Your retro beach photos could be part of Kiwi fashion history.
New Zealand Fashion Museum director Doris de Pont is calling for the public to be part of 'At the Beach: 100 years of summer fashion in New Zealand'.
The exhibition covers the past 100 years of woollen bathers, bikinis, swimsuits and sundresses borrowed from the public. Now the museum is after your beach photos.
"We're looking for absolutely everything. We're just looking for people's best times at the beach," de Pont says.
Doris de Pont's interview with Jesse Mulligan:
To submit a photo, or an album, for the exhibition email email@example.com. A prize will be awarded for the best collection of photos on 15 January.