Dunedin showcases world fashion
The longest catwalk in the southern hemisphere has this weekend been a showcase for leading Kiwi and international fashions.
The 120m runway in Dunedin's historic railway station ran Friday night and will run tonight, hosting collections from emerging designer Mahshid Mahdian of the Brera Academy, Italy, as well as WORLD's Francis Hooper, Paris-based Australian designer Martin Grant, and established Dunedin-based brands Carlson, Mild-Red and NOM*d and Tamsin Cooper.
iD Fashion chairwoman Susie Staley paid tribute to the hard-working volunteer committee who she said delivered "a fabulous show".
"We're exceptionally proud of this must-see fashion event. As we look towards our future, we're heading towards building on our international links and growing the event even further."