Views of Lichfield NZ joint managing director, L.H. Govan.
Views of a model displaying clothing designed by Hardy Amies.
View of men's fashion designer, Hardy Amies at Christchurch airport.
A model, Sonya, having her hair styled by hairdresser Stewart Davis.
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.
Juliet Leete the force behind the Silx label posing in a shiny dress as part of a fashion feature.
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...
A group of punk rockers sat on the steps in Cathedral Square outside ChristChurch Cathedral.
Model, Louise Deans, in a long coat during the Beath's autumn and winter fashion parade.
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, Denise Messervy, wearing a Christian Dior design as part of the Fashion Forecast 1970 at MacLeod Fabrics Ltd.
Model, Louise Deans, in a gold gown during the Beath's autumn and winter fashion parade.
Manager for Avanti clothing store Chris Bradley (right) and marketing manager Carole Prichard promoting designs by Caroline Moore.
"My grandmother Margaret Cooper shopping in the central city, beside the Cathedral. The United Services Hotel on the right." - Contributor's note
Grannie (Ella) Button, mother (Violet Alicia Tait) and myself (Margaret Alicia Tait). Mid 1930s. Street photo in Christchurch.
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.
Five of the six finalists in this year’s Miss Christchurch Teachers’ College contest. Rear (from left): Marie Tracey, Colleen Pogmore and Sharon Johnston. In front: Heather Brown (left) and Inese...