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Fashion Week celebrates Moët & Chandon

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16 July 2008

Air New Zealand Fashion Week celebrates Moët & Chandon as 'Champagne' of the Collections.

The world's most loved champagne, Moët & Chandon is to show at Air New Zealand Fashion Week as the 'champagne' of New Zealand's prestigious and most stylish fashion event.

Moët &Chandon champagnes will be served at all the official functions of the collections and will be sold onsite at all Air New Zealand Fashion Week bars, cafes and restaurants.

David Ridley, General Manager for Moët & Chandon in New Zealand says the company is proud to be an official supplier to Air New Zealand Fashion Week.

"Champagne is synonymous with celebration and Air New Zealand Fashion Week is most definitely a celebration of style, creativity and business success. We believe aligning Moët & Chandon with New Zealand's premier fashion event will not only provide great profile for our champagne but ensure the guests celebrate success in style," he says.

Pieter Stewart, managing director of Air New Zealand Fashion Week agrees.

"Moët &Chandon has been a partner of Fashion Weeks across the globe, whether in Sydney or Milan, São Paulo or Tokyo, London or New York, Shanghai or Amsterdam. We are delighted to have the opportunity to have Moët & Chandon celebrate Air New Zealand Fashion Week here in Auckland," she says.

This year the Moët & Chandon Lounge will be the definitive destination for designers, stylists, models, buyers, journalists, photographers and fashion insiders to catch up over a glass of Brut Impérial between shows. Styled by interior decorator, Anya Vitali, the bar will be themed with Moët & Chandon's signature colors of black and gold.

For the duration of Fashion Week, the luxurious Moët & Chandon Lounge will be serving Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial, Rosé Impérial, and Grand Vintage 2000 Blanc, as well as sparkling wines from it's Australian winery, including Chandon Brut NV, Chandon NV Rosé and Chandon Cuvée Riche.

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