Textile and Fibre Network hold wearable art parade | PHOTOS

The Southern Highlands Textile and Fibre Network network transformed the Bowral Art Gallery into a wearable-art runway on the weekend. 

On Saturday, November 11 the network held an art-to-wear parade as part of the opening of their latest exhibition, ‘Pushing the Boundaries’. 

Eight models were adorned with an array of the exhibiting artworks, including fascinators, gowns, scarves and delicate silk and wool shibori pieces. 

Organisers said more than 400 people attended the exhibition in the first three days, and the group have managed to raise more than $300 from their charity sales.

A portion of the funds raised from the exhibition will go toward the Share the Dignity charity to support homeless women. 

Pushing the Boundaries will be on display at the Bowral Art Gallery until Monday November, 20. 


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