Bizarre Bras for breast cancer research

SARAH MACKENZIE
Last updated 05:00 16/07/2013

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One of the most successful kiwi cultural events, The World of WearableArt awards show, is celebrating its most titillating category in support of a great cause.

Known for its outrageous and jaw-dropping entries, the Bizarre Bra section features handmade bras constructed from a huge range of materials.

And now fans of the designs can get their hands on a book that displays the most creative and compelling examples of Bizarre Bras over recent years.

From old telephone wires, to human hair and everything in between, the book is jam-packed with creative images.

A donation from the funds raised through the sale of Bizarre Bras will go to the Breast Cancer Research Trust.

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