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Images Of Westfield Style Pasifika 2005

September 10, 2005

Images Of Westfield Style Pasifika 2005

In the 12 years since Style Pasifika first began it has become a uniquely New Zealand fashion, cultural and arts event. It draws together all the influences and elements which make up the New Zealand community and presents them in an immensely entertaining and accessible way.

Flava 96.One Urban Streetwear: Lisa Hansen / Christchurch

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Creative NZ Body Art: Phil Du Chard

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Oyster Entertainment Traditionally Inspired: Sisifa Fifita / Mt Roskill / Auckland

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FashionNZ Three Piece Collection: Ahi Kolose / Massey / Auckland

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NZ Aids Foundation Pasifika Hero: Jennifer Jones / Massey / Auckland

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Poynter Menswear: Vinci Gin-nen and Fale Rodney / Mt Albert / Auckland

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Cut Above Pasifika Evening Wear: Natalia Choe / Auckland

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Tahiti Tourisme Pasifika Bridal: Lindah Lepou / Sandringham / Auckland

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Spasifik Magazine Parent and Child: Corrine Te Whata / Manukau / Auckland

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TV ONE in association with FINZ Supreme Award: Lindah Lepou/ Sandringham/ Auckland

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