Unbridled creativity will be on show at the iD International
Emerging Designer Awards in the Dunedin Town Hall tonight.
Sara Munro has come a long way from hand-stitching rosettes
for Nom*D while watching movies in her Wellington flat.
The next generation of Dunedin fashion designers are being
encouraged to use old materials for new looks.
About 200 people attended the official opening of iD Dunedin Fashion Week in the Dunedin Centre last night. Otago Daily Times photographer Peter McIntosh snapped the stylish crowd.
Hips out and heads high, four Otago rugby players experienced
a different style of training yesterday.
Krue Love expected to be seated at his first iD Dunedin
Fashion Show, but instead he will be walking the southern
hemisphere's longest catwalk.
Organisers of iD Dunedin Fashion Week are calling on
designers to be involved in the event's 15th anniversary.
This year's millinery influence at iD Dunedin Fashion Week
continues to inspire budding hat-makers.
Australian fashion writer and commentator and guest judge
at the iD Dunedin Fashion Week, Glynis Traill-Nash shares her
thoughts about Dunedin's biggest week in fashion.
Desperate to be accepted into a millinery workshop, an
18-year-old Stephen Jones made his first hat using a
cardboard cereal box and spray-painted plastic flowers.
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