Saturday, April 6, in Northfield.