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Project JamaicaWay: Sustainable Style Competition & Fashion Show!

The Jamaica Plain Forum, Boomerangs, Goodwill & others are teaming up to challenge aspiring fashion designers in JP to think green! Apply by May 30 to compete!


Calling all aspiring fashion designers:
Apply by May 30 to show off your skills, save the planet, & win fabulous prizes!

Project JamaicaWay

Sustainable Style Competition & Fashion Show

Thursday, June 7, 7-9 PM

– 6 Eliot Street, JP

 

Buying new clothes is bad for our wallets and the environment, but how can we look fierce without flooding our eco-system with the toxic byproducts of producing and transporting the latest threads?  The answer – reuse, recycle, and restyle old clothes to make fresh new looks!   

Project JamaicaWay challenges aspiring designers to do just that!  We’ll provide gift certificates to JP’s best thrift stores – you provide the creativity & talent to turn someone’s cast-off clothing into an eco-chic new style.   

 

How it works:

1.    Apply today!  Email a short statement on why sustainable fashion is important to you and a picture of your favorite outfit to projectjamaicaway@gmail.com.  Applications are due Wednesday, May 30.

2.    On May 31, we’ll choose 10 applicants to compete & show off their style! 

3.    Those 10 lucky contestants will have one week to put together their looks using thrift-store finds!

4.    Our expert panel of judges will choose a winner on June 7 at a spectacular celebration of style and sustainability!  

 

SPONSORED BY:

* The Jamaica Plain Forum * * Goodwill *

* JP New Economy Transition * The JP Greenhouse * JP Centre/South Main Streets *

To apply, or for more information, email projectjamaicaway@gmail.com!

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