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From the catwalk to your desktop

From the catwalk to your desktop…

Air New Zealand Fashion Week – FASHION DESKTOP TV!

There’s no need to lift a finger, change outfits, buy a ticket or brave the traffic thanks to the official online TV channel of Air New Zealand Fashion Week 2008. The conveniently formatted Fashion Desktop TV is the simplest way to check out all the catwalk action from your home or office computer.

Simply log onto then click onto the DESKTOP TV link and follow the easy instructions.

This free of charge, on demand fashion experience will take you on an online video tour of Air New Zealand Fashion Week that will include daily show highlights, exclusive footage, hi-res photos, behind the scenes interviews, profiles of designers and models, photo galleries, competitions and reviews of each show.

"We can now share Air New Zealand Fashion Week with New Zealand and the world thanks to this innovative online television concept. We’re pleased to bring the biggest fashion event of the year to you in your own environment,” says Managing Director Pieter Stewart.

-MoreDigital Partners CEO Bob Gill, the marketers of DesktopTV says he is delighted to bring back Fashion Desktop TV for a second year.

“We had so much positive feedback from last years Desktop TV from fashion lovers, consumers, the ad industry and overseas viewers. We think this concept gives the fashion industry wider exposure to local and international markets,” he says.

So log on now and get signed up for the most fashionable online television channel in New Zealand – Fashion Desktop TV!



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