Fraser Crowe's 'Dual Outlook' was conceived as a fashion outfit for the year 2005. It is a set of five garments to contain or house the viewer in a 'space' away from the demands of hypothetical ever increasing technological pressures in a future. Combining advances in textile technology at the time and traditional weaving, Dual Outlook consists of five elements. The undergarment, a Lycra sheath, is topped by a 'body shield' in a twill weave of nylon and copper wire. The 'fly sheet' train is made of pleated copper coated polyester and the pyramid shaped visor is woven in a plaid pattern. Black nylon gloves complete the outfit. Dual Outlook won the Supreme Award at the 1997 Smokefree Fashion Design Awards (previously Benson & Hedges Fashion Design Awards). It is now part of the collection at Te Papa Museum.