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Trashion Refashion Show Celebrates Diversity, Sustainability

"Anything goes" in fasion show dedicated to the reused and recycled. The only prohibition: Nothing new!

Cast of Trashion Refashion 2017.

Photo: Aubrey Seader

The cast of Trashion Refashion 2017 takes to the stage of the Buskirk-Chumley Theatre.

The annual Trashion Refashion show has come and gone for another year. The Center for Sustainable Living sponsors the ceremony, now in its eighth year. WFIU’s Aubrey Seader attended the 2017 fashion shindig, and files this report.

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