Fashion doesn't just repeat itself, it recycles.
It also re-claimes and re-fashions at the Young At Art's 8th Annual Recycled Fashion Show Friday, Nov. 15 at the Museum (751 S.W. 121 Avenue in Davie).
This year's theme is "Superheroes: Restyled," so teen designers will do creative twists on Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Captain America and Captain Marvel using materials such as metallic mesh, newspaper, cardboard, egg cartons, canvas, found fabric, bottle caps, recycled plastics and scatter paint.
The teen designers include girls from Young At Art Museum's Teen Leadership Program and the PACE Center for Girls, which provides girls and young women with an opportunity for a better future through education, counseling, training and advocacy.
Aside from the runway show (with hair and makeup by Kaizen Beauty Academy), there will be hors d'oeuvres and libations by Whole Foods Market Plantation and Pembroke Pines; a swag bar with perfumes and makeup items by Macy's Westfield Broward and “up-cycled” décor by IKEA Sunrise.
General admission tickets to the Recycled Fashion Show are $35 per person. For tickets and more information, contact Hannah Hausman at 954-424-5022.
For more information about Young At Art, visit YoungAtArtMuseum.org.
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