Be inspired by the Aotearoa Section in the 2020 World of WearableArt Awards. On this page you’ll find a set of resources we have put together to inspire and provide a jumping-off point for your 2020 entry.
WOW rewards the curious, the courageous and those who are passionate enough to stand in the face of self-doubt and embrace creativity no matter the cost.
– Dame Suzie Moncrieff, WOW Founder
Put your unique touch when creating a garment inspired by Aotearoa in the 2020 World of WearableArt Awards. Take the Section theme, and push it further! Explore the limits of your imagination, tell a story through your design and create something that challenges the conventional. Focus on originality, authenticity and artistry when developing your garment, and consider your construction and choice of materials.
Bring us the extraordinary.
Find out more about what the judges are looking for in a World of WearableArt garment here: What are the judges looking for?
– Heather Palmer, Competition Director
The Aotearoa Section is a long-standing theme in World of WearableArt Awards history. Be inspired by the entries below but remember the judges are looking for a garment that will surprise them and demonstrates design from a fresh perspective that they haven’t seen before.
Tatyanna Meharry & Natasha English
2013 South Pacific Section Winner
2014 South Pacific Section Third
2018 Aotearoa Section Second
2017 Aotearoa Section Winner
2014 South Pacific Section Winner
2015 Aotearoa Section Winner
Feeling inspired? What’s your next step?
- This world is yours to create, but visit Dame Suzie Moncrieff’s Aotearoa Pinterest Board to further inspiration…
- Download the 2020 Entry Guide (available from 28 September 2019)
- Start the online entry process and enter the 2020 World of WearableArt Awards (open from 28 September 2019)