SOLD OUT | Design with the WOW Factor | Christopher Davis: A Creative Inspiration


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World of WearableArt (WOW) sustainability award winner, Christopher Davis shares insight to his creative process, queer influences and the experience of designing garments for WOW. Join us for this one-hour talk and showcase of some of Christopher’s garments that have graced the WOW stage. 
Christopher is a landscape designer and garment designer based in South Auckland. At 18 he accompanied his mum to Wellington and witnessed his first WOW. He was hooked. By 20 he had won his first sustainability award with ‘Itchy Stitch’, a bodice made completely out of knitting needles salvaged from op shops meeting the criteria of 85% post-consumer repurposed materials. Christopher’s innovative designs have had regular acceptance into the competition, featured on an Air New Zealand advertisement, appeared in Italian Vogue and been displayed at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

A must for fashion-show lovers, out-of-the-box thinkers and budding designers. Join us for an inspiring talk on how creativity became a medium of self-expression and helped Christopher embrace being both gay and dyslexic.

This event is NZSL Interpreted by Platform Interpreting NZ, and we warmly welcome members of our Deaf Rainbow community.

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Entry is free, however visitor capacity is limited. Please register for tickets on the link below.

At Red and Orange settings of the Covid-19 Protection Framework, we can welcome a maximum of 60 people with 1-metre distancing.

At the Green setting of the Covid-19 Protection Framework, we can welcome a maximum of 150 people. 

To keep you safe, wearing a face mask, scanning in using the NZ COVID tracer app, and showing us your My Vaccine Pass is required. We look forward to hosting you and sharing this wonderful event! 

Image credit:

Magnetica - Christopher Davis - Photo credit Belinda Bullock 
Return from the dead - Christopher Davis - Photo credit courtesy of World of Wearable Art



Free, booking essential.