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By Zealand Fashion Museum, New; De Pont, Doris
New Zealanders choose to represent ourselves to the world wearing black and not just the All Blacks, Tall Blacks and Silver Ferns. Many of our fashion designers choose black as the cornerstone of their collections, and a great deal of our cultural icons (think Fred Dagg) are also ...
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Text by De Pont, Doris; Dix, Kelly
When Beatlemania swept through New Zealand in June 1964 in an epidemic of hysteria, it shocked the parental generation and put them on notice that the future would be coloured by the young. Fifty years later, the NZ Fashion Museum explores that history and provides valuable insig ...
By De Pont, Doris
The Age of Aquarius exhibition celebrates New Zealand fashion in this revolutionary era. This exhibition reader documents the local fashion industry during this era. The exhibition is placed into context with original photographs and stories of the people who made and wore these ...
By De Pont, Doris; Malthus, Jane
Jane Malthus writes in A Darker Eden: "Some cities are just considered darker than others. Dunedin has that reputation, deserved or not." Like all cities, the history, culture and climate has influenced those working and studying in Dunedin. This book was written to accompany the ...
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