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Eco fashion event opens show to industry and public

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16 July 2014

Eco fashion event opens show to industry and public

New Zealand Eco Fashion Exposed has opened its Buyers & Media event to further industry, and has also announced a limited number of discounted tickets available to the public for a unique and up close sneak peek at a range of eco designers on the runway.

Thursday 24 July marks the date of the Buyers & Media show, a runway event which will showcase smaller “capsule” collections from runway designers, followed by a designer meet and greet session where attendees will have the chance to mix and mingle with both designers and models.

The Buyers & Media evening is free to attend for all buyers and media, and organisers have now announced the extension of this offer to all industry related professionals – hair, make-up, retail, and beauty professionals are all invited to enjoy complimentary access to the show.

To claim free tickets, would-be industry-related attendees and media must simply RSVP their attendance to info@nzecofashionexposed.co.nz.

Director Denise Anglesey says “we created this evening to provide a more intimate session for those interested in getting up close and personal with the fashion and designers. Media, buyers, retail, fellow designers, and all other fashion related industry professionals are invited to join us, and we have also decided to offer a limited number of discounted tickets to the public”.

Tickets for general public are available via Dash Tickets at just $15 each plus any relevant booking fees.

Models on the runway will be made-up by organic cosmetics brand SANTE.

The Buyers & Media Showcase is part of the extended NZ Eco Fashion Exposed 2014 programme, running from 24 – 27 July in Lower Hutt.

NZ Eco Fashion Exposed 2014 is proudly supported by Major Sponsor, Hutt City Council.

Further details for the event can be found online at www.nzecofashionexposed.co.nz.

ENDS.

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