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International Media To Attend Fashion Week

Media release 31st August 2007

Exciting International Media Contingent Set To Descend On Air New Zealand Fashion Week

The seventh annual Air New Zealand Fashion Week looks set to be the best ever, with an international media contingent to wow even the most discerning fashionistas!

For the first time ever US style bible Paper will grace the media catwalk, along with German fashion icon Collezioni, French ELLE, the UK’s Dazed & Confused and Taiwan Vogue. Sportswear International and ELLE Canada will also be taking front row notes beside the uber-fashionable L’Officiel from India and We People from Taiwan.

US fashion heavyweight ELLE will be hitting the shores of Air New Zealand Fashion Week, along with Zink, and the JC Report.

A significant fashion media contingent will be crossing the ditch from Australia including Ragtrader Magazine, Lino Magazine, Dazed & Confused, Yen, Pages Online, FASHIONTREND, The Australian and the Sunday Telegraph’s Sunday Magazine.

Air New Zealand Fashion Week Managing Director Pieter Stewart says she is thrilled with the international media line-up coming to the event.

“We are particularly excited to have the likes of US style icon Paper, which we’ve been trying to get down here for a number of years,” she says.


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