Trashion Show

Fashioning sustainability

The MIT Trashion Show is an annual fashion show that celebrates creative fashion design and promotes waste reduction and sustainability. Student designers from MIT and other Boston-area schools create pieces made of trash and recycled materials, which are then modeled on the runway.

Visit the project website: MIT Trashion Show.

 

The MIT Trashion Show is organized by members of the MIT Undergraduate Association Committee on Sustainability.

2017 Trashion Show Team
Amy Fang ’20
Sabrina Hernandez ’19, Co-Chair
Sophie Herscovici ’21
Kedi Hu ’20, Co-Chair
Addie Oh ’20
Meghan Reisenauer ’19
Olivia Siegel ’20

Filipino designer Francis Sollano was a 2017 special guest artist and Trashion Show judge.
Visit the artist’s website: Francis Sollano.

 

MIT Trashion Show 2017
Friday, December 1, 2017 / 7:00pm
Lobdell Dining Hall
Stratton Student Center, MIT Building W20
84 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA

Republic of the Philippines Department of Foreign Affairs: Filipino Designer Leads “Trashion” Show at Prestigious MIT (2018)

The Tech: One man’s trash is another man’s treasure (2017)

MIT Admissions Blog: The Trashion Show (2016)

MIT News: MIT brings a touch of trash to fashion (2015)

MIT Technology Review: From Trash to Trashion (2014)

MIT News: Garbage to Glamorous (2011)

 

2018 CAMIT Grant, Trashion Show. Courtesy of the artists.
2018 CAMIT Grant, Trashion Show. Courtesy of the artists.