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10 Reasons to Be At ANZFW 4 U

Fashion Week Goes Public

10 Reasons to Be At ANZFW 4 U

Non Stop Fashion - The Designer Selection Shows

With four shows throughout the day at 11am, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm, aspiring fashionistas will be able to view the in-season Summer 06/07 garments as well as a privileged sneak peek of the Winter 2007 ranges from New Zealand's favourite fashion designers.

Plus each show features a L'Oreal demonstration and mini shows from Bendon, Supre and the Mitchell diffusion line from Farmers - AND all tickets include a goodie bag!

This is your first chance to see what's hot for the coming seasons from New Zealand's favourite retail stores - don't miss out!

>> For the full schedule click here

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