Judge Charmaine Reverley's collection display at the Hokonui Fashion Design Awards.
Claire Miller, of Invercargill, won the Southland Designer Award at the Hokonui Fashion Design Awards at the weekend in Gore. This was her design in the Streetwear section.
Carla Young, of Wellington, won the Doosh Collections Award.
The wool section was won by designer Roberta Lee Davids, of Christchurch.
Gregory Wiseman-Spence, of Timaru, won the Nu Dax Denim Award with this design.
Marie Kelly, of Wellington, scooped the VnC Avant Garde Award with this collection for men.
Elise Barnes, of Dunedin, who won the Young Designer Award with this outfit, which also won the streetwear section.
Judge Francis Hooper, World Designer and co-founder.
Charmaine Cowlishaw, of Christchurch, stunned the crowd with her design for a black dress, kept simple at the top but ruffled to please at the bottom to win the Heartland Hotel Croydon Nightlife Award.
Ruth Bucknell, of Masterton, won the Southern Institute of Technology Knitted Award section.
Margaret Lewis, of Auckland, stunned the crowd with her use of rugs to win the Hokonui Heritage Kiwiana Award at the Hokonui Fashion Design Awards.
Dunedin designer Laura Marshall, who was named the overall winner at the Hokonui Fashion Design Awards in Gore, with one of her models, Matthew Gauci, of Gore.
Asha Dutt, partner of Invercargill Mayor Tim Shadbolt, hits the catwalk at the Hokonui Fashion Design Awards as one of the many models in the show. She is wearing a design by Hannah Heslop, of Christchurch, in the Hokonui Heritage Kiwiana Award.
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