iD INTERNATIONAL EMERGING DESIGNER AWARDS
Partnered with Otago Polytechnic
H&J SMITH id international emerging designER first place Award
H&J Smith is privately owned regional department store group with stores in Invercargill, Dunedin, Queenstown, Gore, Balclutha, Te Anau, and Mosgiel.
Offering a comprehensive range of Fashion, Beauty, Gift, and Home Furnishings products the store holds a unique place in the New Zealand retail marketplace.
John and Marelda Gallaher Family ID INTERNATIONAL EMERGING DESIGNER SECOND PLACE AWARD
Gallery De Novo id international emerging designer third place award
Gallery De Novo opened in 2005, founded by co-owners Richelle Byers and Liz Fraser. Gallery De Novo has grown into one of Dunedin's leading galleries with an exciting and eclectic mix of talented New Zealand contemporary artists.
therapy + psychology ‘Free to be me’ award
The Free to Be Me award is aimed at embracing and empowering young people to freely express themselves. This is displayed in how they dress and move confidently beyond pressures to conform, taking pride and joy in truly being themselves.
barbara brinsley qsm ‘carpe diem’ award
Barbara Brinsley QSM was awarded the Queen’s Service Medal in 2019 for her services to art curation and is a Gold Partner of iD Dunedin.
The Fabric Store Award for Excellence in Design
$1,000 cash prize and $2,000 voucher
Beca Sustainability Prize
Cavalier Bremworth Wool Award
$1000 prize for the best garment featuring wool
Otago Polytechnic People’s Choice Award
$500 prize, voted live at the Regent Theatre by the audience
Viva Editorial Prize
Editorial spread in Viva Magazine awarded to the best New Zealand collection
Blunt Design Challenge
The winning design will be produced in a limited edition to sold in New Zealand, United Kingdom, USA, Canada and Asia
Holden Acadia Arrive in Style Award
$500 prize sponsored by the all-new Acadia
Apparel Magazine Most Commercial Collection Prize
An advertising and editorial spread in Apparel Magazine