These Expensive “Garbage Glam” Dresses Are Literally Made from Trash

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Several big designer names have joined the “Go Green” bandwagon, including Stella McCartney, Victoria’s Secret, and H&M. We really appreciate the fashion industry’s effort to clean up their acts, but there’s one designer who has a very unconventional take on green fashion.

Young designer Kristen Alyce created the Florida-based brand Garbage Gone Glam, which features dresses, as well as a few accessories, that are literally made out of garbage. They are fashioned to look like typical dresses but are made using recycled materials, like thrown-away drink cartons, concert tickets, leaflets, plastic wrappers, and magazine pages.

These dresses are seriously head-turning with their patchwork design and multicolor prints. They look like the Derelicte collection from Zoolander and might actually work in costume parties and other quirky events. The only problem is that they are all super expensive at $500 a pop, with dressier pieces priced at $1,500! Would you actually splurge on “garbage glam” dresses like these? Or is this just plain ridiculous?

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If you are bold enough to rock garbage glam, choose from the quirky pieces below:

Garbage Glam Danger BlowPop DressBlowPop Dress, $500

Garbage Glam Danger Cocktail DressDanger Cocktail Dress, $500

Garbage Glam Danger Phonebook DressPhone Book Dress, $500

Garbage Glam Danger Belgium Bike DressBelgium Bike Dress, $1,500

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