Designers confirmed for show

Designers for the 2013 iD Dunedin Fashion Show have been confirmed, and ticket sales begin tomorrow.

Organisers promise to show a fresh crop of New Zealand fashion designers during the week-long iD event from March 10-17.

Young Dunedin label Moodie Tuesday, started in 2011, has been selected to display a collection for the first time, as has New Zealand designer Storm.

Otago Polytechnic fashion graduates Rachel Webb and Elise Barnes will show their label Undone, which they also established last year, for the second time at iD.

Longstanding iD favourites confirmed to show included Nom*D, Mild Red, Carlson, Company of Strangers, Charmaine Reveley, Dada and Tamsin Cooper.

Fashion week committee chairwoman Susie Staley said the 14th annual event would give the public a chance to see the latest New Zealand trends alongside international collections.

"The line-up is fresh, inspiring and is going to amaze audiences once again," she said.

In total, 15 New Zealand labels had been selected to show their winter 2013 garments.

Guest designers would be revealed closer to the event, as well participating Dunedin fashion graduates.

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