New Zealand fashion design /Publication details: Wellington, New Zealand : Te Papa Press, 2009.Description: xxxvii, 528 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cmISBN:
- Shand, Peter [author of the introduction.]
- Alexander, Hilary [author of the foreword.]
- TT505.A1 L37x 2010
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|Book Limited Loan||Whitecliffe Library NZ & Pacific||NZ & Pacific||NZ&P TT 505 LAS (Browse shelf(Opens below))||1||Available||0008743|
|Book||Whitecliffe Library NZ & Pacific||NZ & Pacific||NZ&P TT 505 LAS (Browse shelf(Opens below))||2||Available||Donated by Belinda Wiley, 2018.||0016118|
Includes bibliographical references (pages 515-517) and index.
Marilyn Sainty -- Zambesi -- Workshop/Workshop Denim/Helen Cherry -- Doris de Pont -- Trelise Cooper -- Karen Walker -- Liz Mitchell -- World -- Sabatini White -- Kate Sylvester -- Ng -- Nom*D -- Carlson -- Stitch Ministry -- Sakaguchi Original -- Crane Brothers/Little Brother -- Hailwood -- Cybele -- Beth Ellery -- Deborah Sweeney -- Lonely Hearts -- Juliette Hogan -- Jimmy D -- Camille Howie -- Alexandra Owens.
New Zealand fashion design celebrates New Zealand's top contemporary fashion designers, showcasing their work and encapsulating the developments in this fast-moving creative field over the past thirty years. New Zealand's designers are as diverse as their creations, and together they have brought New Zealand fashion to the attention of the international fashion world. 25 individual designers are profiled in the book, from veterans like Marilyn Sainty and Zambesi's Elizabeth Findlay to commercial success stories like Trelise Cooper. Based on one-on-one interviews with Te Papa's fashion curator, these profiles are also generously illustrated with literally hundreds of catwalk and editorial photographs and material from each designers' own archives and collections, plus a generous sample of the garments they have designed over the years.