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Beyond the Bale : June 2013
5 June 2013 BEyond thE BalE sydney’s historic retail complex the strand Arcade was this year a major partner of the campaign for Wool. In this photo, textile artist magda sayeg prepares a six-metre tall fibreglass tree wrapped with Australian merino wool – supplied by nundle Woollen mill – in this season’s winter colours. At the strand Arcade in sydney, 25 wool fashion pieces designed by young design and textile students were on display as part of a student showcase. the pieces were designed by students from curtin university, Queensland university of technology, rmIt university, university of technology sydney and Whitehouse Institute of Design. sydney’s supa centa moore Park hosted an always popular lamb display, reminding young and old of where wool originates. Designer and retailer Jac + Jak collaborated with uts fashion designer graduate sarah vosper to create an all- black merino wool jersey capsule collection in partnership with AWI and in support of the campaign for Wool. the collection was available for sale during Wool Week from Jac + Jak stores. Pictured L-r: Jacqueline Hunt, sarah vosper wearing one of the designs, and Lisa Dempsey off-fArm