Fashion

Fit to be seen in

Fit to be seen in

Active wear, no longer exercise-specific, has become a versatile fashion style. Jude Hathaway reports.

Designer creates daffodil-coloured silk

You've heard of painting the town red -- well Hawke's Bay designer Will Fincham aims to paint the runway yellow.

It's all white

It's all white

I realise we're still in the midst of winter but the designers don't seem to care.

Getting into your stride

Getting into your stride

It can be a mission to find the perfect pants. Here Jude Hathaway checks the latest looks.

Beautiful by day

Beautiful by day

A Dunedin-based UK designer is making New Zealand her new local. Designer Natasha Postill has made an immediate street-level impression in Dunedin.

One for the guys

One for the guys

Sorry fellas, you often get left out.

Skirting the issue

Skirting the issue

Skirts are creating their own fashion story this winter, with styles showing distinctive nuances of the past. Jude Hathaway reports.

The art of the textile

The art of the textile

A Dunedin label has its designers' prints all over it, writes Tom McKinlay.

Taking a nappa . . .

Taking a nappa . . .

This year, audiences at the iD fashion shows, held at Dunedin Railway Station over iD Dunedin Fashion Week, were treated to a new section showcasing leather from a Timaru-based leather wholesaler.

Potency and poignancy on the catwalk

Potency and poignancy on the catwalk

Following another successful iD Dunedin Fashion Show, Jude Hathaway reviews the collections. Photographs by Gregor Richardson.

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