SHS Mr. AND Miss ECO MODELO 2017

A Goddess of nature, Demeter, inspired cocktail dress worn by Ms. Jessica Halim from GAS 11-2 represents a coming together of scientific inquiry and brilliant creativity. You’ll be surprised that every single parts of it were made up of recycled materials mainly zesto boxes which were cut into leaves form and have been covered with green paints, would made the best gown. Further, the headdress were composed of straws, plastics and boxes. Flowers which were placed all over her outfit that made it stand out more were mainly crafted using plastic bags. Lastly, the stick was from a branch of a tree covered by newspapers painted in green to suit with the goddess portrayal of the costume.

She is wearing a rainbow-colored wedding dress inspired to be an Eco friendly costume. Her corset was made up of sacks, pinned with variant colors of plastic bags and fan shaped magazines. On the skirt, mosquito nets were primary used detailed with bottle caps. Umbrella on the other hand shows how unpredictable nature can be and symbolizes two major weather conditions, summer and rainy days. Colorful as it can be for the reason that it represents unity with nature regardless of race, creed, sex and nationality. And from unity alone, a wedding gown fits best and nature will serve as the groom for this beautiful and colorful bride. Her name is Kassandra Claire D. Sebastian, an academic excellence awardee, representing the Grade 11, ICT-2.

A Victorian inspired gown worn by HUMSS 11-2, Ms. Joy-Ann Mongaya was made up of suck dominated by used plastic bags. Her top was also covered by black and white butterfly paper origami’s with its woven white plastic straw sleeves. Moreover, her elegance dominates by her head dress with a look created from cotton and attached art of paper folding. The concept of sophisticated ball gown has the finish look with a bouquet of black paper flowers sprinkled with golden glitters to emphasize the modern-classic theme of the environmental outfit.

A goddess inspired gown wore by Nichole Caparas of GasStem 11-1 made a decent debut on the competition. Its top was a recycled leotard attached with spoons, paper flowers and branches and a head dress made of barbeque sticks and paper flowers.

This ravishingly recycled gown wore by Ganella Erica Lappay of HUMSS 11-1 landed her a total aesthetic look during the competition. Forming the base of her ball gown are sacks layered one by one which are covered with old plastic bags following a diagonal pattern with the colors red, yello, blue, and green shaped in flowers. For the upper attire, straws of different colors designed as flowers and old CD’s were attached to an old clothe as the base to come up with a meaningful one.

This goddess inspired gown wore by Erika Vertudazo of ABM 11-2 made her on top of the competition. Forming the base of her gown and wings are wires which are covered with old newspaper and magazine painted in sky blue. For the embellishments, flowers made of newspapers and magazines as well as “tanzans” painted in royal were embedded on her gown in a well detailed pattern. And to finish the look, a mosquito net was attached at the back of her gown with some paper made flowers attached.

This goddess inspired gown wore by Erika Vertudazo of ABM 11-2 made her on top of the competition. Forming the base of her gown and wings are wires which are covered with old newspaper and magazine painted in skyblue. For the embellishments, flowers made of newspapers and magazines as well as “tanzans” painted in royal were embedded on her gown in a well detailed pattern. And to finish the look, a mosquito net was attached at the back of her gown with some paper made flowers attached.

I describe my costume as a strawberry because i love strawberry and i feel like a queen, even if i did not won in this pageant. I made this using old sacks of rice, Paper plate , wire, and paint and also i describe my costume is like a fairy tail because i have a wings in my back and it is made by old cardboard and i make it more attractive and beautiful. I made this costume because i want my co-student and other people that we can make a beautiful costume that made by Recycled materials.

John Joseph Sicuana of HE 11-2 wore a Mulawin inspired costume. His body attire is made up of used coat and shorts that was wrapped with some old newspapers. Complimenting his attire, are his wings. Its base is made of cartons and was covered with some newspapers. Wires are attached at the back to make it look stiff. Also, for some added effect, he wore a hair dress that was made of folded newspaper topped with feathers. And for the final touch, with him is an ax and scepter which is also made of newspaper and cartons.

Tristan Fernandez of STEM 12-1, just looked perfectly gorgeous with his mythical Greek hero inspired costume. His armor and wings are made of cartons that was painted in silver to achieve a finished effect. “tansans” were also attached on some parts of the armor and a CD at the center of his chest. He is also wearing a headpiece that is made of carton and is adorned of cardboard and “tanzans”.

I Describe my costume as a diamond, because as you can see my costume is very shiny. It is full of silver paper plate . I describe it as a diamond because the paper plate is cut in triangle shape. I know that it is very nasty and also not to much attractive to the eye of others. But for me my costumes is very especial even though it is ugly to the others. Because we made this as a team, my teacher, classmates and also my parents help me to make this stunning costume. The materials that we used are paper plates, my own long sleeve and black pants.

The costume wore by Jerson S. Manansala of HUMSS 11-1 is made up of cardboard embedded in a carton with a decent outcome,to make it simple but elegant they put foil to show the twinkling personality he wanted to show specifically in an artistic way.The wings are made up of large illustration board covered with foil,he also put red straws,paper plates and glitters.His sword is made up of carton covered with silver glitters,and lastly the crown is made up of illustration board with rolled magazine placed vertically in different proportion.

This earth creature inspired costume wore by Mathew Tyron Constantino was made of cloth sack that was painted in orange and green and was decorated with paper plates and cord. The headdress is made of downy sachet that is supported by a foam at the back. Lastly, the scepter he is holding is made of plastic bottles and was covered with green cloth and for an added effect, roots made of newspaper painted with brown color were use to surround it.

The “God of Creation” that was presented by Joshua Doon from GASTEM 11 wore a coat covered with golden CD’s and plastic spoons, and some flowers, a headdress with flower origami, and slacks.

The majority  of his costume was made up of magazines, We added silver to make it more elegant and unique. On upper side of his clothes, we use sacks to make a “Vest”, To make it more attractive we put pieces of  CD’s on the lower part of his long Tee Vest and lastly, we use silver foil as a lower skirt to cover his cycling.

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