Pieces of fabric create architectural shapes assembled with duct tape by Canadian designer Alexandra Armata.
Clean lines juxtaposed with raw seams
Exaggerated sleeves from menswear collection by Emily Stone University of Technology.
Felted wool adds texture to lightweight feminine florals.
Glam sequins made from recycled softdrink cans from Olivia Balle and Kristen Meaclem.
A play on texture at iD Emerging Design Awards.
iD International Emerging Designer Awards collection inspired by Sydney fish markets.
Nehma Vitols steals the show as Supreme Award winner with innovative textiles.
Sonia Sly is an RNZ producer, runs her own fashion website and presents RNZ's fashion podcast My Heels are Killing Me.
She's been attending iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
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