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Hallenstein Brothers dresses up for Playmates

We are pleased to announce the upcoming arrival of three Playmates to New Zealand.

Hallenstein Brothers launch their summer clothing range with exclusive party

Event to be hosted by three Playmates

Hallenstein Brothers is pleased to announce an exclusive cocktail party to be hosted by three iconic Playmates in Auckland this November.

Hallenstein Brothers have been dressing Kiwi men for over 100 years and say they have experienced a dramatic surge in demand for suits over the last twelve months.

Glenn Hunter, General Manager, Hallenstein Brothers says “Throughout history guys have dressed in suits when they need to create the right impression. They know that dressing up helps get them a job, impress women, and get what they want. After years of casual dressing Kiwi guys are embracing the power of the suit like never before.”

To celebrate, Hallenstein Brothers will launch its summer range with an exclusive cocktail party in the style of a glamorous 60s party with a contemporary twist. Hunter says, “The 60s was an era when going out meant guys suiting up, styling their hair, and making an effort to impress. No party was more glamorous than one attended by glamorous Playmates, so we couldn’t think of anyone more appropriate to host the event than three Playmates from today.”

Famous former Playmates include Marilyn Monroe, Drew Barrymore, Rachel Hunter, Jenny McCarthy and Pamela Anderson.

“We want to give a select group of our customers a unique opportunity to meet these iconic Playmates and enjoy a party that we think will definitely be a night to remember,” says Hunter. “It’s all about dressing up to get in where you shouldn’t.”

The event will be the party of the year and a golden ticket for many. Entry to the private function will be strictly limited.

More information to follow…

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NB: A Hallenstein Brothers production/ this event is not sponsored by Playboy

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