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New Zealand Fashion Week Tickets on Sale

New Zealand Fashion Week Tickets on Sale

With a limited number of ‘money can’t buy’ Backstage Experiences up for grabs!

Tickets to attend public shows at New Zealand’s premiere fashion event, New Zealand Fashion Week (NZFW), are now on sale with tickets available from $20.

Tickets to the Resene Designer Selection Shows (DSS) and NZ Fashion Weekend are available for avid fashion followers to secure their seat, and experience the very best of New Zealand fashion.

This year NZFW and Jockey are offering an exclusive ‘money can’t buy’ experience. Anyone who purchases a Resene DSS ticket can win one of 5 fabulous VIP backstage experiences, and get a true insider’s view of NZFW.

Tickets to attend NZ Fashion Weekend and the ever-popular Designer Garage Sale are also available, and with a $15 VIP Designer Garage Sale upgrade, shoppers wanting the first pick of the fabulous fashion can be some of the first through the doors with entry one hour before public admission. 9am, Saturday 30th August

All public tickets are available now through www.iticket.co.nz.

New Zealand Fashion Week Brand Manager, Myken Stewart, is excited the New Zealand public will once again have the opportunity to be part of the NZFW experience.

“Through the Resene DSS and NZ Fashion Weekend, designers can show direct to New Zealand’s fashion lovers, allowing them to engage directly with potential customers and see an immediate and tangible return on their investment.”

Stewart continues, “The public element has added a real buzz to the week and we’re excited about the amazing lineup of in-season shows this year, as well as our brand new Beauty Hub.”

NZ Fashion Weekend is the public’s chance to experience the unrivalled buzz and excitement of the biggest week in New Zealand fashion

With runway shows featuring looks from some of New Zealand’s most sought after fashion designers, informative seminars, bargain designer shopping, the fabulous new Beauty Hub, DJ’s, stylish bars, amazing goody bags and loads of giveaways, NZ Fashion Weekend is an unmissable opportunity to be part of the glitz and glamour of NZFW.

Highlights of this year’s schedule include the first ever in-season show from the rock & roll delinquents of New Zealand fashion, Stolen Girlfriends Club, and the ultimate street wear show from Huffer and Sly Guild.

Entry to the venue and the infamous Designer Garage Sale, where you can pick up some incredible designer bargains, enjoy the fabulous bars, and sample, experience and beautify at the new ground floor Beauty Hub, costs just $20.

With a $25 ticket, fashion lovers can enjoy a standard seat to a show or session of their choice plus all of the above.

Full metal fashionista’s can purchase a $40 ticket which includes a premium seat to a show or session of their choice, a goodie bag, and access to everything on site.

Exciting sessions will run all weekend, with expert talks about beauty trends, step by step makeup looks and the latest, from New Zealand’s industry leaders.

With the best of Auckland’s DJ’s providing the musical score for what is set to be an exciting atmosphere and with plenty of bars to choose from, the ANZ Viaduct Events Centre will be the place for everyone.

The NZFW website, which is a hub for NZFW information, the Backstage Blog and for delegates and media attending the event, has had a very stylish makeover from the creative geniuses at Pocket Square.

Easier on the eye and much easier to navigate, this revamp will make finding information and registering to attend NZFW much easier for the hundreds of fashion industry professionals that attend each year.

The new-look NZFW website is now live at www.nzfashionweek.com.

ENDS


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