The original Kiwi Bachelor, Art Green, and his girlfriend Matilda Rice will take to the country's longest runway at iD Dunedin Fashion Week next month.

The pair will make their iD debut modelling t-shirts from Dunedin's Golden Centre Mall capsule collection.

According to Green, they're looking forward to their model moment which will see them parade the platform of Dunedin's historic Railway Station on Saturday, March 19.

"Being once part of the Dunedin student community, I know how important this event is - to the city, and to New Zealand. I'm looking forward to seeing the iD International Emerging Designer Awards show and the latest new fashion from around the world," said Green.

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And for local fans, there's ample opportunity to get some time with the pair to talk paleo and designer t-shirts.

The couple will appear at the Golden Centre Mall to sign copies of Green's new book, Eat Clean Live Lean and, if you miss them there, there's also the chance to win double VIP tickets to their catwalk run and a lunch date with them at the Carlton Restaurant, Scenic Hotel Southern Cross.

Oh gosh, look what I happened to stumble upon. Is that @art_green's new book?! What a FANTASTIC Christmas present ?? #constantlyproudofyou #shamelessplug A photo posted by Matilda Rice (@matootles) on Dec 18, 2015 at 3:56pm PST

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General Manager of Dunedin's Golden Centre Mall, Simon Eddy, is chuffed to be able to bring Green down south, saying he's "looking forward to providing the opportunity for our customers to meet Art at one of the many exclusive events held at the official iD Fashion Week Hub at Dunedin's Golden Centre Mall."

Art's previous model moments

Art featured in Kathryn Wilson's show at Clicquot in the Snow last year. Photo / Norrie Montgomery
Art featured in Kathryn Wilson's show at Clicquot in the Snow last year. Photo / Norrie Montgomery
Wearing Working Style at NZ Fashion Week last year. Photo / Norrie Montgomery
Wearing Working Style at NZ Fashion Week last year. Photo / Norrie Montgomery

- nzherald.co.nz