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Fashion Week presents ANZFW 4 U Saturday Sept 23

For Immediate Release
4th July 2006

CALENDAR ALERT

Air New Zealand Fashion Week presents ANZFW 4 U Saturday September 23rd

For the first time Air New Zealand Fashion Week opens its doors to the public for a twelve hour celebration of New Zealand music, art and fashion.

Created to meet the public’s growing demand for access to what is essentially a trade event, Air New Zealand Fashion Week 4 U will give New Zealand’s fashion followers access to the venue, like they have never had before.

With live bands, DJs and fashion shows throughout the day guests will be able to celebrate the best of New Zealand’s creative talents all under the one roof.

Designer Selection catwalk shows will offer the public the chance to experience a taste of what international media and buyers travel the world to see. Just like the international VIPs the local fashionistas will leave with their own Fashion Week goody bag

For those who love a fashion bargain, a Designer Garage Sale featuring New Zealand’s top labels selling end of line and sample pieces for rock bottom prices will be open next door to ANZFW 4 U.

Promising to be the most fashionable day out for the year ANZFW 4 U tickets are on sale NOW via the Air New Zealand Fashion Week website www.nzfashionweek.com or ticketek www.ticketek.co.nz

Air New Zealand Fashion Week 2006 will open Monday 18th September with the trade show running from Tuesday 19th to Friday 22nd September.

For more information please contact the Air New Zealand Fashion Week Media Office


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