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STORM of London at NZFW 2011

STORM of London at NZFW 2011

Newcomer to New Zealand Fashion Week in 2011, the STORM of London fashion watch brand will be exhibiting their new Spring/Summer collection at the Viaduct Events Centre throughout Fashion Week.

STORM of London is also partnering the exciting new menswear label, EGOIST, in the New Generation show. Designed in New Zealand but with its distinctive rugged denim to a vivid, almost European colour palette on tees, polos, jackets and knitwear, EGOIST, proves to be the perfect fashion fit for STORM of London watches.

Guests attending the New Generation show at NZFW can expect to see EGOIST models flaunting an array of amazing STORM watches on the catwalk and VIP Goodie Bags will include a STORM catalogue along with an exclusive discount offer on STORM watches from selected participating retailers.

STORM of London leads the way with statement watch designs and trend led product in a multitude of vibrant colours across both casual and contemporary styles. The STORM concept originated in London in 1989 to provide innovation in watch design. The brand name was chosen to evoke images of strength and wonder. Since its inception, STORM of London has grown to represent a statement in design which is recognised around the world for its style and individuality. The watch collection is designed by a small, dedicated team which seeks to challenge the rules of convention. Note to Editors: STORM is the only recognised British watch brand on the market today. Launched in 1989, STORM products include watches, jewellery, bags, eyewear, sleepwear and fragrances. They are sold in 45 countries internationally and in New Zealand STORM of London watches are now available in selected jewellers and watch shops.

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