WOOL COUNCIL PAVILION
For Saturday night the display at the New. Zealand Wool Council's pavilion in the General Exhibits Court was given over to tartans, and a gay arid attractive show was made. Hundreds of yards of tartan from. Scotland and from New Zealand mills were used as drapings, and the rest of the display was built up of tartan rugs and scarves. ln : place /of the mannequin parades which have beenl the feature °f the pavilion, pupils of Miss. Adeline Burriette danced to ihe whirl and skirl of fwo,- pipers. -/'Since Saturday the pavilibn has been completely remodelled; and is dressed with a wonderful selection Of fine fabrics, and woollen ,voiles, received by the New Zealarid Wool Council frorh the /London ofifice' of the International Wool Secretariat, to serve as the background for a series of mannequin parades of advance 1940 fashions from London and Continental houses, the first- showing of which is. to be made on January 10.
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WOOL COUNCIL PAVILION, Evening Post, Volume CXXIV, Issue 1, 2 January 1940
WOOL COUNCIL PAVILION Evening Post, Volume CXXIV, Issue 1, 2 January 1940
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