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Westfield Fashion Weekend returns for Autumn 2018

Two-day fashion festival with events, experiences and offers nationwide at Westfield

Westfield’s Fashion Weekend is back, taking place over Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 March, with two days of offers, entertainment and all the latest in Autumn fashion to kick start your new-season wardrobe.

Westfield centres across the North and South Island will be buzzing with fashion and beauty experiences, retailer offers, live catwalks, free sampling and pop-ups.

As one of the largest sales event of the new season, shoppers will have access to over 50 offers across four centres from brands including Nike, Country Road, Cotton On, Decjuba, Peter Alexander plus many more.

For those who want to shop now and pay later, pioneering payment platform Afterpay will be available across a range of Westfield retail stores nationwide overFashion Weekend. Customers who shop in store with Afterpay over the weekend will also automatically go in the running to win a $5,000 Westfield Gift Card.

Fashion Weekend events and experiences include:
Westfield St Lukes: Complimentary Farmers mini make-overs, an Autumn inspired roaming fashion show, personal styling sessions and a selfie competition for shoppers to go in the draw to win a $500 gift card
Westfield Albany: A Autumn inspired 2018 roaming fashion show, beauty offers at retailers Body Shop and Kiehls
Westfield Manukau: Complimentary Farmers mini make-overs, Vivo Braid Bar, roaming catwalks and free goodies including popcorn and fairy floss handouts
Westfield Riccarton: Free Smashbox five-minute eyebrow makeovers, complimentary fashion shows, ghd hairstyling workshop and beauty offers from the likes of Estee Lauder, The Body Shop and Rodney Wayne

A taster of some of the Fashion Weekend offers available* at Westfield centres include:
• 20% off full price merchandise at Platypus Shoes
• 20% off Decjuba (excluding D-LUXE)
• 20% off full priced items at kikki.K
• 25% off everything at Country Road (excluding CR. Capsule)
• 25% off full price at Rodd & Gunn
• Bras N Things: Save $20 when you spend $100 or more
• Industrie: 20% off full price merchandise when you buy two or more items
• Cotton On: Bonus beanie with any purchase
• T2: Bonus tea with any purchase over $50

For more information visit for the full Fashion Weekend event schedule.


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