Friday, April 3

Dress made from Capri Sun drink pouches

This One-of-a-kind dress made from Capri Sun drink pouches (created by designer Justina Blakeney of Compai) is being auctioned on eBay with all proceeds going to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Saturday April 4th, will be the last day that you can bid on this dress.

This one-of-a-kind Capri Sun drink pouch dress was the featured creation at the CAPRI SUN Ready to Re-Wear Runway Show on March 25, 2009 in a show hosted by teen sensation AnnaSophia Robb (Disney's "Race To Witch Mountain") at the Miami-Dade Boys & Girls Club.

The show featured fun and affordable accessories, all created from CAPRI SUN drink pouches, made by TerraCycle, the eco-company that has pioneered the concept that any disposable material can be reused and created into something of value.
All proceeds from this auction will be benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.

The dress fits into sizes 4-6 and measures:
Bust: 32 1/5
Hips: 37 in
Length: 31 in
In 2001, college freshman Tom Szaky founded TerraCycle in hopes of building a new, more responsible way of doing business. Since then, TerraCycle has revolutionized the industry by making eco-friendly and affordable products from waste materials. TerraCycle’s free collection programs, called Pouch Brigades, are beneficial to everyone involved.
Spread the word about the auction for this One-of-a-kind dress made from Capri Sun drink !

3 comments:

Kathleen W. said...

That is so cool! It reminds me of some of the things that my high school art students have made, like a dress out of coffee filters that was absolutely stunning. I hope they got a lot of money for it.

Over Coffee - the green edition said...

I would like to see that dress! It is amazing how creative people are.

Thanks for stopping by.

Tonya's Sewing Room said...

love this dress, how many did it sell for?