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STORM at Wellington Fashion Week

STORM at Wellington Fashion Week

STORM is returning to Wellington Fashion Week for their second year, this time round, showcasing their own show displaying style and trends from one of the countries leading brands.

Enter a world of opulence with STORM’s limited edition glamour collection.
Stamped with their trademark rock n roll chic, this collection includes an opulent range of exquisite cocktail pieces stamped with their definitive STORM signature of strong contemporary designs, edgy detail and subtle layering.

A unique take on the classic STORM aesthetic, this exclusive collection is made with the confident, powerful woman in mind. A dramatic collaboration of texture, feathers, lace, luxe leather and a smattering of gunmetal embellishments create a truly dramatic collection.

Shop stormonline.com

Sunday, 1:00pm - 2:00pm, Doors open at 12:30pm, shed6, Wellington Waterfront, $29-39
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Corporate bookings available to this show, please contact us today: Info@wellingtonfashionweek.co.nz

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