Fashion fans flock for iD awards

Jessica-Belle wears jacket by Kate Sylvester, Lucy Mitchell top, pants by Turet Knuefermann,...
Jessica-Belle wears jacket by Kate Sylvester, Lucy Mitchell top, pants by Turet Knuefermann, vintage heels and a Prada bag.
Prince wears a top he bought online, tshirt by Trendiano, Asos pants and Gucci shoes.
Prince wears a top he bought online, tshirt by Trendiano, Asos pants and Gucci shoes.
Annabelle wears a turtle-neck she borrowed from her flatmate, a dress she made herself and shoes...
Annabelle wears a turtle-neck she borrowed from her flatmate, a dress she made herself and shoes from Ultra in Wellington.
Paddy wears Salasai top, Bassike pants, Nike shoes, YU-MEI clutch and Stolen girlfriends Club...
Paddy wears Salasai top, Bassike pants, Nike shoes, YU-MEI clutch and Stolen girlfriends Club jewellery.
Nell wears a jacket from her mum, NOM*d dress and Dr Marten boots.
Nell wears a jacket from her mum, NOM*d dress and Dr Marten boots.
Jess wears Lazy Oaf jacket from Slick Willys, NOM*d top, Kowtow pants, Dr Marten shoes and a bag...
Jess wears Lazy Oaf jacket from Slick Willys, NOM*d top, Kowtow pants, Dr Marten shoes and a bag from her mother's wardrobe.
Su wears a NOM*d jacket and dress and Trippen shoes.
Su wears a NOM*d jacket and dress and Trippen shoes.
Lin wears an entire outfit from China, Mi Piaci shoes and a Chanel bag.
Lin wears an entire outfit from China, Mi Piaci shoes and a Chanel bag.
Bridget wears a First Base shirt, dress from the Zambesi archives and Stella shoes.
Bridget wears a First Base shirt, dress from the Zambesi archives and Stella shoes.

Fashion enthusiasts eagerly descended upon the iconic Dunedin Railway Station for the 13th iD International Emerging Designer Awards this evening.


Otago Daily Times fashion reporter Amy Parsons-King captured some of the excited attendees as they arrived.

Guests were decked out in their best attire to watch the awards.

Over thirty finalists from 10 countries showcased their creations on New Zealand's longest runway.

The new location proved to be a refreshing change, as audiences had the opportunity to see the highly intricate designs up-close and personal. 

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