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HP Model for a day


HP Model for a day

The search is on for funky, talented men and women to be models for a day and hit the catwalk along side some of New Zealand’s top models & talent.

91 ZM and Hewlett Packard are holding auditions for both professional and aspiring models to feature in high profile fashion shows at the exciting, new fashion event, NZ Runway. NZ Runway is a consumer focused event showcasing the best of NZ fashion design and lifestyle and will also feature live music and performances by leading artists.

Supported by New Zealand Fashion Week Limited, NZ Runway will be held at Auckland’s Viaduct Harbour over Labour Weekend (22-25 October).

“We are excited to be opening the casting up to the public and are inviting anyone who thinks they have ‘what it takes’ to come down and audition- no experience is necessary just confidence and attitude” says NZ Runway organiser Charleen Oliver.

Casting will involve a brief interview and a walk down the catwalk for a panel of the industries best and guest celebrity judges.

Those selected will get to experience the lifestyle of a fashion model and strut their stuff on NZ Runway’s Diet Coke Art Arena.

Models will show designer street wear, be styled by top hair and make-up artists and rub shoulders with leading designers.

Public auditions will be held on Sunday 12 September at 135 Halsey St, at the former Alinghi Cup base, between 4.00pm and 6.30pm.

Applicants must be between 17-30 years old, girls 175cm or taller and guys 183cm or over, and everyone must provide a full body colour photo.

For further information contact NZ Runway on (09) 358 3488 or email info@nzrunway.com.

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