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Stella Artois - perfect accessory for fashion week

Monday 11 August, 2008

Stella Artois - the perfect accessory for Air New Zealand Fashion Week 2008

Stella Artois is excited to announce its sponsorship of one of New Zealand's premier fashion events - Air New Zealand Fashion Week (ANZFW).

As exclusive beer sponsor for the week, you can expect to find Stella Artois readily available on-site at all the big ticket fashion shows throughout the week. This exciting week of high heels, high profiles and high fashion also provides the perfect opportunity to sample the new stylish Stella Artois slim line cans.

"Air New Zealand Fashion Week aligns perfectly with Stella Artois' focus on supporting premium social events," says Stella Artois Marketing Manager, Nigel King.

"We're really happy to be involved in an event that brings together the many talents of high-profile New Zealanders and showcases what they have to offer the world."

Now in its eighth year, ANZFW is once again set to give Auckland an infusion of glitz, glamour and good times, attracting an attendance upward of 20,000 trade and guests, plus a further 10,000 public. New Zealand's top designers, both established and emerging, will come together to show their next season's range to buyers, media and the world at the country's largest forum for the fashion industry.

Lion Nathan also has the exclusive rights for wines (led by The Ned) and spirits at Air New Zealand Fashion Week 2008.

Air New Zealand Fashion Week 16 - 21 September, 2008


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