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Three reasons to Be Fabulous at Fashion Week

Three reasons to Be Fabulous at Fashion Week

Moët & Chandon’s guide to being fabulous this Air New Zealand Fashion Week

The perfect accessory at this year’s Air New Zealand Fashion Week is a flute of Moët and Chandon, sipped in the ultimate location; the Moët and Chandon Lounge.

The world’s most loved champagne is making sure that Air New Zealand Fashion Week 2009 is one to remember, with plenty of fabulous fêtês on site throughout the week.

Reason One: Look Fabulous

Celebrate the best of New Zealand fashion both on and off the catwalk with Moët & Chandon.

Look out for the Moët & Chandon roving photographers who will be taking photos of the fashionistas on site who epitomise ‘Being Fabulous’ throughout the week. Distinctive in their ‘Be Fabulous’ t-shirts, the photographers will be taking snaps of Fashion Week guests who have dressed to impress.

The day's best photos will be exhibited on the ‘Be Fabulous’ wall, located in the Moët & Chandon Lounge. Each day one of the most influential figures of the collections, from international editors to Kiwi designers, will determine one winner whose style supremacy will be rewarded with a bottle of Moët to celebrate in style at the Moët & Chandon Lounge.

Reason two: Be Fabulous Hour

For delegates and designer's guests planning their diaries for Fashion Week, an event not to be missed is the Moët & Chandon Lounge’s ‘Be Fabulous’ hour. Each day, the ‘Be Fabulous’ hour is a sophisticated and stylish interlude in the hustle and bustle of a day spent queuing and waiting for shows to begin. What better way to catch up with other fashion insiders than over a glass of Moët Brut Imperial? Surely the show would not start without you?

A feature of the hour will be the fabulous Moët Pomponne dress. The spectacular hoop dress, designed by Paris based designer Saghar Rad, will make an appearance every evening. It carries 100 flutes and is used at Moët’s fabulous fêtes across the world.

To keep that Be Fabulous theme real, Christian Dior make up artists will also be on hand in the lounge to touch up and re-apply.
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Be Fabulous Hour timetable:

Tuesday 16 September: 4.30-5.30pm

Wednesday 17 September: 6pm-7.30pm

Thursday 18 September: 6pm-7pm

Friday 19 September: 3pm-4pm

Reason Three: Moët & Chandon Lounge

The Moët & Chandon Lounge will undoubtedly be the place to see and be seen this Fashion Week.

Styled by interior decorator Anya Vitali, the bar will be themed with Moët & Chandon’s signature colours 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 its Australian winery, including Chandon Brut NV, Chandon NV Rosé and Chandon Cuvée Riche.

ENDS


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