One of the biggest names in New Zealand fashion will take
part in next month's iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
has a few gift ideas for that special someone this
Supermodel Cindy Crawford has denied reports that
she planned to retire from modeling this month, saying she
had made no final statements and that her "retirement" was a
running joke in her family.
An Otago Polytechnic graduate will join a cast of fashion
designers from around the world when she shows her creations
at the iD International Emerging Designer Awards in March.
When it comes to earings, the bigger the better, says Amy
textile artist Desi Liversage is turning the work of a
a commercial enterprise, reports Tom McKinlay.
Rennie is event manager for iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
High-end watchmakers have signalled a shift in strategy with
an expanded range of more affordable products to counter the
most severe downturn the industry has faced since the 2008-09
financial crisis, executives at a watch fair in Geneva said.
An acid-attack survivor in India has been made a model for a
fashion brand, drawing attention to the crime in the country
with one of the highest rates of acid violence in the world.
Dallas Cunningham's childhood love of sewing led her into
the fashion design industry more than 30 years ago. She talks
to Jude Hathaway about a career which she has no plans to
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