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Angela Dunn Model Workshops Sunday 10 October 2004

Angela Dunn Model Workshops Sunday 10 October 2004

International model Angela Dunn has walked every runway from London to Milan, Tokyo to Paris and New York to Sydney, but she's never appeared at a fashion week in New Zealand until 2004.

And she's not here to impress the designers. As one of New Zealand's most sought after and experienced models, Angela is coming back home to help ensure the standards at Air New Zealand Fashion Week are the best they can be.

Angela has starred in collections for Issey Miyake, Yves St Laurent, Chanel and all the major designers of Europe and America. Her experience is second to none when it comes to style and presentation.

Angela will hold two seminars for models in Auckland prior to this year's collections on the Sunday 10 October. She will share her experience, knowledge and secrets with a limited group of models, who have already been selected to appear at Air New Zealand Fashion Week.

In professional development terms Angela's advice is priceless. The workshops will be a chance for models to have one-on-one discussion with Angela and a critique from one of the world's best.

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