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Newmarket Catwalk on the Street, 22nd March 2014

Shopping Street Transforms To Fashion Runway
Newmarket Catwalk on the Street, 22nd March 2014

One of Auckland’s iconic fashion districts is bound to stop traffic again with this year’s Newmarket Catwalk on the Street.

In its fourth year running Catwalk on the Street is a signature Newmarket event that truly pays homage to being the fashion destination of Auckland. Watch as Osborne Street transforms from a boutique retail mecca into an urban catwalk, where over 30 Newmarket stores, including some of New Zealand’s top designers, will showcase their upcoming winter collections.

This year sees one of our favourite TV personalities and all-round fashionista Shannon Ryan host the show, while well known Fashion Stylist Karen Inderbitzen-Waller and Monarch Model Management’s Amanda Bransgrove will bring their runway vision to life as Catwalk on the Street’s Creative Directors. Award-winning stylist Mana Dave will lead the team from Blaze to create the hair looks for the day.

A fashion event FREE for the public, each show marks the drop of the Autumn/Winter’14 collections in-store, so what you see is what you can buy. Next to the top models strutting winter’s wardrobe on the runway will be the 16 finalists of the Next Face of Newmarket 2014/15, and each girl will be vying for the top place before the exciting winning announcement at 2:30pm.

Session Times:
11:00am – Best of Newmarket and Kidswear Show
12:30pm – Best of Newmarket and Kidswear Show
2:00pm – Designer Showcase
2:30pm – Next Face of Newmarket Winner Announcement
3:15pm – Designer Showcase featuring Storm, Andrea Moore, and Stella McCartney for Adidas

Newmarket Catwalk on the Street kicks off at 11am Saturday 22nd March.

For more information visit or FB/newmarketexperience.


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