Designer Roksanda Ilincic reveals art inspired designs and Steven Tai embraces diversity in modelling at London Fashion Week.
Hollywood's top TV talent stepped out in bright yellow and sparkling white gowns, jumpsuits and tuxedo jackets that complemented a gold carpet as they arrived for a too-close-to-call Emmys race.
She started out designing clothes for her sister's Barbie dolls in Zimbabwe, now an Invercargill designer is showing off her skills on the small screen.
For the first time, Dunedin's iD Fashion Week took to New Zealand Fashion Weekend for one of the most iconic collaborative fashion events in the city's history.
Social media influencer Ariana Gonzales talks to Brittany Pooley about ethical fashion and her life online.
Conquerer of Mt Everest, philanthropist and now fashion icon - Sir Edmund Hillary's grandchildren took to the catwalk to parade a line of clothing inspired by the great New Zealander.
Gore designer Andre Johnston has won the supreme award at Central Otago’s WoolOn Creative Fashion Event with a hand-embroidered dress that took hundreds of hours to make.
Streetwear designer Eva Cambourn, one half of Dunedin label Grumpysuns, talks to Brittany Pooley as she prepares to show at New Zealand Fashion Weekend.
Instagram innovators such as Pat McGrath and Kylie Jenner are revolutionising cosmetics - and becoming overnight billionaires, writes Nosheen Iqbal.
ID Dunedin's first taste of the bright lights of Auckland will also be a step back into the past - the organisers' debut show at New Zealand Fashion Week includes pieces from past emerging designers.
Designer Becs Calder has completed her latest transformation of fibre from sheep's back to catwalk, but has added another dimension for this year's WoolOn Creative Fashion event.
Designer Marc Jun returns to Dunedin with his new range of clothing. He tells Brittany Pooley about starting his own label.
A hairstylist by trade but with a burning passion for fashion, Dunedin’s Vicki Taylor-Blair won top honours at the 30th Hokonui Fashion Awards in Gore.
Anna Wintour, the influential editor of Vogue magazine, is remaining in her job "indefinitely," publisher Conde Nast says, refuting rumors that she was on her way out after 30 years.