Views of models at the charity fashion show at Shoreline County Club.
Views of Maree Thomson and an unidentified model modelling at New Brighton Beach for the charity fashion show at Shoreline County Club.
Views of the charity fashion show at Shoreline County Club.
Views of Michele Wood and Robyn Wood modelling at the charity fashion show at Shoreline County Club.
Views of Mrs Pope’s Store in Cashel Street.
Views of the interior of Mrs Pope’s Store in Cashel Street.
Patricia Fernandez modelling at Beaths annual spring-summer high fashion show.
An unidentified model in Beaths annual spring-summer high fashion show.
Angela Jeeves with an equestrian show jacket being sold as part of the Jeeves family business, Equestrian Accessories.
Della McManus sewing a racing silk for jockeys at her Addington workshop.
Carmen Abela quality checking a garment at Outbak Leatherware's manufacturing premises at 4 Riccarton Road.
Canterbury Sheepskin Accessories managing director, Doug Price wearing a sheepskin jacket outside their shop on Sissons Road in Papanui.
Quality checking the sheepskin jackets at Canterbury Sheepskin Accessories on Sissons Road in Papanui.
Fletcher Humphries[sic] staff.
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...
Views of Lichfield NZ joint managing director, L.H. Govan.
Bryson and Maysel Mirfin, Ikamatua, taking tea with Ruby Stokes, Omihi. Ruby and Maysel were friends from Training College and bridesmaids at each other's weddings. Photo taken by Stanley Stokes.
A display of period lace work and clothing in a cabinet.
Juliet Leete the force behind the Silx label posing in a shiny dress as part of a fashion feature.
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.
Manager for Avanti clothing store Chris Bradley (right) and marketing manager Carole Prichard promoting designs by Caroline Moore.
Margery Tait (9 years) presenting roll with names of girls of Sumner school to Kingsford Smith after 1st Tasman flight. 11 September 1928. Photo presumably later, though not much judging by the coats.
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.