Visitors to the Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art award show on Sunday night got an extra treat, as furniture and lighting designer David Trubridge showed off a crowdsourced artwork constructed from bamboo plywood to commemorate the concept of "memorable firsts". The theme ties in not only...

World of Wearable Art Awards Top Kate MacKenzie's winning Poly Nation, which took top honours at the 26th World of Wearable Art Awards; Show tonight in Wellington. Above Runner-up Gothic Habit, by San Francisco designer Lynne Christiansen. Hawkes Bay designer Kate MacKenzie is the winner...

Canadian Star with Top of My World on top - this isn't the best colour to showcase it over, Top of My World is basically clear with a lot of blue/purple sparkle to it - if you look close you can see the extra sparkle it adds. Coral Denominator - another super sparkly colour - this would...

TopHylonome by Mary Wing To (United Kingdom), the Supreme Winner at the Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art 2011 show. Above Runner-up, Hide in My Bone Shadow, by Marjolein van der Wal (Netherlands). Walking into the TSB Arena in Wellington, I had no idea what to expect for the Brancott...

—Sopheak Seng, Fashion and Beauty Editor Photographed by Guy Coombes Hair by Michael Beel Colour by Chinney Yeap Styled by Sopheak Seng Make-up by Hil Cook Models from Kirsty Bunny Management and street cast

From the 1990s through 2011, Beltracci and his wife were able to fool the world's premier art experts, selling millions of dollars (about $46 million, to be exact) worth of 'fake' art around the world. Interesting too is the fact that none of the paintings are exact forgeries of existing...

The Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2015 and South Island Pinot Noir 2014 will appear in bottles featuring two former World of Wearable Art entrants by New Zealand designers. The sauvignon blanc features Into the Blue: Māori Living in a Thermoplastic World, by Marie Gant Roxburgh, and the pinot...

New Zealand designer Gillian Saunders has scooped the Brancott Estate Supreme Award at tonight's World of Wearable Art (WOW) Awards' Show. Saunders, who had entered 15 garments before her winning entry, Supernova, has won eight awards prior to 2016, but this is the first time she has taken out...

Wakeman wins $30,000 in prizes with his design, entered into the Creative Excellence Section: Architecture category. Made from stainless steel, wood and fibreglass, interpreting the art-déco era, the judges admired Wakeman's workmanship while the founder of the World of Wearable Art Awards'...

Two sisters from Christchurch, New Zealand, Natasha English and Tatyanna Meharry, have become the first people to win the World of Wearable Art's (WOW) Supreme Award twice, as the results were announced tonight at the TSB Arena in Wellington. English and Meharry's War Story, or, to give it...

 

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