COLLECTIONS 2018 will showcase Otago Polytechnic’s fashion students alongside visiting international student designers. Fashion writer and former graduate Brittany Pooley gets a sneak peek of what’s to come.
Milan prosecutors have wrapped up their probe into alleged tax evasion of about €1 billion by fashion group Gucci, paving the way for a formal request for a trial.
Admiring photographs taken by Otago Polytechnic students are commercial design student (front) Michaela Roy and Beth Dick at the opening night of the polytechnic’s design showcase Debrief, last night.
Chinese e-commerce sites have removed Dolce & Gabbana products amid a spiralling backlash against an advertising campaign that was decried as racist by celebrities and on social media.
An emergency meeting about the future of Central Otago's WoolOn Creative Fashion Event is ''just a bump in the road'' and the event should still run next year, Central Otago Mayor Tim Cadogan says.
Queenstown fashion store World has removed two signs from its window display after a complaint to the council.
A pearl and diamond pendant that belonged to French queen Marie Antoinette has sold for a world record price for a pearl.
A Mosgiel woman rose above losing everything in a house fire to be crowned the fashion favourite at Wingatui yesterday.
UK retail giant Marks & Spencer (M&S) has become one of the first major clothing retailers to launch a menswear range with wool certified under the global Responsible Wool Standard (RWS).
Meghan Markle's trend-setting dress sense usually drives frenzied shopping at her favoured designers, but her latest choice - traditional Tongan couture - might prove a little harder to track down.
Joe and Sophie Burke strut their stuff at the Zonta Club of Metropolitan Dunedin's Extraordinary Fashion show at the Kensington Army Drill Hall last night.
Designer and retailer World has accepted the Commerce Commission's view that labelling on some imported clothing was liable to mislead consumers about the place of origin.
Recycled fashion delighted the crowd at the Trash into Fashion Trashion Show at Cromwell College Auditorium on Friday.
The launch of a menswear range by UK retail giant Marks & Spencer using crossbred lambswool has ``got to be a positive'', Southland farmer Adam McCall says.
Can’t make Paris Fashion Week? Don’t worry. Sarah Vilela da Silva explores a modern alternative and finds out what’s hot in the European fashion capital.
Joe and Hamish Palmer are aiming to live the dream with their new business. Sophie Hall finds out why they are so successful with their fellow students.
Fur trimmings were scarce on the past month's spring catwalk collections in Milan and Paris, but the two leading luxury centres are some way off following London Fashion Week in going fur-free.