Posts tagged with WOW

Wearable of the Week # 11 Celebrating the zipper

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This week’s wearable is for all those city slickers who have made their way to work today through the mist and the rain with their umbrellas intact! Fashion tutor Deborah Shepherd won the World of WearableArt™ Sustainability Award with this unique take on the sharp city suit, which features hundreds of discarded zippers painstakingly stitched… Read more »

Wearable of the Week # 5

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Wellington has moved into full WOW® mode this week, and Te Papa is in the midst of the whirlwind. Yesterday morning we welcomed 50 international WOW® designers onto Te Papa’s marae, and hosted 250 designers, would-be entrants, fans and creatives at a Design Forum in the afternoon. Lynn Christiansen, the creator of this week’s spikey ‘wearable’, was the afternoon’s… Read more »

WearableArt™ Windows: Maia – Wellington High School

Maia's design sketches. © Maia Holder-Monk

Our WearableArt™ themed windows series continues with Maia from Wellington High School and another take on the Longhorn Beetle image from yesterday. My name is Maia Holder-Monk and I am in Year 13 student studying Fashion Technology at Wellington High School. The photo of the Longhorn Beetle jumped out at me with its vivid colours… Read more »

WearableArt™ Windows: Rosie – Queen Margaret College

The Bumblebee that Rosie used for inspiration. Photographer: Te Papa, © Te Papa

Our WearableArt™ themed windows series continues today with Rosie from Queen Margaret College and her take on a black bumblebee. My name is Rosie Reid and I am a year 13 student, studying materials technology at Queen Margret College. I enjoy the innovation and creativity associated with this subject, so being given the opportunity to… Read more »

WearableArt™ Windows: Jess – Queen Margaret College

The Longhorn Beetle used for Maia's inspiration. Photographer: Te Papa, © Te Papa

Our series on our WearableArt™ themed windows at our Te Papa Stores continues with Jess from Queen Margaret College. My name is Jessica Bunnell and I’m a year 13 Queen Margaret student studying fashion technology. For my 2013 NCEA Materials Technology project, I was very privileged to be given the opportunity to make a WOW… Read more »

Check out our WearableArt™ themed windows

Rosie working on installing her garment in the window at Te Papa. © Te Papa

If you’re in Wellington for the World of WearableArts™ this week, keep an eye out for our themed windows at the Te Papa Store at the museum itself and at the Te Papa Store on Brandon St. Our windows are currently home to some amazing creations inspired by Te Papa’s images and created by students… Read more »