New Zealand's first online museum is for anyone with a love of fashion, heritage, innovation and creativity.
The New Zealand Fashion Museum records and tells the stories of the people, objects and photographs that have given New Zealand a unique fashion identity. We share them with a broad audience through pop-up exhibitions, publications and our online museum.
184,000 visitors to our exhibitions and 6 beautiful books published since we began in 2010 as a Charitable Trust clearly demonstrate our appeal. We are run by volunteers and our projects are made possible through the generosity of individual and company donors, supportive sponsors, occasional public grants and revenue generated by publication royalties and sales. We welcome your support.
The New Zealand Fashion Museum is a Charitable Trust that aims to make our history more visible and accessible through our experience of fashion objects, images and stories, sharing them with a broad audience through exhibitions, publications and our online museum. We are providing an umbrella for everything about fashion that is held in our museums, libraries and by individuals.
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