Photos: iD Dunedin opens for 2012

James Moody at the ID Fashion geek to chic fashion parade at the Dunedin Public Library on Tuesday
James Moody at the ID Fashion geek to chic fashion parade at the Dunedin Public Library on Tuesday
Dunedin Central Library staff member Emma Milburn models a vintage dress during the geek/chic...
Dunedin Central Library staff member Emma Milburn models a vintage dress during the geek/chic fashion show at the Dunedin library yesterday.
Models and library staff walk the grand finale at the show, part of the iD Fashion Week.
Models and library staff walk the grand finale at the show, part of the iD Fashion Week.
Jackie McMillan.
Jackie McMillan.
Anisha Hensley-Wilson
Anisha Hensley-Wilson
Elliott Samuel
Elliott Samuel
Emma Milburn
Emma Milburn
Lynette Hartgill
Lynette Hartgill
(From left) Australian fashion authority Nicholas Huxley with Lutz Huelle and David Ballu - Paris...
(From left) Australian fashion authority Nicholas Huxley with Lutz Huelle and David Ballu - Paris-based partners in the label "Lutz Huelle"
The crowd celebrates the official opening of iD Dunedin Fashion Week. Photos by Linda Robertson.
The crowd celebrates the official opening of iD Dunedin Fashion Week. Photos by Linda Robertson.
(From left) Richard and Lyn Bunton and Dot Stewart all of Dunedin
(From left) Richard and Lyn Bunton and Dot Stewart all of Dunedin
Fashion school students (from left) Lydia Mitchell, Mandy Myles, Hortense Rothery, Rakel Blom and...
Fashion school students (from left) Lydia Mitchell, Mandy Myles, Hortense Rothery, Rakel Blom and Olivia Bloxham
(From left) Emerging designer finalist Luka Mues, Morag McDonald and Jess Kitto all of Dunedin
(From left) Emerging designer finalist Luka Mues, Morag McDonald and Jess Kitto all of Dunedin
Dallas Cunningham (left), designer with St Clair Design, Dunedin and Vedrana Mastela - Emerging...
Dallas Cunningham (left), designer with St Clair Design, Dunedin and Vedrana Mastela - Emerging Design awards finalist from Croatia look at the Paper Dolls entries
Sonya Fraser (left) of Mediaworks and Donna Tulloch of Mild Red
Sonya Fraser (left) of Mediaworks and Donna Tulloch of Mild Red
Rachael Jenkins (The twins - Nellie and Elza's mother) (left) and Victoria Timpany both of Dunedin
Rachael Jenkins (The twins - Nellie and Elza's mother) (left) and Victoria Timpany both of Dunedin
(From left) Yvette Billot of Arthur Barnetts, Donna Brooke of Trelise Cooper and Diann Waugh of...
(From left) Yvette Billot of Arthur Barnetts, Donna Brooke of Trelise Cooper and Diann Waugh of Waughs
Geraldine Martin (left) and Lulu Wilcox (New Idea magazine) both of Auckland
Geraldine Martin (left) and Lulu Wilcox (New Idea magazine) both of Auckland
ODT's Paul Dwyer speaks at the opening
ODT's Paul Dwyer speaks at the opening
Susie Staley opens iD fashion week
Susie Staley opens iD fashion week
(From left) Tanya Carlson, Hilary Alexander and Victoria Muir
(From left) Tanya Carlson, Hilary Alexander and Victoria Muir
(From left) Dominic Stephenson, Hana Aoake, Emerging Designer finalist Grace Averis, designer...
(From left) Dominic Stephenson, Hana Aoake, Emerging Designer finalist Grace Averis, designer Molly Barrington and Darnell show coordinator Tara Young all of Dunedin
Owner of Rockbourne Gallery Paul McDowell and Kelly Leys wearing one of his necklaces
Owner of Rockbourne Gallery Paul McDowell and Kelly Leys wearing one of his necklaces
Claire Robinson (left) and Olivia Petrie both of Dunedin with their iD cocktails (Skyy vodka,...
Claire Robinson (left) and Olivia Petrie both of Dunedin with their iD cocktails (Skyy vodka, almond syrup, lemon juice, raspberry and soda)

iD Dunedin 2012 opened with the 'Fashion geek to chic' parade at the Dunedin Public Library and the opening function sponsored by the Otago Daily Times and held in the newspaper's old press room.

Photos by Craig Baxter and Linda Robertson; prints available from otagoimages.co.nz.

 

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