Fashion

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.

London, Paris, Milan, New York . . . and now Waitati

London, Paris, Milan, New York . . . and now Waitati

iD Dunedin Fashion week was given a distinctly Waitati twist at yesterday's official opening of a new fashion outlet in the seaside village.

Fashion Week's future seems sure

Fashion Week's future seems sure

An iD Dunedin Fashion Week that mostly sold out - despite plenty of competition in the entertainment market - appears to be on track to continue.

Designer Games

Designer Games

The uniforms for the 1974 British Commonwealth Games victory hostesses provide a lesson in fashion design, writes Gavin O'Brien.

Behind the scenes at iD Fashion

Behind the scenes at iD Fashion

Last night there wasn't a train in sight as the Dunedin Railway Station was transformed into a venue hosting the first of two fashion shows as part of iD Dunedin Fashion week. 

Dunedin once again answers the call

Dunedin once again answers the call

Running through all the events of the iD Dunedin Fashion Week, there is an intangible something that binds everything that is Dunedin fashion together.

Clothes make the man

Clothes make the man

iD International Emerging Designer Awards winner Steve Hall (right) celebrates his win with a model at the Dunedin Town Hall last night.

Sellout crowd for Emerging Designer Awards

Sellout crowd for Emerging Designer Awards

The iD Emerging Designers Awards attracted a sellout crowd of 1400 people to the Dunedin Town Hall last night. Otago Daily Times photographer Peter McIntosh captured the 28 collections modelled on the runway.

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