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Leading UK Fashion authority to judge at iD Fashion Week

Singapore-based UK fashion lecturer and former lingerie designer Lucy Jones will join the iD International Emerging Designer Awards judging panel at this year’s 10th anniversary of the event held at the Dunedin Town Hall on Thursday, April 3.. The longstanding fashion educator, who heads the Department of Fashion Studies at Singapore’s Nanyang Academy of Arts, … Continue reading

Celebrity milliner Stephen Jones to show at iD Dunedin Fashion Week

He’s designed hats for some of the world’s top celebrities – from pop stars to royalty – and now British milliner Stephen Jones is coming to iD Dunedin Fashion Week, 10-17 March 2013 in Dunedin, New Zealand. Dubbed by Italian Vogue as the maker of “the most beautiful hats in the world”, London-based Jones will show a retrospective … Continue reading

iD showcases fresh fashion talent

Vibrant colour and design, hand-dyed wool, tapestry, leather work, and digital printing are just some of the innovative techniques used by graduates showing at next year’s iD Dunedin Fashion Week. Five exceptional graduate collections from the Otago Polytechnic School of Design have been selected from a field of 25 on display at the recent Collections … Continue reading

2012 iD Dunedin Fashion Week launches

iD Dunedin Fashion Week kicks off today with a week of fashion shows, events, tours, public talks, and exhibitions, culminating in the must-see iD International Emerging Designer Awards on Thursday night and the iD Dunedin Fashion Shows on Friday and Saturday nights. Now in its 13th year, the iconic event, which attracts international attention, features … Continue reading

New dates announced for 2012 iD Dunedin Fashion Week

iD Dunedin Fashion Week announced new dates for 2012 at an exclusive launch held in association with Dunedin’s Golden Centre Mall on Thursday 18 August 2011.  Celebrating its 13th year, the week is an international platform for rising national and global fashion talent and will take place from 27 March – 1 April 2012 in … Continue reading

New dates announced for 2011 iD Dunedin Fashion Week

  iD Dunedin Fashion Week announced new dates for 2011 at an exclusive launch on Thursday 19 August 2010. Now in its 12th year, this highly successful week celebrating the city’s fashion identity, creativity and distinct style will take place from 5-10 April 2011 in Dunedin, New Zealand. Chair of iD Fashion Week Committee Susie … Continue reading


Show your support for the Child Cancer Foundation with this stylish Limited Edition gemstone necklace. Kagi has once again teamed up with the Child Cancer Foundation to produce this fundraiser necklace, available for $175. Each gemstone in the necklace has been hand selected for its nurturing abilities, such as quartz for harmony and turquoise for … Continue reading

Win win for Fashion Week graduates

  Otago Polytechnic Fashion graduate Roxanna Zamani has achieved yet another notch on her awards belt, taking out a Fashion tv Oceania Online Design Award on Monday 19th July. The 24 year old won first prize in the Evening Wear/Couture category, before being announced the overall prize winner for her designs, which will be showcased … Continue reading

Fashionistas flock to NZ fashion frontier

More than 80 media representatives from New Zealand and Australia attended the fashion week and participated in the week long fashion activities. A glamorous week of fashion events concluded in the nation’s unconventional fashion frontier. Twenty-one established, emerging and talented new designers celebrated the eleventh year of iD Dunedin Fashion Week with their latest winter … Continue reading

The Love Ball, supported by De Beers

Following the success of last year’s inaugural Love Ball, Natalia Vodianova and Lucy Yeomans, Editor-in-Chief of Harper’s Bazaar UK, last February 24 hosted The Love Ball, proudly supported by De Beers in aid of the Naked Heart Foundation. Natalia Vodianova was radiant in a stunning De Beers necklace made of pear-cut diamonds, totalling over 122 … Continue reading