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Wellington has something for all senses: from a winemaker’s dinner to Wearable Art


May 26, 2011/1.36

World of Wearable Art 2011
World of Wearable Art Ltd.

Above The promotional image for the Brancott Estate WOW Awards Show, featuring Dragon Fish by Susan Holmes of Auckland.

The annual Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art Awards twists conventional perceptions of both art and fashion and presents an unforgettable two-hour show, for which tickets are now available.
   The Brancott Estate WOW Awards Show will be held in Wellington, from August 25 to September 10. Tickets are on sale now at
   The inspiring works of art are choreographed into an amazing stage show filled with music, dance, comedy, extraordinary sets and state-of-the-art lighting displays. This year’s show features the Royal New Zealand Ballet, and a unique celebration of Kiwi icons.
   The 2011 Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art Awards Show is considered one of the most prestigious art and fashion competitions in the world. The Award show attracts national and international artists and designers who enter truly amazing garments. Michael Peschardt, a BBC correspondent said, ‘I’ve seen major cultural and fashion shows around the world and this is unlike anything I’ve ever witnessed before.’
   Something that will titillate another of the five senses, is the Nga Waka Winemaker’s Dinner at Soi on Wednesday, June 8.
   Enjoy the flavours of Nga Waka wines synchronized with a beautiful meal. Spend the night tasting Nga Waka Martinborough’s finest wines with Roger Parkinson, the winemaker and CEO.
   The dinner costs NZ$95 per person for canapés and bubbles on arrival, followed by a five-course dinner menu with matching wines. The dinner will be held at the Soi Bar and Restaurant at Greta Point Wharf, 305 Evans Bay Parade, Wellington. Booking is essential, as tickets are limited. Visit or call 64 4 386-3830. Email—Ella Garland-Levett

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