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NZ Fashion Weekend and Resene Designer Selection Show

STOLEN GIRLFRIENDS CLUB SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME AT NZ FASHION WEEKEND

New Zealand’s Biggest Fashion Pop-Up Extravaganza

Thursday 7 August

NZ FASHION WEEKEND

On August 29th, 30th and 31st, New Zealand Fashion Weekend will be in full swing at Auckland’s ANZ Viaduct Events Centre, giving fashion lovers the chance to experience all the fun and excitement of New Zealand Fashion Week (NZFW).

Across three days, fashionistas will be treated to a packed schedule featuring a line up of some of New Zealand’s most sought after designers showing their inLseason collections, beauty sessions, bargain designer shopping, the Beauty Hub, DJ’s, stylish bars, amazing goodie bags and loads of giveaways.

NZ Fashion Weekend kicks off with the biggest party of the week. Held at the ANZ Viaduct Events Centre on the Friday night the NZ Fashion Weekend Opening Party will be rocking with entertainment from George FM DJ, Aroha Harawira, the incredible sister DJ duo, MayaVanya, amazing electronic funk band L.A.B (Brad and Laughton Kora), and closing the night off with one man musical force Beat Mob!

The NZ Fashion Weekend Opening Party is your chance to rub shoulders with some of the country’s top fashion designers, local and international fashion media and celebs. Limited public tickets available from www.iticket.co.nz

The now famous Designer Garage Sale is back in full swing for 2014, with New Zealand's favourite designer clothing, footwear and accessory labels, all on sale for a fraction of the price and in a NZ Fashion Weekend first, will start with special VIP Designer Garage Sale access.

The fabulous fashion packed runway schedule kicks off with YMCA & Raise Up Presents Walk the Line show and goes on to offer something for everyone.

Showing their in-season collection for the first time at NZ Fashion Weekend, Stolen Girlfriends Club will bring their unique brand of rock & roll delinquency to the catwalk. NewLcomers Sly Guild join forces with Huffer to showcase the best of streetwear fashion and with TK Store, BLAK, Kowtow and Company Of Strangers coming together to bring you a show not to be missed – NZ Fashion Weekend will be THE place to be if you love fashion!

The Beauty Hub at NZ Fashion Weekend brings together some of the top names in hair and beauty including OPI, St. Tropez, Smashbox, GLAM, Schwarzkopf and so much more! In a custom designed space visitors can trial, experience, pamper and beautify to their hearts content.

Always a sell-out, the Resene Designer Selection shows which run throughout NZFW and NZ Fashion Weekend are a fashion extravaganza, showcasing a little bit of every NZFW designers’ in-season looks, with each spectacular runway show presented and featuring a segment styled by the editor or fashion editor from some of New Zealand’s leading magazines - Fashion Quarterly, Simply You, CLEO, Next and Woman’s Day.

This year NZ Fashion Weekend will offer more exciting activations and will provide a great place to relax and spend the day shopping, sampling and trying out the latest in hair and makeup and with GA tickets starting from $20, this is shaping up to be a great day out and one not to miss!


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