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Passport To Fashion

Thu, 14 Oct 2004

Passport To Fashion

The combined forces of music and fashion come together next week on C4. For the first time there'll be highlights of all the shows at Air New Zealand Fashion Week free to air with shows at 7pm and 10.30pm on C4.

And as much a part of the week as a goodie bag and a catwalk is the official Air New Zealand Fashion Week t-shirt. This year's design features the work of Christchurch student Hannah Dickson.

Every delegate gets a tee shirt and matching bag when they register for the shows.

Elite sponsor MAX sells the ultimate fashion tee for $49 from this weekend with the matching bag on sale for $79 in their stores around the country. Be quick, last year they sold out in hours!

ENDS


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