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All Blacks in their Jockeys at New Zealand Fashion Week

DJ Forbes, TJ
Perenara, Victor VIto, Tawera Kerr-Barlow, Gillies Kaka in
Jockey at NZFW
DJ Forbes, TJ Perenara, Victor VIto, Tawera Kerr-Barlow, Gillies Kaka in Jockey at NZFW

Media Alert
28 August 2014

Jockey puts on a show like no other

All Blacks and All Blacks Sevens players tackle the catwalk in only their briefs

Earlier today Jockey gave hundreds of New Zealand Fashion Week goers quite the show as some of our favourite All Blacks and All Blacks Sevens players made their catwalk debut in nothing but their Jockeys.

Walking the runway like naturals in the finale segment of today’s Resene Designers Selection Show, All Blacks Victor Vito, TJ Perenara and Tawera Kerr-Barlow together with All Blacks Sevens players DJ Forbes and Gillies Kaka had no problem strutting their stuff in the latest Jockey Men’s range.

“The boys did an amazing job, despite the little time they had to rehearse. It was great to see them approach the experience with such enthusiasm and good humour. The audience loved them, cheering and clapping as each one made their appearance. It was a perfect way to end the show,” says Will Radford, New Zealand Marketing Manager for Jockey.

The players were also joined by Jockey brand ambassador Nikki Phillips in this special one-off appearance who was there to showcase the new female range of Parisian-inspired intimates.

“Having Nikki was fantastic as she helped us to also show off our newest female collection. Jockey caters to men and women so it was important that we represented both at New Zealand Fashion Week,” says Radford.

Every range featured at the Jockey show is available in Farmers, Rebel Sport, independent retailers and at the online store www.jockeynz.co.nz.

Jockey is the official off-field sponsor of the All Blacks and All Blacks Sevens.

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Nikki Phillips at
NZFW
Nikki Phillips at NZFW

Nikki Phillips at
NZFW
Nikki Phillips in Jockey Parisienne Blue at NZFW

Nikki Phillips at
NZFW
Nikki Phillips in Jockey Performance at NZFW

Tawera Kerr-Barlow,
TJ Perenara, Nikki Phillips, Victor Vito, Gillies Kaka & DJ
Forbes in Jockey at NZFW
Tawera Kerr-Barlow, TJ Perenara, Nikki Phillips, Victor Vito, Gillies Kaka & DJ Forbes in Jockey at NZFW

Tawera Kerr-Barlow,
TJ Perenara, Nikki Phillips, Victor Vito, Gillies Kaka, DJ
Forbes in Jockey at NZFW
Tawera Kerr-Barlow, TJ Perenara, Nikki Phillips, Victor Vito, Gillies Kaka, DJ Forbes in Jockey at NZFW

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