Sustainable fashion need not be boring for winter, so rock on with Lunatopia. Michael Ng/New Zealand Fashion Week Miranda Brown's Conscious Cloth collection was a stand-out with its vibrant pops of colours and beautiful prints. All Creatures Great and Small featured beautiful stylized...

mini-dresses in both black and fuchsia found the perfect balance between punk and rock-cool while still being chic. A moody and earthy colour palette ruled this collection with moss, slate, earth brown and white suiting the tastes of the young party girl. Ingrid Starnes Michael Ng/New...

The second day of shows for New Zealand Fashion Week was more jam-packed than the first with a continuation of austere, commercially driven clothing that will sell come winter time. Twenty-Seven Names and Ingrid Starnes Twenty-Seven Names and Ingrid Starnes joined forces and showed as a...

Yesterday—day two of New York Fashion Week—saw runway shows from (from left to right) Rag & Bone, Rebecca Taylor, Jason Wu, and Peter Som, to name just a few. Accordingly there is plenty to talk about—Rag & Bone's expert layering and fun sources of inspiration, Jason Wu's luxe lace...

So with that in mind, if a respected stylist asks a girl to wear an outfit she might not feel comfortable wearing, she's not going to say no because she doesn't want to rock the boat or potentially mess up her gig. New Zealand Fashion Week should impose a 16 year old age limit for girls...

September 5, 2011 After a jam-packed week and with New Zealand Fashion Week 2011 nearing to a close, World put on a highly anticipated extravaganza to top it all off. As expected of World, it was not your usual run-of-the-mill catwalk show, which opened with three fabulous gold...

Nom D Vibe: Rock concert glam. Standing-only "seating" made it feel like you were more at the concert rather than a fashion show. Along with the seven balaclava-wearing drummers, this was a great opening to New Zealand Fashion Week. Black earplugs also added to the chicness of it...

A stand-out of the show was the almost dressing-gown-style wrap coat in peach with the floor-length leopard-print maxi, easy-wearing grungy glamour perfect for a winter's day. After a hiatus to have her second child, designer Cybèle Wiren's return to New Zealand Fashion Week was very welcome....

Matthew Beveridge/Matthew Beveridge Photography Above Stolen Girlfriends' Club's apocalyptic-themed show took place in an underground car park, with fashion editor Sopheak Seng calling the label's Dead End collection 'to date, one of the label's best'. Day three of New Zealand Fashion Week...

Whiri Michael Ng/New Zealand Fashion Week Whiri's Crossing Generations collection intertwined traditional linear patterns from Māori art and culture with modern textile prints, a combination which lead to a very cohesive range. The colour palette of earthy red, brown, grey and black was...

 

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