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More excitement from the L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week continues on SKY Television today.

>From 11:30am until late, Monday to Thursday, all the excitement of the L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week can be enjoyed live by anyone with SKY Digital by pushing button 9 on their remote control.

Featured designers today include Catch/Paula Sim, Glory/Jane Rhodes/Roisin Dubh Group Show, Angeline Harrington and Miranda Brown, IPG/IPB, Adrian Hailwood, Trelise Cooper, Doris de Pont and Sabatine WHITE.

See it all live on L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week channel, SKY Digital button 9.

Wednesday 22nd October

1130 – 1200 Review of Day 2 of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003 presented by Francesca Rudkin.

1200 – 1300 Catch/Paula Sim- These two young labels are paired for a slick, stylish, chic show.

1300 – 1330 Live from the Powder Room of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.

1330 – 1430 Glory/Jane Rhodes/Roisin Dubh Group Show These designers will showcase garments that are often works of art as well as wearable garments.

1430 – 1500 Live from the Powder Room of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.

1500 – 1600 Angeline Harrington and Miranda Brown pair up for a show of strong tailoring and an emphasis on geometric designs.

1600 – 1630 Live from the Powder Room of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.

1630 – 1730 IPG/IPB (International Play Girl/International Play Boy) present fashion garments that capture the allure of sexy European style with a hip street vibe.

1730 – 1830 Adrian Hailwood is a rising star in the NZ fashion industry. This collection will feature his own fabric designs and use of printed illustration.

1830 – 1930 Trelise Cooper presents her collection. Mystery and intrigue are hallmarks of this well-known designer’s unconventional clothing.

1930 – 2130 Highlights from Day 3 of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.

2100 – 2200 Doris de Pont (formerly DNA) is well known in New Zealand, Australia, and more recently London. She commissions a different artist each season to create original prints and her design is shaped by the climate, lifestyles, values and cultures of the Pacific.

2200 – 2300 Sabatine WHITE label showcases knits that are both practical and sexy. Look out for interesting details such as zips and texture.

2300 – 2330 Highlights from Days 1,2 & 3 of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.

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