Hunter TAFE student Sally Paull, Singleton, wins at The Australian
Wool Fashion Awards with tribal-themed wearable art.
Pursuing her passion has paid off for Hunter TAFE student, Sally
Paull. The Singleton local has been awarded the inaugural prize winner
for Wearable Art at The Australian Wool Fashion Awards.
Taking inspiration from Japanese movie 'Princess Mononoko', Sally's
creation hit the creative brief and landed her the prize.
Fashion was not Sally's first study option. The TAFE NSW student
began studying a Bachelor of Engineering Degree at university before
deciding it wasn't for her. Her passion for sewing and
creating fancy dress led her to enrol in an Advanced
Diploma in Fashion as Hunter TAFE. When interviewed by the
Singleton Argus Sally says "I realise now that art and creating
fashion is want I want to do for my career – it might have taken a few
years to get here but I am loving the work".