See Spectacular Wearable Art Created to Support Education

 
 

Rubbish to Runway showcases wearable art to raise funds for Long Way Home, an organization that demonstrates the practical repurposing of waste into self-sufficient schools and buildings.

Talented artists select materials that others discard and repurpose them into wildly creative garments that models rock on the runway.

The Rubbish to Runway funds have supported the construction of an educational campus in San Juan Comalapa, Guatemala. This year’s efforts will help sponsor the education of students at the Centro Educativo Tecnico Chixot, Long Way Home's flagship school located in Guatemala.

Join the Rubbish to Runway Team

Join us this year as a spectator, a designer, a model, a volunteer, or a sponsor.
We—and the children of San Juan Comalapa—appreciate your support.

“Uncommon thinkers reuse what common thinkers refuse”
— J. R. D. Tata
 

Upcoming Shows

Rubbish to Runway shows take place in different locations throughout North America. Each show has a flavor unique to its community. Each one is driven by the composition and interests of its community but all have the common commitment to reuse and an appreciation of beauty and art. 

Be A Designer


Byfield, Massachusetts

April 27, 2019

The Governor’s Academy


1 Elm Street
Byfield, MA 01922
6:00-9:00 PM

Los Angeles,
CALifornia

TBA

March, 2019

Lexington,
Massachusetts

May 17, 2019

The Jonas Clarke Middle School

17 Stedman Road
Lexington, MA 01922
7:30-10:00 PM


 

houston,
texas

Thank you, Houston, for a great show on September 22, 2018

at the

Talento Bilingue de Houston

333 South Jensen Drive
Houston, TX 77003

2019 show to be announced soon!


Interested in Volunteering for a show?


About Long way home

Long Way Home is a nonprofit that uses sustainable design and materials to construct self-sufficient schools that promote education, employment and environmental stewardship.

supporting a sustainable life

Long Way Home leads by example. We believe the path to lasting change is through the youth. The creative reuse of waste materials in construction is an adaptable global solution impacting students, community and the environment.