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"Successful Style Seminars" Charity Fashion Event

7 June 2006

Friends of Starship North Shore
Press Release


“Successful Style Seminars” Charity Fashion Event

Whatever your look – Funky, Chic, Sophisticated, Casual, Corporate - fashion stylist supreme Anna Caselberg will show you how to use accessories to:

- transform one outfit into many looks

- accentuate the positive

- transcend the seasons

- create your own unique personal style

A leading expert in the New Zealand fashion industry for 20 years, Anna is a consultant, stylist to the stars and most recently Fashion Editor for “Next” magazine.

Join Anna and learn how to accessorise to suit your lifestyle and look!

Successful Style is sponsored by SKYCITY Auckland, a five star sponsor of the Starship Foundation. Funds raised will to go towards the purchase of a much needed 4D Ultrasound for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Starship Children’s Health and National Women’s Health. 4D scanning is the latest advance in ultrasound technology, creating vital images for diagnosis and treatment. The machine will test the foetal health of unborn children to ensure newborn children are given the best start in life.

Event details:
Thursday 15th June at SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre.
Morning Session: 10am to 12.30pm, includes tea & coffee on arrival, seminar with Anna and buffet lunch.
Evening Session: 6pm to 8:30pm, includes drinks & canapés on arrival and seminar with Anna.
Tickets $55 each. Numbers strictly limited.

For further information or to purchase tickets visit www.starship.org.nz/events or phone Liz on (09) 473 5594.

ENDS

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