Photos by Nicole Carrow/22nd Century Media
Moxie Rose models a top made from doctors’ scrubs and ComicCon bags with a skirt made from upcycled Hawaiian shirts during the Gordon Salon 6th annual Catwalk for Water’s “Trashion Show” Saturday, April 6, at BMW Northfield.
James Thompson models a vest and knee-knocker shorts made from upcycled Hawaiian shirts.
Sydney Bitar (right), Teen Miss Great Lakes and a student at Wilmette’s Loyola Academy, greets the attendees and speaks about the importance of the Great Lakes.
Gunner Iwanski models a vest made from computer pieces and jeans adorned with patches of upcycled sari material.
Pam and Tony Gordon, owners of Gordon Salon, organized the evening's event.
Nicole Davidson (left) and Don Appleby peruse the silent auction.
Weston Schott models a vest made from a drawer liner woven with plastic grocery bags. His pants are upcycled pajama pants adorned with beer bottle tops, pop tabs, and grocery bags.
Attendees (left to right) Brian Gilbert, Joyce Yuen, Laura O’Brien and Rich Bocherty gather at the fundraiser.
Joel Brammeier, President and CEO of Alliance for the Great Lakes, speaks about his organization.