Buy, sell or both? The choice is yours at the new Recycle Boutique in Christchurch.
The Tannery at Woolston was packed with fashionistas as CPIT students flaunted their designs on Saturday.
They know how to make you look great and they know how to run a great business.
CPIT's PITCH is back, with a new location and a fresh lot of young designers.
Paula Smith transforms big shirts with big flamboyant patterns into stunning queen-sized quilts.
OPINION: I recently bought a kangaroo onesie. How on earth could I justify it? Well, for one, I live in Linwood.
Retro cuts and fabrics add a touch of old-school glamour to swimsuits this summer.
OPINION: There was a lack of crazy outfits this year though I did see Superman and the odd bum cheek.
Two first-timers have won the prestigious Best Dressed Male and Female while an orchid-inspired body art creation has taken the top spot in the Body Art finals.
Cup and Show Week is here. Press reporter Georgina Stylianou asks the experts for top fashion tips.
With Cup and Show week arriving, Beck Eleven asks Cantabrians what the big race days mean to them - and what they'll be wearing.
From clearance sales to new collections, it's a good weekend for pop-up shops in Christchurch.
It matters not whether the race meeting is in England or Christchurch, the big question is: What will I wear?
Gone are the days of pencil-thin eyebrows. Modern Canterbury women favour big, arched and natural-looking brows.
'Fabulous' venue puts fashion on show
Christchurch's Cathedral Junction reopened in grand style last night as fashion took centre stage.
For some, maybe an entire eco-system
Many women will be surprised to learn what else they could be carrying in their handbag.
Warning: 'It's not about picking up chicks'
Mike Dickison has started a knitting-for-blokes workshop, but warns it's not about picking up chicks.
Chch entrepreneurs cash in on onesie craze
Two Christchurch entrepreneurs are cashing in on the onesie craze.
A 20-year-old designer will work for fashion industry heavyweights Annah Stretton and NOM*d.
It's a growing global brand and it has big plans for Christchurch. Get ready to get inspired by lululemon athletica.
A popular arts and crafts co-op can no longer afford rent after the quake hit their central city shop.
Sarita McLean, president of the Christchurch South Rotary Club, shares her style tips.
Tapping into the psyche of Cantabrians caught Deborah Fuller by surprise.
Rebuild worker swaps high-vis for high heels
New Zealand's newly crowned Rose of Tralee will be swapping her ball gown for workboots and safety gear today.
Design talent takes to the catwalk
The incredibly talented students from the Design and Arts College hosted their traditional Fashion and Makeup Visual show last night - for the first time in two years.
Christchurch East MP Lianne Dalziel says her best style advice came from Judith Tizard.
Chalkydigits designer Liz Collins has turned an idea for a clothing line into a successful lifestyle brand.
Do you need a 'Quakeover'? A group of Christchurch students are willing to help you out.
"I saw this dress and couldn't resist it," says Sally Hickling.
Are there fashionable people in Chch's east?
A local photographer has set up a fashion blog to catalogue the "haphazard" style of residents in the eastern suburbs.
What's up with the lycra? And why do cycling critics like to spit out the words "lycra-clad" when discussing cyclists?
Debbie Lawson's latest DEVal designs are a far cry from the dolls outfits she made as a child.
You never really forget your first, do you? I certainly never have. It still happens almost every summer and invariably turns out to have been an error of judgment.
Please understand this men: Cup Week races are not a work do or a night on the town.
New Chch business offers men fresh supplies
An innovative online ordering system that ensures a constant supply of undies, socks and shaving gear has turned a Bryndwr bedroom into a distribution centre.
With so many different trends, styles and options, the girl next door needs a bit of expert help to prepare for her first Cup Day.
What started out as a hobby 10 years ago has evolved into a popular women's fashion label for Dual designer Caro Allison.
What to wear with heels and flats at Cup Week
What to wear with the highest heels, the flattest flats and styles from simple to baroque has never been so easy.
People at the CPIT campus show off their style.
If there is a story behind a wine, you can be sure that wine writer and commentator Yvonne Lorkin knows it.
Beck Eleven decided to put her hair up and celebrate turning 40 in style.
Four people at Hospital Corner show off their style.
Relocating Dfusion to Victoria St was not a good move, then the earthquake hit, and the baby came a month early. Bianca Waghorn explains how she turned it around.
Sukshma Paranjpe's travels have helped shape her fashion but for her it's not all about designer labels.
Fenella Frost's favourite accessory is a gold chain that belonged to her mother.
Not viable 'for such a small company'
A Christchurch clothing label will give NZ Fashion Week a miss this year as it is too big an investment for them.
Twenty-five years ago, Lynn Woods was at home wondering how she could make ends meet.
Christchurch students show off the "point of difference" in their style.
Four people show off their favourite fashion for their favourite season.
© Fairfax NZ NewsWhen the earthquake shook loose a collection of clothes from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, a Christchurch caterer decided to put them on the catwalk.