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date:Dec 03,2013 source:意腾留学网 editorial staff:linan clicks:

   Bizarre, grotesque, beautiful, weird and wonderful: this year Strathallan’s Wearable Arts competition was once again an extravaganza of students’ imaginations gone wild. Themed ‘Weta Workshop’, students were invited to explore the weird and wide expanse of Peter Jackson’s cinematic creations and turn these into a spectacle of colour and costume. Strathallan’s Wearable Arts competition started eight years ago and has gone from strength to strength. Based on Wellington’s internationally-acclaimed ‘World Of Wearable Arts’, the show is achance to showcase our students’ creative talents.
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WOW has been described as ‘Mardi Gras meets haute couture, directed by Salvador Dali’, and this description certainly applied to Strathallan’s show,where fashion merged with art. Strathallan students consistently perform at an outstanding level in the Art and Design fields in their CIE examinations so the Wearable Arts show gives them a chance to experiment with a range of materials and forms and to show off their talents in a less competitive environment.Twenty-three design teams entered costumes this year, and all showed originality, creativity and wearability, making the judges’ decisions extremely difficult.
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But a winner had to be chosen and this year the supreme prize was awarded to ‘The Lady of Our Forest’[A], modelled by Sarah Holdway-Davis and designed by Sarah, Hannah Tilsley, Katrina Lum and Drew Douglas. Senior Runner-up was ‘The White Witch’ [C], modelled by Mimi Chuenpanichayakul and designed by Mimi, Lin Uttraporn and Cindy Tang, while Junior Runner-up ‘A Night at the Oscars’ [E] was designed by Aimee Bebbington and Summer O’Dwyer and modelled by Aimee. Other notable entries were: Best Model Senior - Neytiri (Brianna Butler-Gallie)[G]; Best Model Junior - A Fairy Fiction Tale (Tara McGiven)[F]; Best Craftsmanship - Princess of the Enchanted Woodland (designed by Savanna Stirling, Katrina Butler-Gallie, Delaney O’Hara and modelled by Emelia Forsyth)[D] and Best Dressed to Theme – Reel Sweta (modelled and designed by Kate Healy)[B]
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