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Wellington Fashion Week Designer Line-Up Announced

Wellington Fashion Week Designer Line-Up Announced

With just under two months until Fashion Week takes over the capital, the highly anticipated designer slots for Wellington Fashion Week 2014 have now been released.

Over 40 designers are confirmed to take part in group, trade and individual showcases across the week, in the beautiful Shed6, and in private locations across Wellington Central.

Designer line-up includes:
• Trelise Cooper
• Kilt
• Desiree
• Annah Stretton
• Falve
• deNada
• Wilson Trollope
• Highnoontea
• moochi
• Nineteen//46
• Goodness
• Robyn Mathieson
• NoaNoa
• The Carpenter's Daughter
• Surface Too Deep
• Taylor
• Vaughan Geeson
• Lucy McIntosh
• Love Hotel
• Duncan
• Philippa & Alice
• Brooke Barrett
• Jane Daniels
• Storm
• WORLD
• Maison Scotch
• Sally Eagle
• Helen Forster
• Robyn Cliffe
• Alison Blain
• Juliette MacLeod
• Jessie Wong
• Carolyn Henson
• Charlotte Cambers
• Rebecca Robbie
• Amelia Boland
• Nicole Linnell
• Brydie Falconer
• Sophia Rose
• Tasha Smith

More high profile designers are set to be released from next week onwards.

The full Wellington Fashion Week event calendar is now available online through our website, equipped with location and event details.

Tickets are now available from just $29 at Ticketek.co.nz.

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