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Waiwera Infinity Dives Into Air NZ Fashion Week

Waiwera Infinity Dives Into Air NZ Fashion Week

Fresh from sponsoring the New Zealand Olympic sailing team in Athens, Waiwera Infinity is diving into another international event – Air New Zealand Fashion Week.

Waiwera Infinity, New Zealand’s first micro ionic water, has become the official water sponsor of the premier fashion occasion being staged in Auckland from 17 – 21 October. Waiwera Infinity’s international liaison, Melanie-Michele Harcrow says she and her team are “absolutely delighted” to be associated with the event for the first time.

“The link between the two entities is a logical one given Fashion Week’s continued focus on inner and outer beauty, health and well-being,” she says. “Waiwera Infinity offers consumers an authentic healthy water option. The brand’s home, Waiwera Infinity Thermal Spa Resort, is also about to undergo a $125 million redevelopment involving the creation of the country’s first international-standard wellness centre which will focus on inner and external health and offer state-of-the-art wellness techniques and technology. The end result will be something all New Zealanders can be proud of – much like the designs at Air New Zealand Fashion Week.”

A deluxe hotel, apartments, retail and conference facilities are also part of the redevelopment which gets underway in a few months. In the meantime, the Waiwera team are focused on ensuring Air New Zealand Fashion Week models, media and delegates enjoy a refreshing and truly healthy taste of New Zealand.

Waiwera Infinity has been scientifically proven to have fast hydrating properties and can assist in balancing the bodies pH, scavenge free radicals and slow the aging process. Something everyone, not just models, aspires to.

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