One of Britain's most significant fashion designers, Zandra Rhodes, arrives on Monday in Dunedin where she is a guest of iD Dunedin Fashion Week. Jude Hathaway caught up with her last week.
Garments featured in Dunedin's Novadown Fashioned Feathers event last night are (from left) Senorita Awesumo, modelled by Victoria Cooper; Sara Paulin, modelled by Laken Yarker; and Jennie Hasler-Jacobs, modelled by Emma Martin.
Ten top New Zealand fashion designers will promote their ranges at Millbrook Resort next month.
With today's fashion working off past trends, the Back to the Future Fashion Show took a look back before stepping forward last night.
Sculptor Chris Meder and designer Anna Holmes-Libbis, both of Dunedin, have joined forces and created costumes for an upcoming stage show, which will also feature in a steampunk fashion show in Oamaru on June 5.
Model Victoria Cooper (25, left) and Nellie Jenkins (17) display the colour of the evening at the official opening of iD Dunedin Fashion Week, in Wall Street mall, last night. Photo by Gregor Richardson. A shot of colour was injected into the wardrobes of sponsors and special guests as they took up the call to wear the event's official colour - red. iD Dunedin Fashion Committee chairwoman Susie Staley launched the week of events by encouraging them all to enjoy the frivolity of fashion and be inspired by the creativity on display.
Otago fashion graduates may soon grace the pages of one of the world's leading fashion magazines - Vogue Italia.
The Hokonui Fashion Design Awards event has been championing fashion design creativity since 1988. Jude Hathaway reports on last weekend's show.
After all these years of modelling designer clothes and of judging wannabe designers on Project Runway, Heidi Klum has become very particular about her likes and dislikes.
Roxanna Zamani is back on home soil with two international fashion awards under her belt, and has hit the ground running with three fashion weeks in her sights.
Comfort comes in many forms, but the solace and relief we seek from them is not always what they provide, Dunedin jeweller Victoria McIntosh tells Ellie Constantine.
Lillian Cotter has forged a unique, collaborative alternative for emerging designers, writes Brittany Rose.
With the first days of spring behind us, you could be forgiven for getting ready to shed your winter woollen layer, but think again. The clever people at Icebreaker know the superior performance of merino wool for staving off chills, but they also know it can keep you cool when it is hot and let your skin breathe.
Languishing in the back of your wardrobe could be a fashion item that will help colour in "A Fashionable Portrait of Dunedin", writes Cecilie Geary.
Wakatipu businesswomen have gathered their pre-loved clothes by top fashion designers to sell them at bargain prices for fun in a Queenstown church hall tomorrow.