iD Dunedin Fashion Week was once again a roaring success with high praise given by top New Zealand Designer Kate Sylvester.
Bringing together top fashion labels from Dunedin and NZ with an International flavour the event always surprises, delights and inspires. A recent ODT article highlighted the success:
At the iD Dunedin Fashion Shows, capacity audiences were enthralled by the collections of top New Zealand designers and labels, including Tanya Carlson, Julian Danger, Mild Red, Charmaine Reveley, Company of Strangers, Huffer, Zambesi, Dada, Nom*d, guest New Zealand designer Kate Sylvester, and international guest designer Emilia Wickstead.
Greta Yeoman and Brenda Harwood, ODT
With a change of season comes the opportunity to indulge the senses and immerse yourself in the world of luxury and new season fashion pieces. We've compiled a tour of some of the Heart of Dunedin fashion hotspots to help you create your 2016 Winter Wardrobe.
First on the tour of the central city the 'must do' of the itinerary is Plume, the heart of Dunedin high fashion since 1978 offering high-end fashion that is both utterly stylish and effortlessly cool. Plume can be found at 310 George St Dunedin.
In the very same block fashion heavyweights including Belle Bird Boutique, Slick Willys, Company of Strangers and Ruby bring colour, vibrancy and a youthful fashion forward blend of the best local and international designers. Find them between 352 and 323 George St.
Next stop is the fashion precinct that is Meridian Mall, Golden Centre and Wall St Mall. Filled with stores from the high-end to the high-street perfect for mixing and matching to create a unique statement.
Once you've experienced all the city's Malls have to offer we recommend heading to The Octagon for a glass of bubbly to celebrate a successful shopping trip.