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L'oréal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003 Exclusively Live On Sky Digital Button 9

SKY Television's live coverage of L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week wraps up in style 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 New Generation 1 Group Show, Alan Mok/Alma Joung/Avvisuar, Liz Mitchell and Karen Walker.

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

Thursday 24th October

1130 – 1200 Review of Day 3 of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003 presented by Francesca Rudkin.

1200 – 1300 New Generation 1 Group Show – Three designers strut their stuff on the catwalk at L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003. Sidewalk, Cybele, Helen Talbot and Kristen .

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

1330 – 1430 Alan Mok/Alma Joung/Avvisuar collaborate to bring you a show titled “Saint’s Contradiction, Rock the Era.” The collection is called “Heaven and Hell.”

1430 – 1530 New Generation 2 Group Show – Four designers, Ink’d, Zya, IDXU and Ngati Babe exhibit their exciting and exotic fashions.

1530 – 1600 Live from the Powder Room of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.

1600 – 1700 Liz Mitchell has vast experience as a costume designer for screen and stage, which translates to her collections that draw on the dramatic and glamorous elements of fashion. This year’s show will feature celebrity models.

1700 – 1800 Live from the Powder Room of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.

1800 – 1900 Style on Stage – The best of the week’s catwalk shows combine for a fashion extravaganza.

1900 – 2030 Review of Day 4 of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.

2030 – 2130 Style on Stage – The best of the week’s catwalk shows combine for a fashion extravaganza. 2130 - 2230 Karen Walker is known around the globe for her ability to meld extremes; masculine & feminine, tailored and street, luxury and non-luxury. This is the first time Karen Walker has shown a collection at the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week.

2230 – 2330 Highlights from Days 1,2,3 & 4 of the L’Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.


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