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Get Ready to ReFashion: Sustainable Showcase Returns on May 19

Get Ready to ReFashion: Sustainable Showcase Returns on May 19

ReFashion Bainbridge is gearing up for Fashion in the Forest, the 8th Annual ReFashion Show at IslandWood’s Welcome Center, on Sunday, May 19. The event will showcase the transformative power of upcycling and reusing textiles to promote sustainable fashion.

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REFASHION SHOW 2023 “FASHION IN THE FOREST” COMING TO ISLANDWOOD ON MAY 21ST

REFASHION SHOW 2023 “FASHION IN THE FOREST” COMING TO ISLANDWOOD ON MAY 21ST

The 7th annual (except for 2020) Bainbridge Island ReFashion Show (previously known as the “Trashion Show”) will take place on Sunday, May 21, 2023 from 1:00-4:00 PM at IslandWood on Bainbridge Island.

The Bainbridge Island ReFashion Show is an entertaining …

ReFashion Trashion Show 2022 “Fashion in the Forest” Coming to IslandWood on June 12th

ReFashion Trashion Show 2022 “Fashion in the Forest” Coming to IslandWood on June 12th

The Bainbridge Island ReFashion Trashion Show is an entertaining fashion show, sponsored by Bainbridge Island Zero Waste, an initiative of Sustainable Bainbridge. The Show features a variety of outrageously creative garments made from an assortment of recycled materials, such …

City is Working with Business Community, Others in an Effort to Reduce Plastic and other Waste on the Island

City is Working with Business Community, Others in an Effort to Reduce Plastic and other Waste on the Island

Reduce, reuse and recycle. The three Rs have been part of the culture and lexicon of Bainbridge Island for decades.

Bainbridge Disposal was one of the first waste management companies in the region – perhaps the state – to offer …

The Trashion Show – 2021 – Tickets on Sale Tomorrow, July 1st!

The Trashion Show is an entertaining fashion show, presented by Bainbridge Island Zero Waste, a program of Sustainable Bainbridge, featuring a variety of outrageously creative garments made from an assortment of recycled materials, such as repurposed clothes, food wrappers, …

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