Designer Nancy Judd creates various clothing items for her Recycle Runway collection from the recycled trash. She showcases it in airports, class rooms and other media outlets around America.
She started the environmental education entity known as Recycle Runway in 2007, and began creating beautiful fashion garments from recycled stuff, thus capturing the attention of millions of people. Each of her works is a unique piece of wearable art that takes between 100 to 450 hours to complete.
Every season, Recycle Runway creates beautiful green couture garments from recycled materials like used soda cans, junk mail or old video and cassette tapes, which Nancy Judd hopes will inspire people to change the decisions we make around food, consumption, transportation, recycling and reuse.