The 90's are officially back. They bring with them memories of loose fitting clothing and Alanis Morissette. Twenty-seven names 'still life' show was inspired by the feminist artwork of Judy Chicago and the table was set for a dinner party of twenty five women who "question, imagine, challenge, who shake up, who inspire". We immediately fell in love with the concept created by primary school friends Rachel Easting and Anjali Stewart. And despite the shitty weather (wtf Auckland?) and the brightly coloured umbrellas handed out that clashed with the muted tones of the clothes, it was a pretty cool show that pays homage to "Women who fight the good fight for the rest of us, who live lives that inspire us."
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