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Head Turning Dresses From Recycled Garbage

25 February 2015
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28-year-old, Kristen Alyce is an Eco-conscious designer who converts all kinds of trash, like discarded drink cartons, tapes, magazine pages, leaflets and concert tickets, into fashionable outfits for women. Her designs include all sorts of clothing from cocktail dresses to floor length gowns, Ties of all kinds and custom suit jackets, trousers and board shorts made under her label ‘Garbage Gone Glam’(GGG).

Garbage Gone Glam

People go crazy over styles, colors, new looks, vintage looks, gowns, pretty people and gorgeous designs. The plastic bags, egg cartons, cereal boxes, A box of X-rays, coffee filters and other recyclable material would become her tools to make people turn their head.

Garbage Gone Glam creates trendy dresses for businesses to be used at trade shows, fundraisers, marketing and special events where they want their brand to stand out. Alyce has partnered with Simon malls and other national and local clients such as the Palm Beach Outlets and Kravis Center, a West Palm Beach Hyundai dealership, retailers, restaurants, among others to create head turning dresses for marketing events.

Her company, now based in both Florida and New York, has thousands of fans like women who love fashion but are environmentally conscious as well. Custom dresses for clients start at $2,000. There are also dresses available on Garbage Gone Glam's website, starting at $500 to $1,500.

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