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Air New Zealand Fashion WeekEND


There’s a new weekend in town – “Air New Zealand Fashion WeekEND” can be enjoyed by everyone on Friday September 20th and Saturday September 21st!

Air New Zealand Fashion WeekEND

• Saturday 20th September and Sunday 21st September

• Fashion WeekEND is a culmination of New Zealand’s finest fashion, beauty and entertainment.

• Areas include the Rumpus Room, The Beauty Zone, The Seminar Room, The Designer Garage Sale, onsite Restaurant, onsite Bar, 2 x Fashion Sheds

• Anyone can attend the Halsey Street venue, from young adults, to families, to those with an interest in fashion, or anyone who’s missed out on seeing a fashion show during the trade week.

• A key highlight at Air New Zealand Fashion WeekEND is the Designer Garage Sale! Last year’s Designer Garage Sale proved so popular that we’ve decided to move the sale event to a bigger venue - The Westpac Tent. So this year there’ll be even more high fashion men’s and women’s brands, and accessories to choose from!

• TICKETING INFORMATION - Air New Zealand Fashion WeekEND tickets include General Admission, which provides full access to the Public Days but excludes Designer Selection Shows. Designer Selection Show tickets include a General Admission Ticket. Premier Hosting Packages provide access to selected shows throughout the trade event. Gate entry fee $30.00, Earlybird tickets $25.00 Tickets available now through Ticketek

• For more information check out the Air New Zealand Fashion Week website www.nzfashionweek.com


DATES FOR AIR NEW ZEALAND FASHION WEEK

• The trade week dates are from Tuesday 16th September through to Friday 19th September.


ENDS


www.nzfashionweek.com


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