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Images: Westfield Style Pasifika Awards 2006

Images: Westfield Style Pasifika Awards 2006

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Tallulah Filloy TV1 Supreme Award Winner
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An innovative and exciting representation of a traditional Maori woman’s costume combined with a traditional Maori moko and titled Te Moko is the winner of the Supreme Award for Westfield Style Pasifika Fashion Awards 2006.

The garments onstage ranged from show stoppers to the very classic – all with a touch of the South Pacific and a celebration of this part of the world which is the hallmark of Westfield Style Pasifika. Categories were accompanied by entertainers including Che Fu, Spacifix and Aaradhna.


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Kerry Funnell Pasifika Fashion Arts Trust Highly Commended
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Keri Wanoa & Hemi Sundgren Flava Streetwear Winner
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Alla Sosnovskaia Oyster Entertainment Bridal Winner
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Michal Suebakk SkyCity Evening Winner
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Jane Leuii NZ Aids Foundation Hero Winner
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Belinda Hunt Asia NZ Foundation Parent and Child Winner
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Rubi Taitu’uaga Fudge Menswear Winner
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