Ingrid Starnes Michael Ng/New Zealand Fashion Week Ingrid Starnes' Arcadia show delved back into the 1940s but twisted the styles to create a younger, trendier feel. The collection was partly inspired by the impossible romance of memory. With a backdrop designed by good friend Xanthe...

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...

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 all. Clothes: Nom D favourites and...

After a hiatus to have her second child, designer Cybèle Wiren's return to New Zealand Fashion Week was very welcome. Her collection, Nocturne, was inspired by the witching hour. Dark, elegant romance was on offer, and a heavy dose of it at that: black dominated the collection of draped and...

Photo: Katherine Lowe Murray Crane, who's a cynical kind of guy, wrote a list of things that would invariably occur during this year's New Zealand Fashion Week. One thing he mentioned was that there would be the usual plus-size/too-skinny/underage model debacle. Proving him right, last night...

I have the craziest FOMO right now – New Zealand Fashion Week started yesterday and I'm a world away here in New York sitting in front of my computer watching all my friends, colleagues, acquaintances and competitors having the time of their lives. My extreme love for NZFW was what kick...

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...

and the Designer Selection Show (DSS) is one of the most exciting and entertaining fashion shows of the week. Tickets to this once-a-year event are open for booking to the public and this year promises not to disappoint. The Viaduct Events Centre has taken stage as the glamorous new home of...

Absolut Vodka has, throughout the years, partnered with leading names in the fashion industry to create a variety of unique works of art. This year at the New Zealand Fashion Week 2011 will be no different as the company has announced its continuing support of the event as well as of three...

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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