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NZ Eco Fashion Exposed Search for Sustainable Style Model

10 February 2014

New Zealand Eco Fashion Exposed Search for Sustainable Style Model 2014

New Zealand Eco Fashion Exposed has released details of the search for Sustainable Style Model 2014. Ideally we would like to choose from someone living in or around the Wellington region to apply for logistical reasons.

Hannah Pasene who is from Wainuiomata, is the current Sustainable Style Model and she did an amazing job and leaves big shoes to fill says Director Denise Anglesey. “It was incredible to see the International Media response to the event with the young woman appearing on the likes of Los Angles Fashion, publishers of the LA Fashion Magazine and the LA Fashion Weekly with an article written by Sustainablog Journalist Talancia Pea from the United States . This was one of many international articles which featured the New Zealand launch of the Eco Fashion Exposed Inaugural Runway. “This was something I certainly was not prepared for says Denise”.

The Inaugural event was held in September last year and featured 12 New Zealand Eco Designers from all over New Zealand.

“This year we are extending the event to runway over 3 days 24th – 26th July” in Lower Hutt, Wellington.

Details of how to enter the search for Sustainable Style Model are on our website and face book page. Participants must join the search event, submit a photo and write a sentence as to why they love eco fashion. https://www.facebook.com/nzecofashionweek (events section).

It’s all about spreading the word about eco (sustainable fashion) and creating opportunities for young people.

This is the first online event leading up to the New Zealand Eco Fashion Exposed Runway in July. Other events will follow in the lead up to the runway including one open to the general public via face book run by Auckland Stylist Nora Swann of Kila’s Style.

Designers and the general public are encouraged to join the Runway Face Book page at www.facebook.com/nzecofashionweek for updates and releases of the second year of New Zealand Eco Fashion Exposed.

www.nzecofashionweek.com

ENDS

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