WOW, what a show

AMY JACKMAN
Last updated 09:29 28/09/2012
WOW costumes
AMY JACKMAN
WOW: World of WearableArt show's wardrobe manager Ingrid Peek puts the finishing touches to the When Mere meet Mary costume in the window at the Museum Hotel in Wakefield St

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Wellington is getting dressed up for the for one of the biggest shows in town.

The World of WearbaleArts show starts tonight, at the TSB Arena, and to celebrate, shops around town are displaying previous WOW garments.

Fifteen previous World of WearableArt garments are on display at the Museum Hotel, Cable St; Wellington i-SITE, Civic Square; TSB Bank Arena, Queens Wharf; InterContinental Hotel, Grey St; Caffe L'affare, Church St; Shell NZ, Willis St; Air NZ Holiday store; Featherston St and Rydges Hotel, Featherston St.

The World of WearableArt Show, which opened this week, has sold out.

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