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Fashion Week at Atrium on Elliott

ATRIUM ON ELLIOTT

PRESS RELEASE 13 SEPTEMBER 2006

Fashion Week at Atrium on Elliott

Relax, enjoy, and indulge yourself at Atrium on Elliott shopping centre in the heart of Auckland city. You’ll find over 60 stores under one roof, and plenty to see and do.

Following on from Air New Zealand Fashion Week, Atrium on Elliott invites you to come and enjoy our FASHION SHOW, this will be held on Wednesday the 27th, Thursday the 28th and Friday the 29th of September between 12:30 and 1:15 each day. When you join us on level 2 you will discover an action packed display of the latest in summer STREET and SPORTS WEAR, DAY, CASUAL and BUSINESS WEAR, EVENING WEAR, LINGERIE and SLEEPWEAR. All fashions will be paraded and displayed on the Atrium Link Bridge to the funky sounds of hip hop, soul and salsa, by the fabulous guys and girls from Soul of Siren.

Don’t miss this fabulous event once again performed by Soul of Siren Productions. They are one of New Zealand’s largest dance talent agencies, and provide some of the most stunning and dazzling live dance entertainment seen in this country.

Come along to Atrium on Elliott. We’re situated in the heart of Auckland city, just across from Sky City and a 5 minute walk from ferries and the waterfront. Whether you’re looking for a fantastic new outfit for yourself or the perfect gift for a friend, Atrium on Elliott provides something for everyone.

Atrium on Elliott is the home of Rebel Sport, No1 Shoe Warehouse, Max, Sussan and George Harrison in the city, as well as a wide range of shops including Vodafone, health and beauty, flowers and fashion to suit every taste.

Take your time to relax at Atrium on Elliott and discover this unique world of shopping. Browse through our extensive range of clothing for men and ladies, accessories and footwear, health food, gifts and skincare. Don’t forget while you indulge in a fresh coffee you can wait to collect that extra set of keys cut at Quick Fix (cobbler, key cutting and engraving), drop off your dry cleaning at Auckland Clothing Alterations and then enjoy a treatment at Bliss Reflexology or a deep tissue massage on your neck, back and shoulders by X.F. Health Massage.

Once you’ve pampered the body and worked up an appetite shopping, Atrium on Elliott has one of Auckland’s largest international food courts, with cuisine from Asia, Europe, Middle East and the Americas, as well as cafes and restaurants. Yum Cha is served 7days a week at Dragon Boat Restaurant at the Elliott Street entrance.

If you’re driving there is Free parking at Atrium Carpark (entrance from Albert Street). Monday to Friday, first hour free*. Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays, all day free until 6pm*.

So whatever you’re looking for Atrium on Elliott has everything under one roof, the perfect place to relax, enjoy and indulge!

ENDS

Atrium on Elliott, 21-25 Elliott Street, Auckland City.

17 Food outlets, 29 Fashion and Accessory shops, 6 Gift and Souvenir retailers, 11 Health and Beauty specialists, Vodafone First Mobile, Rebel Sport, No1 Shoe Warehouse, Auckland Clothing Alterations, Quick Fix (cobbler, key cutting & engraving), Floral Designs by Iris, ASB & Westpac ATMs.

OPENING HOURS: Mon - Thu: Shops 9am - 6pm, Foodcourt 7am - 6pm. Fri: Shops 9am - 7pm, Foodcourt 7am - 8pm. Weekends & Public Holidays: Shops 10am - 5pm, Foodcourt 9am - 5pm.

FREE PARKING at ATRIUM CARPARK (Carpark entrance on Albert Street) Mon to Fri - First hour free*. Sat, Sun and Public Holidays - All day free parking until 6pm.
*with same day proof of purchase of $5.00 or more from any ATRIUM ON ELLIOTT outlet. Take receipt of purchase to the Management Office on level 3 to get your parking discount.

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