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Stellar New Line-up Revealed for Id Fashion Week 2016

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 Stolen Girlfriends Club, Zambesi, TUR, Julian Danger and this year’s iD International Emerging Designer Awards winner, Steve Hall, are among a fresh new line-up for next year’s iD Dunedin Fashion Week, to be held from March 12-20, 2016.

Heading into its 17th year, iD’s much-anticipated catwalk shows held at Dunedin’s historic Railway Station on Friday March 18 and Saturday March 19, will feature 13 designers new to iD, alongside the city’s iconic labels NOM*d, Carlson, Mild-Red, Company of Strangers, Dada Collection and Charmaine Reveley.

Other new designers on the runway for next year include upcycled clothing label Melanie Child, bags from Amelia Boland in collaboration with luxury merino label, Perriam, and New Lands, from Queenstown based Natalie Newlands, who will show capsule collections.

Advocate photo by PAM BORDELON --- Wild Blue spokesmodel Sadie Robertson, center, is joined by mom Korie Robertson, left, and grandmother Chrys Howard at the launch of the new line at rue21 at the Mall of Louisiana in Baton Rouge.
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Luxury label DEVáL is back for 2016, as is Kingston-based designer Jane Sutherland who are both part of the Dunedin’s Golden Centre Mall Capsule Collection. Recent Otago Polytechnic graduate Daniel Kwok (who was amongst the six local graduates chosen to show at iD in 2015) will also show his winter collection Cloaked 2.0 from his label KWOK’s Revolution. A selection of six local fashion graduates and the winners from the 2016 iD International Emerging Designer Awards will also show alongside an international and Kiwi guest designer yet to be revealed.

This year’s show selector, Fashion Quarterly magazine editor Sally-Ann Mullin, says there was a high standard of applicants this year and the selection chosen will make for an exciting and fresh show.

“iD crowds can look forward to seeing some inspiring new design coming from upcoming designers alongside stellar collections from some of New Zealand's favourite designers.

“It's fantastic to see iD welcoming new designers from outside the city and offering audiences a fresh perspective on fashion in New Zealand, while also ensuring the week remains fashion forward by encouraging new emerging designers.”

Tickets go on sale on January 18 for next year’s Railway shows and the 12th annual iD International Emerging Designer Awards, to be held at the Dunedin Town Hall on Thursday March 17.

“iD Fashion Week is not only a platform for showcasing our extraordinary established designers from Dunedin, but also a runway where we want to show off breakthrough talent,” says iD Dunedin Fashion Week Committee Chair Cherry Lucas.

“We’re excited to be welcoming some of the country’s most popular labels out of Auckland, alongside some of the new labels to watch. It’s going to be a stand-out show.”

Guest announcements will be coming next month and promise to build on the success seen with previous guests including Paris-based Australian designer Martin Grant, UK celebrity milliner Stephen Jones, Zandra Rhodes, Akira Isogawa, French label Lutz Huelle and last year’s L.A. Frock Stars vintage fashion curator Doris Raymond.

iD Dunedin Fashion Week is supported by the Dunedin City Council.

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