Eco Trash Couture

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Recycle Runway in the News

Sierra Magazine

Fashion That’s Meant to be Trashy By Kimberly Button September 23, 2011 Read article on-line. You wouldn’t want to live next to a landfill, so would you ever consider wearing what’s in it? After seeing the eco-couture fashions of designer Nancy Judd, you might just say yes. Judd, an educator and artist, started Recycle Runway…

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Albuquerque Journal

Albuquerque Journal N.M. “Obamanos Coat” bound for Smithsonian By Kathaleen Roberts / Journal Staff Writer June 3, 2011 Read article on-line. SANTA FE – The day after the presidential election, Nancy Judd went Dumpster diving and turned out a coat. Now the coat – pieced together from 2008 Obama materials, specifically paper door hangers that…

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Yahoo

Yahoo Designer turns trash into high fashion. By Joanna Douglas, Shine Staff April 25, 2011 Read article on-line. Designer and environmental educator Nancy Judd creates wearable art out of recycled materials Once an odd and unusual concept, in recent years, “recycled clothing”—that is, wearable garments made from unconventional materials—have become more and more mainstream ….

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CNN

CNN Wearable art plucked from trash By Michelle Hiskey, Special to CNN April 22, 2011 9:24 a.m. EDT Read article on-line. (CNN) — Nancy Judd turns an orange rind into sequins. A can of Coke becomes shiny bangles. Plastic bags melt into chic crinkly fabric. What others call trash is her high fashion. Her newest…

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Terminal U

Terminal U Delta Air Lines’ superhero stewardess uniform unveiled April 14, 2011   Read article on-line. A “superhero stewardess” uniform, made entirely out of bits of Delta Air Lines scrap, is among the eye-popping pieces of eco-fashion gracing an exhibition at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport. Delta Air Lines commissioned Nancy Judd – an artist known for…

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USA Today

USA Today Airports cater to art lovers with intriguing installations By Harriet Baskas April 12, 2011 Read article on-line. At Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, you’ll soon find an exhibit of couture fashions made entirely from trash by Nancy Judd of Recycle Runway. Included among the 18 pieces is an outfit commissioned by Delta Air Lines…

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Chic Republiq

Chic Republic April 8, 2011 Interview at the Launch Party for the Atlanta International Exhibition. View interview on-line.

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Talking with Tami

Talking with Tami April 7, 2011 Trash Is The New Black Yes you heard it right folks! The next time you go to throw away that pop can, or that old cd you might want to take a closer look at it and turn that trash in to something fashionable and feel good that you…

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Metro Mix Atlanta

Metro Mix Atlanta April 7, 2011 Nancy Judd launches her national eco-fashion exhibition at Environment Furniture in West Midtown Recycle Runway exhibition, includes 18 eco-trash couture garments takes between 50-450 hours to create, and is the culmination of ingenious re-use. Pieces include faux fur jackets made with endless loops of cassette and video tape; a…

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USA Today

USA Today January 1, 2010 A traveler admires the Recycle Runway at Phoenix Sky Harbor. The Phoenix Airport Museum partnered with artist Nancy Judd on the exhibition of dresses created from materials that are often discarded. Read article on USA Today website.

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