Erin Salko, Pointe Reimagined, Parsons The New School for Design, USA

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Erin Salko hand makes her bags out of old pointe shoes that would typically be thrown away. She is in the process of getting them out there and selling them.

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24 Comments

  • Great job Erin! You got my vote!!

    :-)Teresa

  • My very talented niece! My vote is in! Aunt Carol xo

  • Katrina vogel says:

    Wow what a great idea. I love it!

    Katrina

  • Lee Schwartzberg says:

    What an ingenious idea!! The bag is beautiful.

  • Jesse Effros says:

    I used to take ballet classes. Have many memories of woman putting on point shoes and talking away. While I sit around in my slippers waiting for our class to begin. This is really cool, special and meaningful.

    Very nice work, you got my vote.

    Jesse

  • Different and full of memories.

  • Very nice! Great job!

  • Kecia Helms says:

    Beautiful job. Good luck . You are very talented.

  • Laura Cole says:

    So beautiful and clever.

  • Melissa Lopatofsky says:

    Amazing and Beautiful Erin! You have my vote!

  • Barbara Clauson says:

    Very lovely. You have my vote.

  • Great job combining fashion and up cycling Erin

  • Kelly Powers says:

    Love the beautiful, sustainable design.

  • Ann Wright says:

    The delicacy of the pale pink satin supported by the point shoe structure makes for a piece of art as well as strikingly creative and pretty fashion. If it can be upsized to a tote bag, you’ll have every ballerina as well as former ballerinas vying for one! You certainly are attending a school that promotes your creativity! Best of luck!

  • Beautiful inside and. Out- just like you! I want to buy one!
    Tara Mahoney Paske

  • I loved watching my daughter dance pointe, was one of my favorite times

  • YES ERIN GO MAMAAAAA

  • Awesome job Erin! Keep up the great work!

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