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Moore fashion on High Street

23 August 2011

Moore fashion on High Street

Andrea Moore’s brand new fashion store is now open on High Street in Auckland’s CBD, ahead of New Zealand Fashion Week (NZFW) 2011.

The High Street location for the store is perfect for corporate women working in professional services and executive roles in and around High Street and the wider Auckland CBD area.

Andrea Moore says this store will offer accessible fashion for women with limited time to go clothes shopping, besides presenting them with an exceptional clothing range and services.

“We’re now ready to make a powerful fashion statement in the heart of Auckland with the opening of this new store on High Street.”

As with the other stores, the High Street store will have its unique points of decorative difference, including showcasing Mr Bigglesworthy, who are famous for their retro, art and vintage furniture collection and original design classics.

One of New Zealand’s renowned furniture designers, Nathan Goldsworthy, will also display some of his ingenious pieces in-store. His furniture designs involve beauty, clarity of idea and intelligent material selection, which tie in well with Andrea Moore’s fashion design approach.

The new store is located at 35, High Street, Auckland City. Andrea Moore already has two high profile fashion stores in Auckland, one in Wellington (Old Bank Arcade) and one in Christchurch (Merivale Mall).

Andrea’s New Zealand made garments are feminine, colourful, edgy, elegant and fun. She uses exquisite fabrics and original print designs, which are impeccable and intelligent.


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