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...

(Also, crazy Courtney Love, a little more Tavi, some seriously wearable art, and a sick sale on some of the most awesome jewelry you've ever seen.) SALE ALERT: For the New York readers out there: Styleite fave (and Fashion Group International Award nominee) Nicole Romano is having a 50% off...

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...

Another fashion collection inspired by the body that fits in perfectly with our Spring Summer 2012 "Senses" trend, Una Burke is just a recent fashion graduate and has taken part in London Fashion Week as well as Graduate Fashion Week. Her pieces are more "wearable art" than straightforward...

May 26, 2011 World of Wearable Art Ltd. Above The promotional image for the Brancott Estate WOW Awards Show, featuring Dragon Fish by Susan Holmes of Auckland. The annual Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art Awards twists conventional perceptions of both art and fashion and presents an...

As H&M launch their collaboration with artist Jeff Koons and sprawl 'Fashion Loves Art' across their new flagship store, we take a look at how fashion and art are colliding to create wearable art. Whilst the use of graphics in fashion has become increasingly popular (thanks Mary...

Her Wearable Art blog features original handmade jewellery and fashion from all over the world. (Screen shot from Wearable Art blog) It was such a joy to do the interview and we loved how the interview turned out. X Alex & Sybil

; pieces of wearable art rather than garments. Personally, I really love leather and I relate to her works. In my opinion, she is an artisan based on her amazing craftsmanship. Truly someone to keep our eyes on. X Alex

Most of us might be in the mood for art, the Biennnale, Art Basel just in front of us, so much to be inspired from. Have you ever dreamt of carrying your favourite piece of art around with you? Here is your chance to explore wearable art.Meet : The Munich based label is an eco-and...

 

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