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Newmarket Fashion Friday

Newmarket Fashion Friday

Style heaven in downtown Auckland for anyone with a passion for Fashion.


This is the day that gives everyone access to the style and new direction of L'Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.


On the Catwalk: Sidewalk, Cybèle, Helen Talbot, Kristen all at the L'Oreal New Zealand Fashion Week 2003.
Image courtesy of fashionz.co.nz

Look for the giant screens in Aotea Square throughout the week and know this is your fashion location from 11am till 8pm on Fashion Friday 24 October.


The Exhibition tent and MAX Marquee in Aotea Square will open to the public to allow everyone the chance to step inside the world of L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week. Newmarket Fashion Friday is the only consumer access day at L'Oréal New Zealand Fashion Week. You'll be able to check out the sharpest new accessories and off catwalk fashions from our Exhibitors or grab a goodie bag stuffed full of fashionably fun items. One bag will have a $2,500.00 voucher for an Epson colour printer for one lucky shopper.

Then from 11.30pm there'll be in-season catwalk shows on the hour in the MAX Marquee featuring your favourite labels from Newmarket.

A new feature of this year's Newmarket Fashion Friday is the Designer Sales. Some of our top labels will be offering bargains from their collections or samples from their ranges at never seen before prices. Check out the bargains and chat to the designers who will be on site for the sales.

For the dedicated fashion fan who loves to dream about a career in the business, Newmarket Fashion Friday is also the place to get information on making that dream a reality. Tutors and advisers from the Fashion Institute, AUT and the organizers of the hit event, Trash to Fashion will be on-site to answer all your questions.

And if you've shopped till your ready to drop... grab a coffee at the Fashion Quarterly café where George FM will be broadcasting live and giving away lots of Fashion prizes including tickets to the Wrap party. Then go back and check out the bargains one more time or find a place in the sun in Aotea Square to relive the week on the Vidcom, Heart of the City big screen.

For just $15.00 a ticket from Ticketek ( http://www.ticketek.co.nz) or on the day from the Ticketek Box Office at the Auckland Town Hall, why find retail therapy anywhere else?

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