Best Dressed at iD Dunedin Fashion Week

Our pick of the most stylish looks at iD Dunedin, from Emilia Wickstead, Kate Sylvester, Zambesi and more


Emerging designer Hannah Kim wears pieces from her own brand, Haluminous

Art Green, from the first season of The Bachelor, wears an outfit by Zambesi

Judy Robinson wears a Comme des Garcons shirt, Rick Owens skirt, Maison Margiela clutch, and Tracey Neuls shoes

Designer Emilia Wickstead and her mother Angela, both wearing Emilia Wickstead. Read more about Emilia Wickstead.

Nom*d designer Margi Robertson wears a Nom*d T-shirt, Rick Owens coat, Comme des Garcons skirt and Comme des Garcons X Spalwart sneakers

Jan Warburton wears a Valentino coat, Fendi glasses, Issey Miyake dress, Maison Margiela shoes and jewellery by Michele Lamy

Barbara Brinsley wears Alexander McQueen glasses, Ralph Lauren pearls, Comme des Garcons skirt and shoes, Louis Vuitton bag and a Nom*D coat

Zambesi designer Elisabeth Findlay wears Zambesi with Rick Owens boots

Designer Kate Sylvester wears her own designs, with a Prada handbag

Long-time Kate Sylvester design assistant, and Sylvester designer Christine Leung wears Kate Sylvester and a Marc Jacobs handbag

Designer Richie Boyens wears pieces from his own label, Clothes I’ve Made

Emerging designer Yousef Akbar wears all his own brand Yousef Akbar and Saba shoes

Emerging designer Basak Cansin Ersoz wears a Basak top and headscarf with a Florence skirt

Stefan Siegel wears Public School sweater, vintage jacket, Neil Barrett pants and Saint Laurent boots. Read our interview with Stefan.

Hayden Worsfold wears a Johnnie-O T-shirt, Vans sneakers and Huffer jacket and pants

Emerging designer Benjamin Alexander wears his own designs

Huffer’s Steve Dunstan wears a Huffer T-shirt and shirt, Zara pants, Rolex watch and White Mountaineering x Adidas sneakers

Newshub reporter Jenny Suo wears a Karen Walker top and sunglasses with Lee jeans and Nude shoes

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