Calling All Denver Fashion Designers!
It is time to bring your design and sewing savvy to the Art District on Santa Fe. to a runway show like no other!
RECREATIVE RUNWAY: AN UPCYCLED FASHION EVENT
Upcycled Materials - Queen Models - Celebrity Judges
Sunday August 26th // All Day!
$30 / team (includes all materials & lunch)
Six designers will be paired with one of Denver’s
Drag Queens to create a lewk from upcycled materials supplied by creative
reuse store ReCreative Denver. The designer / models teams will have 8ish
hours to construct their garments before revealing them to a live runway
audience and panel of community celebrity judges.
Category Is...X Bar Eleganza!
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org telling us about
yourself as a designer, with examples of your work included, and why you want to participate in ReCreative Runway to be considered.
We will notify six lucky participants by 6/20. The winning team will receive and fabulous prize pack including a 3 liter Tito’s Vodka Trophy for the designer and Miss ReCreative Denver title and stunning crown for the queen. All participating teams will receive bottle service at the X Bar afterparty!
Runway Day Team Rules
Designers will be given their models drag-measurements and contact info. one week out from runway day
Designers and models are encouraged, but not required, to meet up before runway day day to discuss their team’s garment
Designers are allowed to sketch, design and pattern their look prior to runway day
Designers may bring their own machines, sewing kits, tools and dress forms
RCD will have 6 functional sewing machines to provide if needed
RCD will have sewing notions for use if needed
No garments may be constructed prior to contest start time (sketching and patterning OK)
Structural pieces like corsets, petticoats, tutus, shoulder pads etc. may be used
Base undergarment pieces like bras, shaping / support pieces, leotards, etc. may be used, however points will be awarded to designers who commit to full garment construction during the contest vs. adding to existing base pieces.