World of WearableArt costumes will be featured in international museums after a $900,000 grant by the Government.
Dominion Post and dompost.co.nz readers select their WOW garment of 2013.
The results are in! Here are the winners of the 18 categories of WOW 2013.
Here is a taste of this year's show for those who can't be there in the flesh.
Vote for your favourite garment and go into the draw to win a spectacular family getaway.
These are the finalists in WOW 2013's Open category.
These are the finalists in WOW 2013's Creative Excellence category.
These are the finalists in WOW 2013's South Pacific category.
These are the finalists in WOW 2013's Man Unleashed category.
These are the finalists in the WOW 2013 Weta category.
These are the finalists in WOW 2013's Avant Garde section.
These are the finalists in WOW 2013's Children category.
A "politically interesting" garment by two Christchurch sisters has won the supreme WOW award.
Every material under the sun
Inspirations from all over the world were on show during the first WOW show.
Coloured magazine pages folded into concertinas have been used to create more than 1000 paper springs for a window display designed to wow.
Sean Purucker apologises for the emotion-induced ‘wobble’ in his voice.
A dedicated group of WelTec students add extra glamour to WOW’s actors and models.
Top-nosh and tipples - the local low-down.
Are you looking for a glimpse at some WoW outfits while walking the streets of Wellington? We have them all mapped out right here. Use the zoom tool to get a close-up view of the map.
There are some special stories woven into the wearable art garments on show at Te Papa.