Dress Made from Envirosax Reusable Bags

February 11, 2011 / 1 Comment

Here comes some brilliantly made attire from the Envirosax reusable bags. The dress was unveiled at the Sundance Film Festival’s Alive! Expo Green Pavilion last month. The piece of creative bombardment won accolades for both the bag manufacturer (Envirosax) as well as its designer Amit Ayalon.

envirosax dress Dress Made from Envirosax Reusable Bags

Since the Envirosax reusable bags feature of prints of almost all styles including that of the floral, bohemian, mod, and Japanese-inspired ones, the dress sports an outlandish yet eye catching outlook.

The dress altogether, comprises a jacket, Victorian-style corset, back scroll piece, bustle, and skirt. It looks more or less like a single piece gown. Remember that it comes in lightweight but durable polyester.

As for the designer, Amit Ayalon is a graduate, hailing from Tel Aviv (Israel), passed out recently, from the Australian Institute of Creative Design. She is the winner of the Most Outstanding Student of the Year award.

According to the designer, the inspiration for the dress is from Moulin Rouge, Alice in Wonderland as well as Sherlock Holmes. She added that the warm brown, gold, and red colors dominating the prints remind her of the Moulin Rouge fashion especially.

(Via Ecouterre)