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Emily Hyde’s "Deconstruction/Reconstruction" dress composed of fencing and safety cones is a definite traffic stopper.

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And the judges are… Representatives of local designer Adam Arnold, Portland Fashion Week, SCRAP, Regional Arts & Culture Council, and the Association of Oregon Recyclers had plenty to say about the "trashion" on display.

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A table cloth, paper clips, and latex gloves inspired Rita Keating’s flapper dress.

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Adrienne Duckrow’s "Rebrewed" Spanish-themed gown was made of coffee filters dyed in blackberries and used grounds.

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Brady Lange’s "Bedtime Bride" was a matrimonial vision of loveliness in a down quilt, blanket, p.j.’s, pillow, and lace.

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Sam Adams and The Mercury’s Marjorie Skinner give it up for the J2F house band.

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Biker chic was never so literal as Lindsey Stern’s bicycle tubes and valves dress took the runway.

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The "Rubber Tube Dress" up close and personal.

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Yes, you can can can wear Tyvek mailers as a dress, but only if it’s an Emily Rogers design.

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Taylor Cass Stevenson’s "Net Consumption" took a page from Carmen Miranda’s book—or her plastic fruit and onion bags to be exact.

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Alyssa Asteya’s "Gunny Sack Trench Coat" made from burlap coffee bags, sheets, and car seat covers made a bold statement.

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Sarah Lynn Svobodny prepared for a rainy day with "Lady Cumulus" and her gown of electrical wire, netting, plastic bags, and pillow stuffing.

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Save your six pack rings and you too can have a "Seagull Saver" dress courtesy of Aliyah Indra and Jen Dzienis.

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There’s no messing with Brian Leavitt’s "Trashion Assassin" and his stealthy outfit of shoe bags, tarp, and computer and cable wires.

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You’ll be ready for a walk down the aisle or the runway in Rebecca Ross’s "Red, White and Bride" made from sheets, bubble wrap, curtains, and grocery bags.

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Bathed in white, Ruth Waddy’s "Plastic Pride" struck a dramatic pose on the runway.

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