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The Wellington fashion event of the year!

Fri, 27 Aug 2004

Walk on Water

You are cordially invited to the fashion event of the year!

The show is presented by Seventh Heaven and is called Walk on Water. It will be held at Wellington's historic Thorndon Pool on Thursday, September 9.

FASHION HOUSES SHOWING AT THIS PREMIERE EVENT INCLUDE: House of Hank, Robyn Mathieson, Starfish, Laurie Foon, Juno and Ish.

Walk On Water will be a sensory experience unprecedented in New Zealand fashion history.

TICKETS COST $35 AND ARE AVAILABLE NOW FROM:

HOUSE OF HANK: 145 Willis Street ROBYN MATHIESON: 89 Victoria Street ZSA ZSA SHOES: Shop 11, Capital on the Quay, Lambton Quay ULTRA SHOES: 55 Manners Mall STARFISH: 128 Willis Street JUNO: Shop 8, 142-148 Willis St

You must buy your ticket today as numbers are extremely limited and the event is expected to sell out very quickly.

PROUDLY SPONSORED BY: Seventh Heaven, Positively Wellington Business, Radio Active, Wellington City Council, Tardis, Charles Parsons, Zsa Zsa Shoes, Bloom & Grace WITH SUPPORT FROM: Totem, Get This One, Avenues Event Management.

ENDS

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