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Rachel designs for Red Sheds

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January 29, 2008


Rachel designs for Red Sheds

Rachel Hunter has a surprise coming for New Zealand shoppers later this year.

The latest issue of New Zealand Fitness magazine reveals she has designed a range of clothing for The Warehouse.

Editor Lorraine Thomson says the Glenfield-raised supermodel has designed a range called “Must Haves” for the megastore, which coincidentally also first opened in the same North Shore suburb.

New Zealand Fitness, on sale this week, also has swimwear pictures of Rachel who is about to relaunch her Lola range of swimwear for next summer.

The Warehouse range is completely separate and includes clothes “that Rachel would wear”, according to the marketing manager – a sister to an international fashion designer.

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