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NZFW 2015

Andrea Moore NZFW 2015

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Flashing strobe lights and a frenetic beat introduced Andrea Moore’s show as models appeared through a smoky haze to energetically stalk the runway. Known for her impeccable tailoring, love of bold colour and dynamic prints, expectations were high for an impressive showing and Andrea Moore certainly delivered.


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NZFW 2015

New Generation NZFW 2015

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One of the best things about any fashion week is welcoming new talent and fresh designers to the runway. It’s always interesting to see how they approach their collections and then watch how they progress over time in future fashion weeks.


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NZFW 2015

Nom*D NZFW 2015

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Dunedin-based label Nom*D has been a favourite at New Zealand Fashion Week since the beginning and is known for helping shape the dark, intellectual fashion that NZ was, and in some ways still is, known for.


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NZFW 2015

Dmonic Intent + Syre NZFW 2015

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Even though streetwear is incredibly popular in New Zealand it’s usually under represented on the fashion week runway, so it was great to see Syre present a cool collection that effectively brought the street to the runway.


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NZFW 2015

Twenty-seven Names NZFW 2015

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New Zealand Fashion Week 2015 kicked off with Wellington favourites, Twenty-seven Names, the first label on the runway.


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2015 iD International Emerging Designer winners announced

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Emerging Kiwi fashion designer Steve Hall has taken out the top prize at the 11th annual iD International Emerging Designer Awards held at the Town Hall in Dunedin, New Zealand.


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MBFWA 2015 – Day 4

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The last day of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia arrived all too quickly, with another full day of shows to finish off a busy week of brilliant fashion.


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MBFWA 2015 - Day 3

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Sydney continued to heat up as day three of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia saw temperatures soar and a return to romance on the runway.


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MBFWA 2015 – Day 2

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Glorious sunshine greeted the second day of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia as Michael Lo Sordo started the day off at the airy Anna Schwartz Gallery.  


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MBFWA 2015 - Day 1

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Sydney is buzzing with excitement as the local and international fashion set descend on Redfern’s Carriageworks for another week of chic fashion and eye-opening creativity.


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Euphoria launches A/W 2015 Collections

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Euphoria's AW15 media launch was an intimate event, showcasing Euphoria's latest collections to key media. Delicious breakfast was served by Little Wolf and Eighthirty cured the coffee-fix with their delicious iced coffee drinks.


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NZFW 2014

Kate Sylvester NZFW 2014 Review

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Making a very welcome return to New Zealand Fashion Week after a five year hiatus, Kate Sylvester’s show was definitely the most anticipated of the week.   


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NZFW 2014

Hailwood NZFW 2014 Review

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A wonderful retrospective short film of Hailwood’s fifteen years in the fashion industry opened proceedings and was a fascinating glimpse into the history of the brand and the designer’s journey in that time. 


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NZFW 2014

Trish Peng NZFW 2014 Review

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Known for her structured eveningwear, Trish Peng, used her NZFW debut to present her new line of daywear in a rainbow of bright hues, perfect for summer 2014/15  


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NZFW 2014

Céline Rita NZFW 2014 Review

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Channelling the Parisian flair of the sixties, Céline Rita, celebrated its fifth year in fashion with a beautiful collection that is the label’s strongest to date.  Pre-show, handsome waiters served the assembled fashion set croissants and coffee to set the mood which was also a much appreciated mid-morning pick me up.  


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