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Celine Rita Celebrates at New Zealand Fashion Week

Celine Rita Celebrates at New Zealand Fashion Week

Alongside some of New Zealand’s most influential and cherished fashion brands, boutique fashion label Celine Rita will celebrate their 5th birthday with a Parisian-inspired solo show at New Zealand Fashion Week. Guests can expect a unique Celine Rita twist on Parisian life, love and culture.

Celine Champan, Celine Rita’s Owner and Designer, says she's thrilled to be back at Fashion Week this year with one of her favourite collections to date.

"I'm in love with our Winter '15 collection. I think it's one of our most beautiful, awe-inspiring seasons that really captures the essence of who we are as a brand - I can't wait to see it on the catwalk at NZFW,

"The atmosphere around the show is also hugely important to me, myself and my team are working very hard to create an experience that leaves our guests feeling excited about our label, and an glimpse into the Celine Rita world that we put so much heart into every day," says Chapman.

Celine Rita first emerged in the fashion scene with her New Generation show in 2010 where she gained industry praise and recognition. Celine Rita then went on to complete her first solo show at NZFW in 2011.

"We haven't been part of the Fashion Week fold for three years and I'm so excited to bring Celine Rita back to the catwalk, and celebrate such an important milestone for us – we’re five now!" adds Chapman.

Celine Rita's show is on Thursday 28th August at 11 am. Keep an eye on Celine Rita's website, Facebook page and instagram for more updates and ticket giveaways in the lead up to New Zealand Fashion Week.

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www.celinerita.com
Facebook/CelineRita
Instagram/CelineRita

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