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Buy one GA Ticket and get one GA Ticket Free! (2 for 1)

Buy one GA Ticket and get one GA Ticket Free! (2 for 1)

Calling Wellington's finest chicky babes (and guys)! Get a friend or a group together and indulge in a night of fashion fizz and hype! Hit the Buy Now on one of Today's great Deals to avoid missing out!

Fresh from NZ Fashion Week, Miromoda Fashion Designers will present capsule collections on an amped catwalk with gorgeous models to boot.

Wellington's Bachelor of the Year (Daley Tapa) as well as the runner up (Alistair Boyd), and an under wraps rugby player will feature in the line up of 8 male models.

More than 15 gorgeous female models will strut a line up of enviable fashion to add glamour and finesse.

The Trade stands will have merchandise, including some one off pieces for sale plus an exhibition of 10 Kakahu - highly valued Maori ceremonial cloaks will mesmerize viewers with their authenticity and sheer scale of detail and use of natural materials.

As part of the REAL New Zealand Festival which runs alongside the 2011 Rugby world Cup, a number of VIP tables have already been reserved for international guests including many French visitors. There's two great packages available:

SPECIAL OFFER
2 for 1 GA Tickets ($70) or $40 each, first in first served limited numbers BOOK AT TICKETEK NOW!
(valued at $140) for two general admission tickets, gets you admission to the exhibition, catwalk show, the trade stands plus access to the cash bar.

The Miromoda Indigenous Fashion Extravaganza will fuse everything together with Maori inspired music, food and wine. Spread the word and get your friends together for a night of fashion to remember!

Tickets can be purchased by clicking on the following link http://premier.ticketek.co.nz/shows/show.aspx?sh=MIROMODA11

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