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Berlei brings lingerie to New Zealand Fashion Week


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Media Alert
28 August 2014

Berlei brings lingerie to New Zealand Fashion Week

Earlier today Berlei brought an array of beautiful underwear ensembles down the runway at the Resene Designer Selection Show presented by Woman’s Day.

The lingerie brand designs to cater to all shapes and sizes without compromising on style.

“Berlei is committed to developing innovative bras and briefs that enhance, shape and transform women – helping them to look and feel their best every day. The show today was a true representation of this DNA with each product carefully engineered to offer superior support and fit for real women,” says Maria Boctor, Berlei Brand Manager.

Lace, bright colours and bold prints were on full display as the models came out wearing sexy co-ordinates, trendy athletic underwear and pretty matching bras and briefs.

Berlei will continue to showcase their new summer range at the Resene Designer Selection Shows until the end of the week.

Every range featured at the Berlei show is available in Farmers and independent retailers.

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