Bizarre Bras for breast cancer research

Miss Muffett, Bikramjit Bhowmick, India.
Miss Muffett, Bikramjit Bhowmick, India.
Epicentre divas, Claire Third, Christchurch.
Epicentre divas, Claire Third, Christchurch.
The Abbey of St Brassiere, Lynn Christensen, United States.
The Abbey of St Brassiere, Lynn Christensen, United States.
A Pair of Spitfires, Tanya Marriott, Wellington, New Zealand.
A Pair of Spitfires, Tanya Marriott, Wellington, New Zealand.
Lunar Duo, Denise Laurie, Invercargill, New Zealand.
Lunar Duo, Denise Laurie, Invercargill, New Zealand.
aBracalypse Now, Wendy Moyer, Mexico.
aBracalypse Now, Wendy Moyer, Mexico.
Honeysuckle On These, Leigh Johnson, Napier.
Honeysuckle On These, Leigh Johnson, Napier.

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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