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Five Key Sponsors Sign Up For NZ Runway

Media Release
Friday October 8, 2004


New Zealand Runway 2004 - the country's inaugural public event celebrating fashion, lifestyle and innovation - has secured five major sponsors, each of whom will be supporting some of the extravaganza's major attractions.

The Diet Coke Art Arena will showcase live local music and DJs, performance based street and designer fashion shows and feature the finest in contemporary New Zealand art.

Peugeot is sponsoring the Peugeot Designer Runway - featuring highlights from Air New Zealand Fashion Week's 'Best Of...' shows, alongside additional shows from leading local and international collections.

Hewlett Packard New Zealand plays host to the HP Urban Showroom - offering the latest in lifestyle, home design, interiors and architecture - including award-winning furnishings and luxury goods.

Feltex Fashion Walk is a must see to view the latest ranges in men's and women's fashion and accessories - and purchase favourite pieces.

And to experience the finest in beauty and well being - while being pampered with complimentary beauty treatments - a visit to the Schick Intuition Spa is the ultimate indulgence.

Says NZ Runway's Charleen Oliver: "Without support from these major brands, New Zealand Runway 2004 would not be possible. We are delighted to have secured companies of this calibre that share in our vision of celebrating New Zealand's unique style and innovation."

NZ Runway tickets are available through Ticketek (09 307 5000) or for further information visit


Prepared on behalf of New Zealand Runway by Publicis Drum

About NZ Runway:

NZ Runway 2004 is the first public event celebrating fashion, lifestyle, entertainment, design and indulgence - a unique celebration of New Zealand talent, originality and innovation.Although fully independent of Air New Zealand Fashion Week, NZ Runway will show highlights from ANZFW at daily catwalk shows as well as fashion in all its guises: the finest in New Zealand food, wine, music, dance, beauty, art and interiors.


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