trashion
 n.— «Old seatbelts. Newspapers. Recycled magazines. Fashion inspiration comes from strange places. Eco-chic bloggers even have a name for it: trashion. The handbags you see on this page are icons of reuse, transforming mundane objects into decorative elements and, in the process, rejecting disposable culture as so—ahem—yesterday.» —“Conscientious Carryalls” by Tracy Vogel The Wave Magazine (San Jose, California) June 5, 20907. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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