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Jockey names All Blacks and Sevens for Fashion Week

Jockey names All Blacks and All Blacks Sevens set to appear at New Zealand Fashion Week

Jockey has announced that Victor Vito, Tarwera Kerr-Barlow and TJ Perenara, together with DJ Forbes and Gillies Kaka, will be making their catwalk debut at NZ Fashion Week in only their Jockeys. It will be a show like no other.

“It’s definitely a New Zealand first to have All Blacks and All Blacks Sevens players take part in fashion week in only their underwear, but the guys really embraced the idea and got behind it. It’s a great chance for them to have some fun with the brand,” says Will Radford, New Zealand Marketing Manager for Jockey.

While Jockey will be showcasing their latest range in every Resene Designer Selection Show, our heroes in black will be only walking in a special one-off appearance.

For the chance to attend this must-see event, buy a pair of men’s Jockeys at www.jockeynz.co.nz and go into the draw to win a double pass to see the boys walk the catwalk. You will even get to meet them backstage with the ultimate Jockey and New Zealand Fashion Week VIP experience.

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