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The World of Wearable Art (2nd edition)

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One of the most interesting cultural phenomena in New Zealand over the past 20 years has been the spectacular success of the World of WearableArt. This an annual competition and award show that explores the intersection between fashion and art, through a genre popularly known as wearable art. This unique event, which draws an audience in Wellington of around 35, 000 people ...more
Paperback, 2009 edition, 120 pages
Published September 2009 by Craig Potton Publishing

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Craig Sisterson
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In short, The World of WearableArt is the perfect ‘coffee table’ book; ideal for flicking through again and again, admiring the ideas, intricacy, and brilliance that went into many of the garments on show. The more you look, the more you see, and the more you’re impressed. Car parts, wood shavings, potato chip packets, seaweed, slices of toast, old telephone parts, paper clips, corrugated iron, gloves, feathers – a mind-boggling array of unusual materials have sparked entries from fashion design ...more
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