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Awesome! World of Wearable Art, Wellington, New Zealand - section winner 2008,   Ornitho Maia, Nadine Jaggi, Wellington

Off the Wall:WearableArt Up Close touring exhibition. Ornitho-Maia, Nadine Jaggi, New Zealand

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The “difficult to describe, and impossible to forget” World of WearableArt™ Show

Off the Wall;WearableArt Up Close touring exhibition. Persephone's Descent, Stuart Johnston, New Zealand

Persephones Descent – Stuart Johnson (World of WearableArt and Classic Cars Museum; Nelson, New Zealand)

wearable art new zealand | ... inspired me from WoW (World of Wearable-arts) here in New Zealand

) The bundles of material (what would normally seem unflattering) drape down the figures back like its referencing old dresses from history with the corsets. But this is more like an exoskeleton of those dresses.

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2005 Air New Zealand South Pacific Section Commended 'In-Tui-Tion' Tracey Smith, Auckland

2004 – EOS, Claire Prebble, Golden Bay At the tender age of 18, Claire Prebble became the youngest ever winner of the Supreme Award in 2004, a record which still stands today. Weta Workshop admired her talents and took Claire on board, allowing her to work on major movie productions such as Avatar and Prince Caspian. Isn’t it great to see young Kiwis making their mark on the World? #Celebrating25Years

Off the Wall - WearableArt Up Close touring exhibition. EOS, Claire Prebble, New Zealand

MANA UHA, Olivia Hall, New Zealand. Air New Zealand South Pacific Section. 2010 Brancott Estate WOW® Awards Show

Mana Uha Olivia Hall, Nelson (World of WearableArt and Classic Cars Museum; Nelson, New Zealand)

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A high end fashion label that lives and breathes unique, innovative designs that reflect the cultural and natural beauty that is Aotearoa New Zealand

Icy Blue Silk & Feathers: Two Wintery Victorian Garments, 1870s-1880s

Evening Dress / Gown, Splendid Evening Dress Design, Fashion Designer R. White & Company Date: 1885 Culture: American Medium: silk, feathers

South Pacific Section

World of Wearable Arts 2012 - Marquise Rawahi, Beatrice Carlson, Auckland - Air New Zealand South Pacific Section winner