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Red Bull Studios Hosts NZ Fashion Weekend Opening Party

5 September, 2013

Red Bull Studios Hosts Official New Zealand Fashion Weekend Opening Party

Fashion and music socialites can look forward to the official New Zealand Fashion Weekend opening party tomorrow night at the Viaduct Events Centre from 8pm, hosted by Red Bull Studios with entertainment from past Red Bull Music Academy participants.

This year, anyone can get glammed up for New Zealand’s biggest public fashion event and start their fashion weekend off in style. Guests attending the opening party will be treated to acts from pop band “Boy Crush,” George FM Breakfast DJ “Nick D,” renowned Auckland based shoegaze band “She’s So Rad” (special disco set), and most recent Red Bull Music Academy attendee – Wellington classic Motown-era soul singer and song writer Louis Baker.

The general public have access to the New Zealand Fashion Weekend opening party with 200 limited ticket sales from Guests can look forward to Red Bull Edition cocktails served at the bar while rubbing shoulders with New Zealand designers in the fashion industry.

Red Bull Studios offers a creative network of studios with state-of-the-art equipment for artists. The Auckland Studio was established in 2002 and was the first of 10 Red Bull Music studios that now dot the globe; brother to London, Amsterdam, Madrid, Cape Town, Copehagen, New York, Paris, Sao Paulo and Los Angeles. It aims to promote and capture New Zealand music by providing access to a contemporary recording and production facility for a variety of local and international musical talent of all levels.

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