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)