Applications open for Carbondale’s Green is the New Black fashion show |

Applications open for Carbondale’s Green is the New Black fashion show

Kenichi Woodworking and Wintercroft created masks to pair with Silk Utopia's handpainted silk gowns and menswear during Green is the New Black.
Chelsea Self / Post Independent |

It’s time to apply for the 10th-annual Green is the New Black fashion show. The 2018 event theme is Super.natural. Designers must meet sustainability guidelines (specified in the application) and provide a minimum of five looks. The deadline is Dec. 8, and the event is March 9 and 10. Apply at, or email with questions.

Need inspiration? Take a look back at the 2017 event.

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