“Re-Sewn” Showcases Environmentally-Friendly Clothing

The Undergraduate Government of Boston College, Eco-Pledge and the Art Club sponsored “Re-Sewn” on october 21, a fashion show featuring clothing made with environment-friendly methods.  While some of the student models displayed clothing from professional designers, others presented their own creations – like London Nicole McWilliams ’11 (pictured left) wearing a flower bracelet by Kathie Chang ’11 and carrying a purse by Tiffany Pham ’11.  McWilliams won the “Project Greenway” competition for student designers.  “Re-Sewn” was among a series of events held to promote conservation and sustainability.  View YouTube video about the project posted by the BC Office of Public Affairs.  View excerpts from “Project Greenway” – which provided the opportunity for the designers to develop clothing for the fashion show, “Re-Sewn.”  Photo by Christopher Huang.  Courtesy of the Boston College Chronicle.

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