Whether outrageous, humorous, elegant or chic, 40 unique “Trashion Fashions” will strut the catwalk for a capacity crowd at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Valley Veterans Memorial Building, for the Sonoma Community Center’s fourth annual Trashion Fashion show.

Some $1,200 in prizes will be awarded by a prestigious panel of judges including, Julie Weston, Charlotte Kruk, Jean Cacicedo-Leach, Melissa Spooner and Shelly Littlewood.

“This promises to be our best Trashion Show ever. It’s exciting to see how this concept inspires so many. You won’t want to miss it!” said, Margaret Hatcher, SCC special programs manager and organizer of the event.

The Trashion Show is sponsored by My Girlfriend’s Closet, Republic of Thrift and Sonoma Index-Tribune with generous support from the Sonoma Plein Air Foundation.

Tickets to the Trashion show are nearly sold out at press time. At $45, they are available through SVBO.org or by calling 938-4626, ext. 1. All proceeds support SCC arts education programs.

Designers participating in this year’s Trashion show include: Alexa Wood, Joni Derickson, Susan Gibbons, Josette Brose-Eichar, Natasha Drengson, Janet Nusbaum, Jeanine Briggs, Julie Calhoun, Stacea Dohoney, Sallie Romer, Charissa Drengsen, Courtney Bristow, Alejandra Cervantes, Bonnie Brown, Carol Davis, Susan Sulc, Susan Poer, Elise Cheval, Margaret Hatcher, Kaylin Riebli, Sofia Neff, Ava Ehnes, Hannah Rose McNeely, Nell Sheridan, Hannah Ford-Monroe, Phoebe Cole, Ruby Eilert, Emma Routhier, Wendy Brayton’s art students from Presentation School, members of Girl Scout Troops #10240 and #10141, and four pairs of Mentoring Alliance mentor/mentees.

The Trashion Show is inspired by SCC’s commitment to promoting sustainable living.

It is a fashion philosophy that combines environmentalism with innovation. It springs from a desire to make the best use of limited resources by making traditional and avant-garde clothing or objects from recycled materials or cast off junk.

The Sonoma Valley Veterans Memorial Building is located at 126 first St. W., Sonoma.