iD 2011: Eyes for detail

iD International Emerging Designer Awards judging panel members appraising Massey University graduate Lucy McIntosh's collection in Dunedin yesterday are (from left) editor of vogue.com.au Damien Woolnough, Nom*D designer Margi Robertson, Carlson designer Tanya Carlson and international guest designer Akira Isogawa.

The 27 designers, from as far afield as Spain and Israel, went up in front of the judges before tonight's runway show and award ceremony at the Lion Foundation Arena.

Shoppers make the most of discounts, giveaways, an instore DJ, makeup artist and fashion show at Glassons during iD Dunedin Fashion Week's Starlight Shopping event last night.

About 30 chain and boutique stores took part in the late-night shopping evening. It has been part of the fashion week for three years.

A limited number of iD show tickets are available at a discounted cash price from the Golden Centre.

From 11am to 3pm today and tomorrow, discounts of $10 on iD International Designer Awards tickets, and $15 on tomorrow's iD Fashion Show tickets, are on offer.

 

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