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moochi winter 2014 collection - opening night

moochi winter 2014 collection - opening night


moochi launches its winter 2014 collection, mixing soft, feminine silhouettes with architectural statement pieces and a sophisticated colour story in an elegant capsule collection for the new season.

texture takes a lead role this winter, with a collection that embraces mixed materials – blending black velvet stripe, gold beading, snake textured satin, luxury knit, silk and leather to create a number of multi-dimensional outfit options for the cool season.

a subtle oriental influence can be seen in the kimono silhouette, origami pleating and japanese draping of some of the collection’s key pieces, while loungewear-inspired separates are elevated with rich colour and luxurious fabrics.

featuring 17 pieces to love, the moochi winter 2014 look heroes a simple black and white colour palette, with darkest-black statement pieces interposed with highlights of deep green, black and white pinstripe and gold detailing.

the moochi 2014 winter collection will be available in limited numbers at moochi stores from 11 march and online at www.moochi.co.nz.

7:00pm - 8:00pm (Doors open at 6:00pm)
Shed6, Next to TSB, Wellington Waterfront

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