Brothers in arms

Brothers Max (5, left) and George (6), Muir, of Dunedin, model Peter Alexander pyjamas during last night's Zonta Extraordinary Fashion show at the Edgar Centre's More FM Arena, in Dunedin.

The show, marking 20 years of Zonta Extraordinary Fashion, attracted about 18 mainly Dunedin designers and retailers, as well as a few from further afield, to have their spring and summer collections admired by a crowd of about 380 people.

PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON
PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON
Those on show included NOM*d, Company of Strangers, Mild-Red and Charmaine Reveley, as well as retailers from Dunedin and Auckland and a selection of emerging fashion from third-year Otago Polytechnic school of design students.

The show was expected to raise about $20,000 for donation to Plunket, helping the organisation offer a maternal mental health education group in Dunedin, show producer Victoria Muir said.

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