Canterbury's Show Week kicked off in style on Tuesday as thousands of racegoers flocked to Addington Raceway for the New Zealand Trotting Cup.
One thing is for sure - there will be colour and there will be headwear of all shapes and sizes at Addington Raceway tomorrow.
A wedding gown exhibition will see 25-30 stunning dresses, including two Eastern European heritage wedding gowns, go on display at Diamond Harbour.
Rangiora artist Mel Eaton never intended entering the North Canterbury Wearable Arts show, in which she won the Supreme Adult Trophy.
While the traditional catwalk parade wasn't on the cards at Cup Day yesterday, the famous fashion competition still attracted 300 of the best-dressed people in Christchurch.
It is hoped a wedding dress display in Rangiora will uncover new information about a mysterious gown that dates back to the 1870s.
Until recently women were rarely shown with any hairy bits anywhere but slowly people have started to challenge what is seen as ‘normal’ - although we still have a long way to go.
A Miss Pinup NZ contestant says she was inspired by the diverse, inclusive and supportive pinup culture she experienced while shopping for vintage garments in Christchurch.
It took just over two weeks for Wanaka businesswoman Anna Ross to raise $2.17 million in equity for her cosmetics company, Kester Black.
Wanaka businesswoman Anna Ross and her partner Fergus Sully are preparing for international take-off in the beauty products industry.
Ballantynes is running its 'Bring it to the Boardroom' competition again, offering designers and entrepreneurs the chance to have their products sold in the store.
Kiwi fashion designer Dame Trelise Cooper has apologised for an "embarrassing mistake" of naming a dress with a phrase associated with a bleak period in Native American history.
The change in Covid-19 alert levels has come as a big relief for Christchurch-based business Lend to Mend which hires out designer dresses.
Three works by elusive and controversial street artist Banksy are set to go up for auction in New Zealand next week.
Dunedin's Barbara Brinsley possesses a wardrobe of wonders. Katie Day finds out the stories that set her fashion collection apart.