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Hay! AGATHA Paris launches new fashion jewellery collection

Hay! AGATHA Paris launches its NEW fashion jewellery collection ‘Lady Farmer’ style

This new limited edition „Lady Farmer collection has come straight from Paris runway and is being showcased at AGATHA Paris only boutique in Australasia at the Top of Vulcan Lane, Auckland Central.

As one of the major draw cards for the High Street districts „First Light: Aucklands Fashion Night Out free event held on Friday 30 September – the new collection will be presented in elegant Lady Farmer style with a knitted kitchen garden window display from Paris, hay bales adorning the boutique (yes!), prize draws, champagne and a Devonshire tea serving instore from 12noon to 10pm, open to everyone.

The biggest new collection launch for AGATHA Paris in 2011, the collection is an all-British countryside inspired affair that features „small peas necklaces and delicate leaves used in rings, bracelets and necklaces... unique and distinctively French fashion jewellery.

Get down to AGATHA Paris at the top of Vulcan Lane to join in the First Light festivities and check out the NEW Lady Farmer collection now.

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