Southern designers in iD Fashion Week

Kingston style for iD Fashion Week

Last updated 16:34 15/11/2012
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Designer Jane Sutherland, of Kingston, will showcase her latest designs at iD Fashion Week next year in Dunedin.

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Two southern designers have been added to next year's line-up for the iD Fashion Week.

Jane Sutherland, from Kingston, and Moodie Tuesday (Jon Thom, from Alexandra) will showcase their latest styles.

Tickets went on sale today for the iD Fashion Shows in Dunedin next year in March.

Designers returning next year include Nom*D, Mild-Red, Carlson, Company of Strangers, Charmaine Reveley, DADA Vintage and Tamsin Cooper.

Alongside them will now be Ms Sutherland and Mr Thom.

iD Dunedin Fashion Week committee chair Susie Staley the line-up would be fresh, inspiring and would delight audiences.

Fifteen New Zealand labels have been selected to show their winter collections at iD 2013, alongside two guest designers yet to be revealed, a selection of local fashion graduates and the winners from the Emerging Designer Awards.

Other 2013 capsule collections include Jane Sutherland and UNDONE - the high-end label started last year by recent Otago Polytechnic graduates Rachel Webb and Elise Barnes, showing at iD for the second time. Renowned Wellington-based designer Lela Jacobs will also return to iD next year.

New to iD - with capsule collections - are the popular label Storm, and the new, youthful, streetwear styles of Moodie Tuesday, from artist Jon Thom and business partner Chris Brun

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