Most Wearable Designer: Mary-Addison Davis Sponsoring company: Wade Davis at State Farm Model: Charley Trout Description of outfit: The 14-year-old Davis used ribbon, crepe paper, wire and seashells in her design.
Most Intricate Design Designer: Christopher Rogers Sponsoring company: Christophe’ and Co. of Blue Cross Blue Shield of SC Model: Marcie Bass Description of outfit: The materials used to create this fashion include paper baking cups, party decorations, tissue paper, paper doilies, aluminum foil, duct tape, wire and plastic spoons.
Best in Show Designer: Eliza Tamsen and Bonnie Hilliard for Hilliard Law Firm Sponsoring company: Hilliard Law Firm Model: Megan Ward Description of outfit: The name of this design is “Stella Maris.” The designer’s 9-year-old daughter’s name is Stella Maris, Star of the Sea in Latin, and she was the inspiration for this dress. The designers used lots of starfish and incorporated the idea of a beach wedding. Materials used to create the fashion design include tape, glue, paper towels, shells, starfish, wire, ribbon, raffia, packing paper, doilies, bubble wrap, paint and toilet paper.
Most Humorous Designers: Carol Deese, Kathy Falvey, Keisha Johnson and Alexander Taylor representing Blue Cross Blue Shield Sponsoring Company: BCBSSC Deese and Co. Model: Michael Nichols Description of outfit: The name of this design is “Colors of Sunrise.” The materials used include cupcake liners, coffee filters, swimming pool ring, duct tape, hot glue, playing cards and paper.
Most Creative Award Designers: Southern Belles of Miller-Motte Technical College Sponsoring company: Miller-Motte Technical College Model: Christina Capo Description of outfit: The name of this fashion is “Dia de los muertos wedding dress.” Materials used include paper; Styrofoam cups, plates and bowls; plastic forks and spoons; lace; pop tabs; metal wire; tissue paper; doilies; plastic wrap; twine and hot glue.
Haute Couture Designer: Kathryn Cox and assistants Jillian and Marie Sponsoring company: Myrtle Beach Yacht Sales Model: Jill Horstemeyer Description of outfit: The name of the outfit is “Chart Couture.” Materials used to create this look include nautical charts, duct tape, copier paper wrappers, a plastic tablecloth, the ribbon from a Tiffany's box and four bottles of champagne.
Most Creative Description Designers: Ashleigh Justice of Surf Signs and Designs and Darcy Jones, first grade teacher at Seaside Elementary Sponsoring company: Seaside Elementary Models: Seaside Principal Krissy Dowling and Seaside Vice Principal Samantha Wood Description of outfit: The materials used to make these designs include more than 350 Playdoh containers, tissue paper, string, trash bags, cupcake liners, straws, drink stirrers, duct tape, rubber cement, safety pins and more hot glue than they care to remember.
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