Every February the Juneau (Alaska) Arts and Humanities Council holds a Wearable Art Extravaganza. I took the pictures below at the 2010 event, when I was working in Juneau. I was pretty floored that such a fashionable event was taking place in Alaska. But really, I should not have been surprised. Alaskans are inventive and love re-using materials. The lady with the blue hair has a dress made out of milk cartons.
This colorful ball gown was made entirely from paint chips. Put this one on your calendar for next year!
The final bow and a chandelier made from balloons.