Fashion

Gorgeously glamorous

Gorgeously glamorous

This is the first year a Shanghai designer will show a collection in the much anticipated iD Dunedin Fashion Show. Jude Hathaway writes.

Video: iD Fashion Week designer sale

Video: iD Fashion Week designer sale

iD Dunedin Fashion Week is under way with the first event, the annual iD designer sale, taking place at the Dunedin Railway Station on Saturday morning.

History in the making

History in the making

iD Fashion Week guest Doris de Pont has moved on from designing to cataloguing the DNA of New Zeland fashion, Jude Hathaway writes.

Vintage Queen

Vintage Queen

The international guest for this year's iD Fashion Week, Doris Raymond, has a passion for vintage clothing that has opened doors to glamour and glitz, paved the way to a Hollywood store and prompted a television show. In short, taste and tenacity have helped put her above the pack, writes Shane Gilchrist.

World's first 'sexy' incontinence knickers launched in NZ

World's first 'sexy' incontinence knickers launched in NZ

A New Zealand textile company has launched a high-tech and fashionable range of underwear it believes will solve the "silent epidemic" of incontinence.

Humble beginnings

Humble beginnings

This year marks the 20th anniversary of Dunedin label, Mild-Red. Amy Parsons-King talks to designer Donna Tulloch about how the label has progressed over the years.

Fashion focus

Fashion focus

In the lead-up to April's iD Dunedin Fashion Week, Dunedin International Airport has a fashion-inspired exhibition in the terminal by local writer, stylist and photographer Amy Parsons-King. We spoke to Amy about how her interest in photography began and the inspiration behind the images.

Great coats

Great coats

The sun may be shining today, but we all know what comes next. Amy Parsons-King looks ahead.

Perfect pastels

Perfect pastels

Pretty pastel hues are popular in the warmer months, with their delicate palette looking fabulous in spring/summer pieces.

Street style

Street style

Donna photographed on Musselburgh Rise wears clothing from her florist, gifts and accessories store, Simply Flowers.

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