Ar­row­town Art2Wear hits tar­get

Central Otago Mirror - - NEWS -

A hunt­ing-in­spired out­fit won crowds over at the sold-out Art2Wear show in Ar­row­town.

The Wal­lace & Gibbs Art2Wear fash­ion show, held as part of the Ar­row­town Au­tumn Fes­ti­val, at­tracted 22 en­tries from de­sign­ers, who could com­pete in the fol­low­ing cat­e­gories: Hats off to Ar­row­town, Cel­e­bra­tion, Four Sea­sons and New Zealand Cul­ture.

Art2Wear chair­woman Sue An­der­son said Jennifer Ca­vanagh’s en­try The Hunter Games won the People’s Choice Award on Fri­day and Satur­day nights, and won the New Zealand Cul­ture cat­e­gory.

‘‘It was a very suc­cess­ful evening on both nights. We were grate­ful to have Frankie Stevens as com­pere. He did a pro­fes­sional job and lifted the whole show to an­other level.’’

En­ter­tain­ment by 12-year-old Harry Hughes, of Wanaka, also went down well with the crowd. Judges com­mented on the high stan­dard and qual­ity of en­tries this year.

Cat­e­gory win­ners: Au­tumn Gold by Denise McGirr (Hats off to Ar­row­town), Non Paen­i­tenda (No Re­gret) by Katie Scott (Cel­e­bra­tion) and Stun­ning Cen­tral by Julie Mor­ton (Four Sea­sons).


Au­tum­nal: Stun­ningCen­tral by Julie Mor­ton in­cluded an old sheet, used tea bags, felt, drift wood and a bird’s nest.

Deer hunter: TheHun­terGames by Jennifer Ca­vanagh, whose en­try won the New Zealand Cul­ture cat­e­gory, as well as the People’s Choice Award, in the Wal­lace & Gibbs Art2Wear event at the Ar­row­town Au­tumn Fes­ti­val.

Sil­ver fern: Ngaire Bar­rett in­cluded car sun­screen cov­ers and paua in herFern Maiden New Zealand de­sign.

Mat­ri­mo­nial: Katie Scott’s white cre­ationNon Paen­i­tenda was made from 500

copies of her par­ent’s mar­riage

cer­tifi­cate. It trans­formed into a

lit­tle black dress made from copies of their di­vorce


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