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Discover Dunedin Fashion with Mercure

Discover Dunedin Fashion with Mercure

Hundreds of fashionistas are set to flock to New Zealand’s underground fashion capital this March to see the future of fashion and discover the latest runway trends at Dunedin’s annual iD Fashion Week held from 10-17 March 2013.

To celebrate, Mercure Dunedin is pleased to release its newest accommodation package which is set to have followers of fashion and travellers ‘in the know’ with Dunedin’s top boutique and designer fashion stores.

Mercure’s new Fashion package includes one night’s accommodation for two in either a Standard King or Twin room, full cooked breakfast for two at Mercure’s Relish Restaurant and a personalised fashion tour (valued at $200 per person), all priced at just NZD $259.

Choose from three fashion tours, including Edgy Fashion (featuring Plume, Company of Strangers, Ruby, Belle Bird, Cuckoo’s Nest and Kiki Beware Refreshment Room), Classic Fashion (featuring Sheryl’s McPherson’s Salisbury Boutique, meet with David or Emily Cooper from Silkbody’s and the Carlson store) or Vintage Fashion (Vintage Dress Company, Tamsin Cooper and Charmaine Reveley’s).

Get a taste of the fashion tours here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=338h99zlSEw

Bookings for Mercure Dunedin’s fashion package are available now, for stays from 1 March – 1 June 2013. Fashion Tours run Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays only. For more information and to book, phone +64 3477 1145 or visit www.accorhotels.com see Offers and Deals/ Hotels & Activities.

The autumn months are ideal for fashionistas to explore the cornucopia of the fashion industry’s most exclusive local and international labels, as well as contemporary brands from the High Street, which await discovery in the boutiques and fashion stores of Dunedin.

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