iD Dunedin Fashion Show

Highlander Ash Dixon on the catwalk.
Highlander Ash Dixon on the catwalk.
Highlander Dan Pryor models garments by Swanndri.
Highlander Dan Pryor models garments by Swanndri.
Highlander Lima Sopoaga jokes with team mate Ash Dixon as the pair get made up before the show.
Highlander Lima Sopoaga jokes with team mate Ash Dixon as the pair get made up before the show.
Otago Girls’ High School and Otago Boys’ High School choirs perform before the iD Dunedin Fashion...
Otago Girls’ High School and Otago Boys’ High School choirs perform before the iD Dunedin Fashion Show at the Dunedin Railway Station last night.
Ellyn Robertson (left) and Louise Anderson, both of Dunedin, head down the catwalk to their seats.
Ellyn Robertson (left) and Louise Anderson, both of Dunedin, head down the catwalk to their seats.
A model wears the designs of Paulo Melim Andersson on the catwalk.
A model wears the designs of Paulo Melim Andersson on the catwalk.
Models gather to be made up before the show.
Models gather to be made up before the show.
Holly Lockey charges the glasses before the pre-show event at the Otago Arts Society rooms.
Holly Lockey charges the glasses before the pre-show event at the Otago Arts Society rooms.
Gathering at the railway station before the show are (from left) Lucy Atherton, Emma Jury, Kara...
Gathering at the railway station before the show are (from left) Lucy Atherton, Emma Jury, Kara Maitland-Scott and Jake Scott, all of Dunedin.
Fashion show attendees cast a critical eye over the designs.
Fashion show attendees cast a critical eye over the designs.

Highlanders players took to the catwalk on Friday night as part of iD Dunedin Fashion Week.

Lima Sopoaga, Ash Dixon and Dan Pryor were among those to model clothes by Swanndri at the Dunedin Railway Station.

Another show will be held on Saturday night.

ODT photographer Stephen Jaquiery was there to capture the event.

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