Florida artist and fashion designer Robin Hottinger confidently modeled the end result of her own creative process, titled "Black Raven."
Modeled by Ashley Cruces, Sharon Huang's jaw-dropping creation, named "Free to Fly", won the "Top Design" award. It was crafted using various items, including 150 plastic bags, 100 magazine pages and an old wire wreath stand.
Lori Warren's colorful dress, named "Petrichor," won the "Most Inventive" award category. Modeled by Lindsay Merwin, the dress was made using broken umbrellas, plastic tablecloth, chandelier crystals and Christmas lights.
"The Perfect Package" by designer Jesus Rodriguez won the "Most Green-Carpet Ready" award category. The gown, modeled by Katie Haqq, uses 20 pounds of paper, 100 netted bags and 10 yards of fabric collected from donation centers.
Modeled by Emily Froehlich, the outfit "Under the Seam" was crafted by 19-year-old Riley Phillips using cardboard boxes, fashion magazines, fishing wire and trash left over from last year's Trash 2 Trends Fashion Show.
Designer Teresa Rench, (left), poses with Amanda Drury, who modeled her dress "Paper Cut."
"Bloom" was pieced together by designer Kira Ambrovs using pool floats, pool noodles, couch stuffing and straws.
Designed by Susan Maserak Wilson, "Falling Leaves" was modeled by Shina Namazi and created from various items, including plastic bags, plastic tablecloths, potato chips bags and candy wrappers.
Appropriately named "All Fabulous People Wear Capes," Coley Grant's unique design was modeled by Nina Spohn and made from plastic bags, packing foam and electrical wire.
Self-taught designer Gail Warner, (left), created an outfit titled "Bottled Up" modeled by Laura Greer. The outfit required 260 water bottles to create.
Ben Van Beusekom's "Evolutionary Irma" dress – modeled by Michelle Archival – was inspired by all the debris left from Hurricane Irma. Beusekom used vinyl window screens, Spanish and peat moss, leaves, branches and newspapers.
Meghan Cuthbertson's design, titled "Space to Create," was modeled by Ellice Altman. It incorporates plastic bags, envelopes, paint tubes and cardboard boxes.
The winner of the "Audience Choice" Award category was the dress designed by Bonnie Anderson, titled "Heavendropt Steam Punk." The dress was modeled by Jenn Doherty.
Meaghan Moreno's design, titled “Unidos Contigos” paid tribute to Puerto Ricans affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. As displayed by the model, Ivanna Fiorella, the top layer may be removed to reveal a tight-fitting dress.
Amanda Torre modeled her own design, "Kalon," which is the Greek word meaning "beauty is more than skin-deep." The dress was created from aluminum cans, fishing wire, newspapers and magazines.
Jill Jacobs Moore crafted an outfit and headpiece titled "Snow Hawk," which was modeled by Jordan Human and created using 1,500 K-Cups, Lysol-wipe containers and foam.
Rodny Ochoa created a white gown design titled "Through The Window," which was modeled by Nicole Lynn Favia and created from window screens, glass, mirrors, wire and used fabric.
This creation, titled "Wrapped in Time," was crafted by designer Jam Quinones and modeled by Kelsey Mojica. It was made using 15 vinyl records, six wheat sacks, burlap scraps, a broken guitar and VHS tapes.
Aptly named "The Last Straw," Alison Pearce's dress design was pieced together using 2,000 straws. It was modeled by Nichole Selph.
The winner of the "Most Wearable" award category was Kyana Wilborn's design: "For the love of plastic." The outfit used 150 plastic bags, five paper bags and four zippers.
"Goldibox" was the creation of Kathy Botticello, which was modeled by Juliene Botticello.
The Universal Studios Runway Sponsorship Design was titled "Bride of Frankenstein." It was created by Erin McCollum and modeled by Nik Gromoll.
"The Industrial" was designed by Kendra Pyatt, who used black tarps, shrink wrap, bungee cords and 120 soda can pull tabs. The gown was modeled by Tee McNeil.
"Garden of Eden" was created by Abbey Parodi using garden mesh, electrical wire and broken mirror pieces. The design was modeled by Lindsey Parodi.
Three judges – Maxine Earhart (left), Barbara Hartley (middle), and Orlando Commissioner Patty Sheehan (right) – were excited to see all of the 32 designers’ handiwork.
"You Can't See Me" was an elaborate piece designed by Valencia College professor Constance Lee. It was modeled by Arik Latemere and made using several Amazon Prime boxes, wrapping paper, construction tarp and paper grocery bags.
Designer Maria de los Angeles Romero was the creative mind behind a beautiful dress titled "Save the Oceans." Modeled by Jenny Paul, the dress used 250 plastic bags, cardboard boxes, cat food bags and plastic mesh.
A black dress titled "Dark Beauty" and modeled by Marisa Westberry was the work of designer Deborah Kembro Reaney (right).
Designer Ciara Rodriguez (left) is the mastermind behind many fantastical designs, including this dress modeled by Jasmine Peart, which was made from 100 plastic bags and 20 newspapers.
The SeaWorld Orlando–sponsored design was crafted by a group of elementary students from the Millenia Gardens Elementary School Eco Club. It was modeled by Jessica Brimmer – a kindergarten teacher at the school.
This design by James Costello was made using bicycle parts and modeled by Divine Grace. The name of the design is "Ride or Die Chic."
Miss Sammy Singhaus – one of the fashion show's hosts – attended the evening's festivities in a lovely dress of her own.
Universal Studios employees also came to enjoy the shows. Pictured is Raven Sanders (left), and Kat Storey.
Orlando residents Kory and Beth Thibodaux enjoy the wine and like-minded company before the evening's fashion show.
Winter Park residents Daryl Wells and Mark Bauman delighted in the food available during the event's cocktail hour.
From left: Friends Alyssa gould, Leslie Lopez, Lily Johnson and Jessica Hermosa were eager to see the many creative designs by the fashion artists.
Ronald Calabrec was one of the many banquet chefs who cooked the culinary pleasures available for consumption during the event's cocktail hour.
This angelic dress by Meaghan Moreno was on display at the event. Titled "Love Conquers Hate," the design is a tribute to the victims of the Pulse shooting.