Trashion, a made-word combining "trash" and "fashion", is a term coined for art, jewelry, fashion and objects created from used, thrown-out, found and repurposed materials (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trashion).
Our Trashion collection of garments are made from waste and recyclable material such as construction tarp, cardboard, newspaper, and plastics.
In nature, there is no such thing as waste.
Everything that is “waste” is an input for another part of a cycle.
Our "Trashion" installation sets out to inspire people to see the potential in waste as a resource rather than unwanted material.
We encourage you to think twice before throwing something away because in reality, there is no “away”.
Artist Michelle Sin created her first Trashion collection as a high school project, combining her passion for fashion and the environment to challenge people to see the potential in waste.
CD SONTER and Michelle Sin have partnered together to expand the Trashion project into a full art installation that include men’s and women’s fashion.
Let us host your Trashion Event!