Updated on March 16, 2018
Nancy Judd ’90 created Recycle Runway to help change how the world thinks about the environment through innovative educational programs and couture fashions made from discarded presidential campaign lawn signs among a variety of other things.
These elegant garments created from recycled materials are exhibited in high-traffic airports to grab travelers’ attention and inspire personal action around the country.
Recycle Runway partners with businesses, non-profits, governmental agencies, foundations and individuals who actively support environmental conservation. In January, Judd’s work was featured in Washington DC at the Green Inaugural Ball, where it received international press including a front page article in the Wall Street Journal.
Judd has also received commissions to create numerous recycled garments and accessories from Toyota®, Coca-Cola®, Target®, Novelis Recycling, the Glass Packaging Institute and Starbucks®. More more information, visit Recycle Runway.