Something old, something new, something borrowed, something bilayer – all materials designers who competed for the title of best in the 10th annual competition of wedding dresses out of toilet paper in New York. Complicated dress and lace veil submitted to the contest were made of toilet paper rolls and materials such as glue and thread.
1. This year Crown winner and prize of 10,000 dollars went to 28-year-old Susan Brennan model for Romance on a Roll. To work on the way took about 20 rolls of toilet paper and a month of work. “Toilet paper was everywhere,” – said by the winner.
2. Winner – Model Romance on a Roll designer Susan Brennan.
3. A model presents dress designer Mimoza Haska from South Carolina.
4. Dress designer Terri Glover, made from toilet paper, glue, adhesive tape and thread.
6. A model displays jewelry designed by Katrina Chalifoux.
7. Designer Julie Hass (right) from Illinois corrects dress on the model before the show. The dress is made of 28 rolls of toilet paper, scotch tape and shiny threads.
8. Designer Lupe Andrade from California created her dress out of toilet paper and hot glue.
9. Model Melissa August (right) in a dress by designer Amber Mills.
11. Hem Dress designer Luis Razo from Chicago.