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This authoritative book documents New Zealand's contemporary fashion design scene, showcasing the work of top designers and capturing the developments that have brought New Zealand to the attention of the international fashion world.
In this book, journalist Stacy Gregg interviews fifteen major players in the local fashion industry and discovers the creative influences and verve behind these multi-million dollar businesses.
Ten leading New Zealand designers each shares a pattern from one of their stunning collections. With colour photographs and how-to tutorials, this title gives you the tools needed to create your own designer garment at home.
Accompanying the 2015 exhibition, this tome includes essays by Doris Du Pont and Jane Malthus on fashion and profiles of respected Dunedin fashion names, to celebrate Dunedin's fashion creativity and distinct style.
A light-hearted look at fashion in New Zealand through the decades, combining commentary by Jenny Lynch with photographs from the New Zealand Woman's Weekly archives. The book looks at the way fashion has developed in this country.
'Fashion' documents Australia and New Zealand's current key players, showcasing the work of 70 leading designers of women's and men's fashion. A who's who of those in the industry, this title celebrates Australia and New Zealand's design talent.
Black is a gorgeously illustrated celebration and exploration of New Zealand's obsession with clothing themselves in black. Doris de Pont has brought together 10 essays on the importance of black in the New Zealand psyche in this title.
Offering a fresh look at the role of clothes in New Zealand history, this reference examines what New Zealanders wear and what they have worn over the past three centuries, proving that clothing reveals as much as it conceals.
Inserting 70 years of history into the family tree of New Zealand fashion design this book celebrates designers from the recent past and current generation. Simultaneously this read explores the key social shifts that permitted a change in fashion.
One of the most amazing cultural success stories over the past 25 years in New Zealand has been the huge growth of the World of WearableArt. This revised edition features the best garments along with photographs taken onstage during the show.
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