ID Dunedin Fashion Week is way more fun when you go with someone who is as enthusiastic as you to hunt out vintage feature pieces to wear to the shows!
Each year my Aunt Adair and I hit the pre-loved and vintage clothing shops in Dunedin months before IDFW to source options. Our outfits then change and morph over time as we
Woohoo, it’s been another great ID Dunedin Fashion Week! Every year I try to out-do the previous outfit i’ve worn to the Friday Show, making sure I represent vintage and locally handmade feature pieces. This year I teamed up with Sarah from Mean Streak Vintage in Auckland. She creates these amazing dramatic headpieces and I knew I had to have one for IDFW! Sarah is open to inquiries about making custom pieces (music to my ears) and after an enthusiastic yes to making a collab crown, I sent her photos of my dress fabric. I was pretty blown away after seeing
Incase you haven’t heard, it’s iD Dunedin fashion Week, and I’m capturing event and street style as part of iD Media! I’m also sharing as many of my my own looks this week with the aim to shine a spotlight on vintage and inject more colour into the crowds.
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These lovely ladies were down from Auckland for IDFW and having a ball at the opening of the Dunedin Online Pop Up Department Store!
Here is my Aunty Adair’s outfit for iD Dunedin Fashion Week 2014 !!
Wow, IDFW has been a whirlwind events! I was accepted to be part of iD Dunedin Fashion Week Media again this year and have enjoyed snapping event & street style for the past 6 days. It’s all been ‘go go go’ since I started
The Vintage Roundup is a vintage clothing market designed by Tannia Lee which brings together the very best of Dunedin’s vintage clothing scene. Vintage lovers visited over the two days to hunt for treasures with all of their fave vintage clothing shops, online sellers and collectors all under one roof!