CW Project Greenway 2020


Julia Marine and Brooke Powell

Lights, camera, fashion! The NDP community gathered in the auditorium Thursday, February 13, to celebrate students’ passion for art and design through the annual Project Greenway assembly. NDP students spent months creating pieces of clothing completely constructed out of recyclable materials in order to both promote creativity and environmental consciousness. On the day of the runway, models and their designers were proud to share their designs with the rest of the school. 

For many students, the Project Greenway assembly is one they look forward to all year long and it’s easy to see why. Models, wearing their designers’ unique and exciting clothing, walked the runway with confidence and poise. This year’s show brought some of the most creative materials yet!  We saw skirts made from Starbucks recyclables, tiara made with butterflies and utensilsa dress made from lollipop wrappers, and even a dress made out of socks! Needless to say, the auditorium was filled with cheers and enthusiasm for the models.  

After the runway show, the models joined their designers on stage to explain their design process and materials. Our guest judges were Justin Bieber (Mr. Pomplon), Kourtney Kardashian (Ms. Hellem), Raven Symone (Ms. Andrews), and former Project Greenway competitor, Julianna Perrella ’16!  

Overall, this year’s show was a huge success, and best of all, Claire Wagonhurt’s legacy was honored and celebrated! Thank you to everyone who made this such an amazing event! 


Here are our 2020 winners! 

Best Individual Design: Tiana Wheatley (below)















Best Group Design: Charlotte Lynch, Laney Plimpton, Zoe Roros (below), and Brooke Powell















Most Wearable Design: Kaitlyn Latchaw (below), Renae Stamas, and Caroline Sucoloski














Most Green Design: Catherine Kinkopf (below, right), Cece Cavolo (below, left), and Tavi Steckel















Most Creative Use of Materials: Madelyn Vanwestervelt (below) and Jules Barton