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Westfield Brings Trinny & Susannah To NZ

Westfield Brings Trinny & Susannah To NZ

The waiting is finally over for New Zealand fans of global style experts, Trinny & Susannah, with Westfield announcing it’s bringing the duo to New Zealand for their very first visit in February 2008. With diaries more packed than their wardrobes it’s taken more than four years of planning to secure the stars of the hit TV style makeover shows ‘What Not to Wear and ‘Undress the Nation’ for a five day tour down-under.

Trinny & Susannah will begin their Westfield tour on 28 February 2008 and will host a series of public events at key Westfield shopping centres, as well as an exclusive live styling session that will help Westfield customers dress with complete confidence for their shape and size.

The irreverent Trinny & Susannah first teamed up in 1994 to write Ready to Wear, a down-to-earth weekly style guide for4 the Daily Telegraph in the UK, a phenomenally successful column which ran for seven years.

In 2001, they joined the BBC to present ‘What Not to Wear’, a makeover program that entered the national fashion consciousness like no other and broadcast around the world.
In 2006, Trinny & Susannah launched their own range of Original Magic Knickers and this year released an exclusive range of shape focused clothing in the UK.
Both accomplished authors of five internationally bestselling no-nonsense style books. Trinny & Susannah currently write a weekly column for The Sun Newspaper in the UK and have a new series called ‘Trinny and Susannah Undress the Nation’ which will screen on TV ONE in February, 2008.

Their latest book ‘Trinny & Susannah – The Body Shape Bible’ is widely available at book stores throughout Westfield NZ shopping centres.


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