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TRASHION – The Show

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. This Blue Coffee Dress, made from Emeryville's McLaughlin Coffee bags, was designed by Margaret Hatcher and is modeled by Caitlin Denny. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. This Book Garland Dress, designed by Stasea Dohoney, and modeled by Gretchen Gause, took first prize. It's made from individually-strung book pages. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. This dress worn by Leslie Sanchez and designed by her, Madison Ellis, Samantha Murray and Faline Howard, was made from Girl Scout cookie boxes. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Ava Ehnes designed and modeled her own creation constructed of straws, 7-Up bottles, yarn and ribbon. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Jeanine Briggs created this little black dress from discarded film reels from the 2006 Hong Kong martial arts film "Dragon Tiger Gate". The model is Yvette Miln. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Madison O'Brien models this gown that she designed with Alexandra Garber, Aria Schuler, Catherine Flaherty and Jane Coneybeer. It's made from Chicken wire, hammered soda caps and tabs, torn magazines, trans bags and story book pages. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Model Lauren Benward-Krause wears a saloon-girl dress designed by Alexa Wood and Joni Derickson. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Ruby Eilert and Emma Routhier model dresses designed by themselves along with Phoebe Cole and Mazie Jones, the inspiration for which came from a visit to a local coffee house. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Claire McNairy models a dress made of computer wire, designed by herself, Tyler Earnest, Gabby Kutza, Sydnie Raup and Ruby Gomez. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Susan M. Sulc models her own creation made from a 1920s negligee, plastic bags, mini-moo creamers, LED twinkle lights and crocheted grocery bags combined with gold cord. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Shanti Williams models a gown made from used Sonoma Valley Visiitor's Guides, designed by Susan Poer. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Sue Tam models a dress fashioned from Astroturf and a stole made from holiday ornaments and decorations, designed by Janet Nusbaum. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Designer and model Eiise Cheval used SF Chronicle bags for this romantic gown and matching hat. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, woas held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. For her senior project, Courtney Bristow models her own design made from Christmas wrapping, newspapers an playing cards. Her king, model Forest O'Brian, wears a suit made from leftover ends of roofing paper. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Designer and model Josette Borse-Eichar made this cocktail dress from McCaulous blue bags and constructed the quilted jacket fro panty liners. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Anna Harb models this dress designed by herself and Natalie Sandoval. It's made from playing cards, with a crown of plastic ware and a valentine box. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Designer and model Julie Calhoun created this dress from her children's homework and the plans from her home's remodel. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Designer and model Sophia Neff constructed this dress from her gently-used and outgrown underwear and socks. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Ruby Capriola models this creation designed by Ashley Nava and her mentor, Patsy Wallace. It's made from deflated "get-well" and "birthday" baloons. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Danielly Rochah models a traditional-style of dress once worn by Mexican women. The designer, Alejandra Cervantes, created the dress from used, discarded clothing, leaves, curtains and a tablecloth. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Sarah Carlisle models this wedding dress made from discarded grocery bags. The designer is Susan Gibbons. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Hannah Rose McNeely and Nell Sheridan model their creations made from used art supplies. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Lindsay Cullent models a dress made from discarded Safeway shopping bag. It was designed by herself, Anya Sendaydiego, Emily Barmore and Kaileigh Hingten. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Cameron Kelly models accessories (boots, belt, hat,handbag and necklace) made from tin cans, bottle caps, computer wire, a deli tray and bullet casings. The designers are Joni Derickson and Alexa Wood. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Designer Carol Davis and model Bonnie Brown fashioned this creation out of things they found in their garden shed - aluminum foil, leaves, metal wine-barrel hoops, chain, solar light and nylon tomato ties. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Cameron Kelly models accessories (boots, belt, hat,handbag and necklace) made from tin cans, bottle caps, computer wire, a deli tray and bullet casings. The designers are Joni Derickson and Alexa Wood. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Designer Hannah Ford-Monroe models her own creation fashioned from returned homework assignments, school supplies and a light bulb. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Tess Joblonsky models a "mighty-oak" gown designed by Natasha Drengson. The dress is made from plant-dyed crushed velvet and silks, an antique dress, acorns and oak leaves. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Emma Snyder, assisted by her mentor Carrie Roche, designed this dress from red solo cups and caution tape. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Model and designer Hope Preston wears a dress made from a re-purposed plastic door curtain, bubble wrap and black mesh netting. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Laura Couchman models a costume made from recycled comic book pages, which was designed by Betina Hart and Isabella Cohen. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. This dress modeled, by Lorna Carter, was designed by her and Vivian Cormany. The dress is made entirely from sheet music. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Model and designer Sallie Romer made this cocktail dress from the scalloped edges of 30 broken records and two-and-a-half spools of thread. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Danielle Grippi models a dress made from Starburst wrappers. The designers are Alexander Westfall, Elsa Winter, DAnielle Grippi, Katie Brenninger, Bella Magnani, Marina Trotta and Sophie Lucchetti. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers.Model Charissa Drengsen designed her Mori (Japanese for "forest") Girl Dream Gown from a reclaimed wedding dress, silk garments, salvaged linens, vintage buttons and curtains. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Andrew Reece models Mori Boy Adventure Suit made from salvaged vintage tweed and reclaimed wool gabardine. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Model and designer, Kaylin Riebli, created her gown from curtains, soda tabs, zippers, cork and shells. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Model Emily Umholtz designed this dress along with Mary Minigan and Stella Favro. It's made from soda labels and caps. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Model Gracie Phillips wears a dress made from Starbucks cup liners and folded bags, designed by herself and Ricki Marecha. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Bella Espana models a dress made from bubble wrap, packing peanuts and foam. It was designed by herself, Lilian Phillips and Michaela Kalos. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)

TRASHION – The Show

At the end of the show, all the models and designers strutted the catwalk, showing off their unique creations to an appreciative crowd. Model Caitlin Denny, wearing Margaret Hatcher's Blue Coffee Dress, waits patiently for the judges' decisions.

TRASHION – The Show

The ever-popular Trashion Fashion Show, presented by the Sonoma Community Center, was held on Saturday, March 22, at the Sonoma Veterans Memorial Hall. The sold-out event once again delighted attendees with the high level of artistic creativity shown by both the junior and the adult designers. Lauren Benward-Krause toasts the audience. (Photos by Robbi Pengelly/Index-Tribune)