Designers are always been trying to get hold of the new and innovative things to attract consumer with their ideas. To get hold of the consumer mind and getting hold of the idea, designers keep reinventing the dresses according to the ever changing and dynamic world of the fashion.
In the same, to show case the talent, New York designers wiped the competition in the 13th annual national Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest, with three locals making the top 10 out of 1,517 entrants.
Van Tran, 26, of Brooklyn; Lindsay Hinz, 27, of Queens; and Augusto Manzanares, 33, of Manhattan spared thousands of squares of Quilted Northern toilet paper to create gowns more fit for a catherdral than the crapper.
“We look for creations that look like real wedding gowns that rival couture designs,” said contest co-founder Laura Gawne, who runs the wedding planning company Cheap-Chic-Weddings with her sister Susan Bain. “But, of course, they’re made out of toilet paper.”
There is only one simple rule for the contestant; The gown must be made only of toilet paper, with tape, glue and thread allowed if needed.
Tran, who works as a freelance designer, snagged the TP title last year and hopes to repeat.
“I’ve made a whole clothing collection out of used paper clothes, so this competition is a natural fit for me,” she told The Post of her form-fitting pantsuit and intricate lace train.