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Gary Harvey Brings “Dumpster-Chic” Couture to the GreenShows

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THRASHIN’ TRASHION

A true artist, designer Gary Harvey brings humor and wit to his upcycled couture gowns, constructed from dumpster-bound materials such as copies of the Financial Times, old baseball jackets, and empty skincare packaging. Although more theatrical than practical, Harvey’s innovative, show-stopping numbers sear themselves into your memory. Truly, an unforgettable way to kick off New York Fashion Week at the GreenShows.

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4 Responses to “Gary Harvey Brings “Dumpster-Chic” Couture to the GreenShows”

  1. wearableartblog says:

    Harvey’s dresses are so inventive. Let’s hope he inspires others to create recycled couture. Check out the newspaper gowns by Elena Gregusova, who has won Vancouver’s Wearable Art Awards over the last several years: http://bit.ly/14Bk0u

  2. kroderick says:

    Uh… Zoolander? Except that it was a JOKE.

  3. lafemmeartiste says:

    Beautiful! How about accessibility? Consider dealing with issues of poverty directly; set up an apprenticeship program. 10 to 20 students form inner city, no-chance environments to learn a set of marketable skills & a trade! Jamie Oliver’s 15-program is a good example: http://www.fifteen.net/mission/Pages/default.aspx

  4. Freevoice1960 says:

    Why in the world does poverty have to do with this. Poverty is a state of mind that can be eradicated if people start taking responsibility for their own well-being instead of waiting for hand-outs. The war on poverty has been going on for almost 50 years and instead of less we see more…enough already with the non-sense!

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