Wolves roam display

Last updated 09:44 20/11/2012
Warwick Smith/Fairfax NZ

For the first time, Evento Wearable Arts Awards costumes can be viewed up close during an exhibition at Feilding's Coach House Museum.

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Warwick Smith/Fairfax NZ
CREATIVE CREATURES: Roaming in a sinister way at a special pre-opening of the display on Sunday were Ruby Wilson and Anais Gardner dressed as The Wolves, a creation by Philip Rubery.

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For the first time, Evento Wearable Arts Awards costumes can be viewed up close during an exhibition at Feilding's Coach House Museum.

Roaming in a sinister way at a special pre-opening of the display on Sunday were Ruby Wilson and Anais Gardner dressed as The Wolves, a creation by Philip Rubery.

Evento is an annual wearable arts show at Manfeild organised by Feilding High School.

It features the creations of high school students from throughout Manawatu in a choreographed runway show.

The exhibition opened to the public yesterday and runs until February.

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- Manawatu Standard

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