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FULL COVERAGE: Fashion Week Draws To A Close

FULL COVERAGE: Fashion Week Draws To A Close

Scoop was able to present some of the star billing shows featuring some of New Zealand's top fashion talent as they appeared on the cat-walk at the Air New Zealand Fashion Week – thanks to and courtesy of Here is Scoop's FULL COVERAGE selection!

Fashion Week: Zambesi Stick To Their Knitting At Fashion Week

Some of the windows in the old warehouse where Zambesi held their show might have been broken, but the clothing that made its way down the long runway certainly wasn’t. More >>

Fashion Week: The Hilton Goes Off At Huffer Show

Huffer’s outdoor show at the Hilton Hotel was one of the best of the week – and there are many, many who can vouch for that! More >>

Fashion Week: Yvonne Bennetti’S ‘70s Sirens

Hippy chicks, rock stars and military lasses that looked more than happy to crack a whip were the order of the evening at Yvonne Bennetti. More >>

Fashion Week: Stolen Girlfriends Club

The Wednesday night rain did nothing to dampen the mood at the Stolen Girlfriends Club off-site show last night, held in a DHL warehouse in Morningside. The vibe was casual and the room filled with hip art-school types, celebs, and fashion media... More >>

Fashion Week: Lucie Boshier: I Love Lucie

I am a long time supporter of Lucie Boshier and what she does – this is a savvy girl who knows how to work the industry, knows what she wants, and doesn't give rats that she does not fit into what some in the 'fashion world' call the norm. More >>

Fashion Week: Trelise Takes The Fashion Week Cake

Much-loved designer Trelise Cooper takes the cake at Fashion Week year after year, and the Autumn ’09 show Wednesday night was no exception. Divine frock followed divine coat as 109 ensembles were paraded down the catwalk by 24 models over the space of half an hour – no mean feat when you consider they were going to do it all again at 7.30pm for the second showing! More >>

Fashion Week: Long Live Jaeha Prince!

Jaeha Alex Kim demonstrated to a packed St Matthews in the City audience Wednesday morning that he is definitely not a one trick wonder… Jaeha’s much awaited debut solo show was satisfyingly creative, perfectly styled show which also introduced a little Jaeha menswear. More >>

Fashion Week: Hailwood - Sex-Kitten To Perfection!

There is one man in New Zealand that does sex-kitten to perfection – Adrian Hailwood. From cute denim rock'n'roll-style dresses, to prim and proper high-necked dresses, Hailwood showed a collection that that was dirty, glamorous and sweet. More >>

Fashion Week: Cybèle Soars Fashion Week Heights

She did it again. Cybèle Wirren’s Autumn/Winter collection, shown at Fashion Week today and inspired by the Halcyon bird, looked effortless, was lush in both ideas and execution, and to put it in plain terms, was bursting with so-want-them ... More >>

Fashion Week: Kirrily Johnston & High Expectations

The first Australian designer to show at Air New Zealand Fashion Week had high expectations to meet – and meet she did. The designer, who said it felt "unusually normal" to be on the runway in New Zealand showed a collection called 'Black Perfume' – a decadent ode to the glamour and mystery of the opium dens of Paris and Shanghai. More >>

Fashion Week: WORLD Back At Fashion Week!

WORLD returned to the New Zealand Fashion Week runway with a show that was nothing short of immaculate. Designer Francis Hooper described the show as WORLD’s antidote to “recession, depression and malaise.” More >>

Fashion Week: NOM*D Unleashes Bedlam

"Bedlam" is another in the series of experiments in form and construction which have become the hallmark of the label. Margi Robertson and her team have long been aware that fresh new ideas are often born from the chaos of creativity. More >>


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