HARAKEKE HAIKU, Deb Price, New Zealand. 1994 World of WearableArt Awards Show

HARAKEKE HAIKU, Deb Price, New Zealand. 1994 World of WearableArt Awards Show

INTO THE BLUE:MAORI LIVING IN A THERMOPLASTIC WORLD, Marie Gant Roxburgh, Christchurch. Off the Wall:WearableArt Up Close touring exhibition

INTO THE BLUE:MAORI LIVING IN A THERMOPLASTIC WORLD, Marie Gant Roxburgh, Christchurch. Off the Wall:WearableArt Up Close touring exhibition

He Kaakano Ahau - Kiri and Jason Nathan combine with David K Shields to shoot something very special

He Kaakano Ahau - Kiri and Jason Nathan combine with David K Shields to shoot something very special

Wearable Art: 'Turangawaewae' (pottery and harakeke/flax) by Anna von Hartitzch.

Wearable Art: 'Turangawaewae' (pottery and harakeke/flax) by Anna von Hartitzch.

Ranamok prize for contemporary glass work: "Te Puhuia-Hinengaro" by 2012 finalist Te Rongo Kirkwood

Ranamok prize for contemporary glass work: "Te Puhuia-Hinengaro" by 2012 finalist Te Rongo Kirkwood

Matariki Wearable Arts | The Big Idea | Te Aria Nui

Matariki Wearable Arts | The Big Idea | Te Aria Nui

Amazing Kakahu made from coloured flax and the result is this amazing dress... Ka mau te ataahuatanga o tenei taonga harakeke... wow

Amazing Kakahu made from coloured flax and the result is this amazing dress... Ka mau te ataahuatanga o tenei taonga harakeke... wow

A gorgeous piece by Kiri Peen- Dark red dyed flax woven and formed into a very wearable cloak detailed with paua highlights. A one-off- perfect for a wedding, graduation or wall peice

A gorgeous piece by Kiri Peen- Dark red dyed flax woven and formed into a very wearable cloak detailed with paua highlights. A one-off- perfect for a wedding, graduation or wall peice

Wearable<br> First: Circus of the Sun<br> Brenda Capper-Starr

Wearable<br> First: Circus of the Sun<br> Brenda Capper-Starr

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