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He is organising the exhibition ''Home Sewn'', which coincides with iD Fashion Week.
It is part of the gallery's focus on the community, welcoming as much of the community as possible and celebrating the creativity of Dunedin people, he said.
He has adapted and reworked the original exhibition, curated by Doris de Pont of the New Zealand Fashion Museum. It looks at the evolution of home sewing from the 1960s to the present and the changing face of fashion.
The version showing at the gallery includes several garments made by Dunedin fashion designers and insiders for themselves; these include Nom*D's Margi Robertson, Mild Red's Donna Tulloch, Tanya Carlson and visiting English milliner Stephen Jones.
It will be accompanied by a video so people can see models wearing the garments.
''Home Sewn'' is at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery from March 9 until April 7.