Miss Shirley Tolchard, celebrating 45 years working in the clothing industry, sat at one of the sewing machines at Deanes clothing factory on Wairakei Road.
A display of period lace work and clothing in a cabinet.
Tracey Sheldrake sorting out clothing donated for Operation Good Samaritan at the Carlyle Street railway sheds ahead of being shipped to the Pacific Islands for victims of Cyclone Ofa.
Miss Tanya Scarfe (seated) of Air New Zealand and Miss Jean Ford of United Air Lines.
Left to right: G. Rickerby, R. Parmenter, J. Shultz, C. Craigie, J. Chapman, S. Booth, and M. Riley, members of the committee of the Christchurch Club of Printing House Craftsmen.
Carly Gallagher and her cat Samuel of Stanton Crescent, Hoon Hay, with a selection of clothing that the cat regularly brings home from other houses.
Dame Annabelle Rankin, Australian High Commissioner to New Zealand with a lamb skin coat.
Detective Constable V. J. C. Van Beek with a selection of items including fur coats, cameras and jewellery, that have been recovered following a home robbery.
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...
Juliet Leete the force behind the Silx label posing in a shiny dress as part of a fashion feature.
Miss Canterbury modelling two different "wet look" vinyl outfits at Riccarton Mall.
A woman modelling a trouser suit by Classic at Christchurch Airport.
Women modelling a skirt and blouse which is claimed to be easy to create within a day by a home dressmaker.
Mrs Isobell Steel, a Christchurch clothing designer, in a workroom with fabrics planning a design of a new gown.
Views of Lichfield NZ joint managing director, L.H. Govan.
Aunty Hilda, Uncle Eric and daughter Helen who lived on a farm at Kirwee were at Christchurch International Airport, possibly going on holiday. People were still dressing up when they went out.
Christmas day with my family at my parents' house. Dad again in polo shirt and shorts. Traditional roast lunch on the table, with a bottle of sparkling wine. Real pine tree in the corner. Net curtains...
Cashel Street at Oxford & Cambridge Terrace corner - Bridge of Remembrance in background.
In Cathedral Square (Port Hills in background). Phyllis Morse (my mum) Fred Priddy, Ailsa Morse (mum's sister and Fred's future wife) are all from Lyttelton. They would have got all dressed up in...
LeatherGear, New Brighton. [Frame 1] Ray Comfort at a sewing machine. [Frames 2 to 3] Sue Comfort with clothing rack.
Ray Comfort and wife, Sue, with suede clothing at their store, LeatherGear.
Ray Comfort with a sewing machine at LeatherGear.
[Frames 9 to 11] Glenys Treweek, Miss New Zealand, modelling pure wool worsted crepe dress designed by Rosalie Gwilliam. [Frames 6 to 8] Glenys Treweek, Miss New Zealand, with unidentified man.