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Model Auditions, Air New Zealand Fashion Week

Mon, 20 Sep 2004

Model Auditions, Air New Zealand Fashion Week,

Sat 25 September 9-10.30am

The Model Auditions for Air New Zealand Fashion Week 2004 are happening this Saturday 25 September at the Hilton Auckland.

Most of the designers participating in this year's Air New Zealand Fashion Week will be onsite to choose models with the right 'look' for their shows. Models, female and male, from New Zealand's top modeling agencies, will strut their stuff in the hope of being selected by the designers.

Media are welcome to attend.

To attend or for more information, please contact Jo Bell on tel. 09 302 7044, mob. 021 894 918 or email: media@nzfashionweek.com

Venue: Exhibition Space, Ground Floor, Hilton Auckland When: 25 September 2004 Time: 9.00 am - 11.30 am. Best time to attend is 9.00 am - 10.40 am when models from main agencies audition

For more information on Air New Zealand Fashion Week including the designers showing in this year's collections, a provisional schedule, or details of public events, go to www.nzfashionweek.com

Reminder: Registration to attend Air New Zealand Fashion Week closes Friday 24 September. To register, go to www.nzfashionweek.com. Queries about registration should be directed to media@nzfashionweek.com

ENDS

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