Exquisite garments from decades of vintage couture have
attracted another sell-out crowd to an iD Dunedin Fashion
Week event tonight.
Once a policeman, always a policeman.
Dunedin is leading the way in zero-waste fashion.
a dream, now a success.
Tash Bambry is looking forward to again seeing the Duke and
Duchess of Cambridge, having ''attended'' their wedding in
The next generation of Dunedin fashion designers are being
encouraged to use old materials for new looks.
Bathgate Park School pupils showcased their creative flair at
a recycled fashion show in the Dunedin Public Art Gallery
It is not about what was spent but what was saved at the iD
Designer Sale in Dunedin on Saturday.
A rare insight into couture dressmaking and the mind of a
young Dunedin designer has heralded the start of iD Fashion
Week, which is being launched tonight.
Rob Hewitt knows a thing or two about sea survival, and has
been sharing his knowledge with Dunedin youth this week.
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