Views of Lichfield NZ joint managing director, L.H. Govan.
View of men's fashion designer, Hardy Amies at Christchurch airport.
Views of a model displaying clothing designed by Hardy Amies.
Model, Louise Deans, in a long coat during the Beath's autumn and winter fashion parade.
Model, Denise Messervy, wearing a Christian Dior design as part of the Fashion Forecast 1970 at MacLeod Fabrics Ltd.
Miss Canterbury 1970, Shona Lewis, modelling at a fashion parade at D.I.C in front of an Air New Zealand aeroplane mock-up.
Model, Louise Deans, in a gold gown during the Beath's autumn and winter fashion parade.
Sarah Chisnall (left), fashion designer, with Christchurch Polytechnic tutors Helen McLaughlan (centre) and Zora Price who teach a Basic Industrial Machining and Patterns course and a Careers in...
Manager for Avanti clothing store Chris Bradley (right) and marketing manager Carole Prichard promoting designs by Caroline Moore.
A model, Sonya, having her hair styled by hairdresser Stewart Davis.
Juliet Leete the force behind the Silx label posing in a shiny dress as part of a fashion feature.
Mr Don Mitchell, a sales representative for Skellerup Clothing and Rubber Ltd, modelling a parka which was the first item of clothing to win the NZ Industrial Design Council award. Stood next to...
Woman modelling tennis sportswear designed by Tinling and made from white lace fabric of Dacron polyester fibre.
A group of punk rockers sat on the steps in Cathedral Square outside ChristChurch Cathedral.
Staff modelling the new Westpac staff wardrobe with various pieces that can be mix and matched as their uniform.
Interior of the clothing shop Ménage a Trois at 175 Seaview Road, New Brighton. Owner, Shelley, is stood in the mirror trying on a hat.
A couple in vintage dress walking along Marine Parade towards New Brighton Pier and the Rockabilly Show and Shine Event.
A woman styling hair for the New Brighton Rockabilly Ball at a stall on Marine Parade, New Brighton.
A group of former employees of Miss Sparkes bridal shop celebrating a reunion. All the women had worked at Miss Sparks in Armagh Street during the years 1932 to 1946.
Pupils of Beckenham School in 1920s fashion as part of the school's 75th anniversary celebrations. Pictured are, from left, Aaron Whiteside, James Dean and Richard Mac Farlane.