Monday, September 6, 2010

La Nuit Collection of Future Vintage Trash-Couture by Ann Wiberg

In 2002, Scandinavian designer Ann Wiberg , created Trash Couture. Trash - Couture recycles vintage materials into works of art. The label is a pioneer of environmentally conscious and ethical couture production. It was Trash - Couture , which opened Prêt - à - Porter last spring with a huge show to mark the launch of the Ethical Fashion, as fashion industry's key element for the future. Trash-Couture presents their collection bi-yearly at Pret-a-Porter.
Each creation is unique and created as a limited edition which include ball and bridal gowns and corsets. The entire collection is made out of silk, tulle, couture embroideries, and is decorated with vintage lace and semi-precious stones.
Check out her website that is a fairytale of visual and auditory delights that takes us behind the scenes of this photo shot.
If this is trash, well... can I take it out? And wear it!!


Carla said...

HI there fabulous, I'd love some of that trash!!! how cool and amazing colours. Carla

janettaylor said...

How gorgeous!

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Christina,
These are all gorgeous. I'm off to check out the website for more!
Have a wonderful week my friend!

VMcreation-fashion-studio-atelier said...

Hello,dear Christina:-)*

I look her site...and WOW,WOW,WOW...

I am impressed so very much!!!

Just sophestecated,magnificent couture...OH,HOW much I like those creations!!!

Thank you million time for share these,and for you kindnest comments:-)*


Kristin said...

Dress me in that "trash" any day! I want a wedding redo!

Fashion Profiles said...

WOW!!! These are the most fabulous trash I have ever seen!!! =)

Anonymous said...

Nice post :)

what a fantastic blog u have :)


Front Row Mode said...

Loving the dresses


Slices of Beauty... said...

No trashy, beautiful all the way!

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The Higgenbottom said...

these pieces are insanely beautiful. i can't get over it. i can't believe it's made from recycled materials. what a fabulous idea!

Agneta said...


..... and just soo lovely post!


Jenny said...

Wow! So beautiful! Love the dresses!

Best, Jenny