Sponsor a frock

You can help the New Zealand Fashion Museum add to its online collection by sponsoring a frock.

The virtual Museum, which regularly curates and holds pop-up exhibitions throughout New Zealand, has been working hard on building an online historical fashion archive and resource.

For $40 you can sponsor the uploading of a new collection item to the Museum website (or give it as a gift). Your name (or gift recipient’s name) will be displayed on the Sponsor a Frock page.

This gorgeous green Carena dress (circa 1973) was sponsored by Kelly Dix. The dress was bought by Christine Bell to wear to a fruit growers dinner and ball. Carena was manufactured by Dandy Sales Division which was located at 27 St Kevin’s Arcade, Karangahape Rd, Auckland.

Green dress for web

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Denim update

Levi’s has collaborated with cyclists to design its new Commuter range of active-wear based on the requirements of busy urbanites, so you can ride to work on-trend, without ditching comfort for the sake of fashion.

The collection includes jeans based on the original 511 skinny – the most popular skinny fit for men. Enhanced with stretch reinforcement for optimum cycling performance, 3M reflectivity for safety, a higher rise back and water and dirt repellent – these jeans will become your next go-to for daily wear and adventure alike.


As well as being a wardrobe staple, denim has been popular on the runway this year. Stolen Girlfriends Club has recently released its own denim sub-category Stolen Denim. Its debut collection ‘Real Cool Time’ is a rock and roll themed range featuring contemporary black denim pieces as homage to musical muses such as T-Rex, Thin Lizzy and Baby Strange. Anyone who purchases a pair from Stolen Girlfriend’s Club’s new Nuffield Street store in Newmarket (which opens mid-May), will go into the draw to win a custom G-Spot Deluxe X guitar.


Andrea Moore has also launched ‘Virgin’, a denim range with an ecological awareness. The wearer is encouraged to distress their own jeans to due to rising environmental and health issues as a result of chemicals used to distress denim in factories.

Andrea Moore Earn Your Denim, photos WStudio model Tyller at Unique (2)

These styles are available in stores now.

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