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w/ Kelly (from Kelly Thompson Illustrations), Adam (from Le 21ème), Dame Pieter (NZFW), Anna (NZFW), Bailey (Kate Sylvester), Briony (i-D), James (Onofield), Amber (Seventh House), Keya (Lonely), Alex (Dazed & Confused), Katherine (Katherine is Awesome), Jo (ASOS), Kelly (Sans Peur) & our lovely minders for the week. This is going to be one monster New Zealand Fashion Week post to finish off my all my NZFW posts. I took so many photos over the week and I just didn’t know how to sort these all so…

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zambesi

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Zambesi ‘XXXV’ AW2015 *** Zambesi presented what possibly could have been the biggest collection of Melbourne-appropriate winter coats over New Zealand Fashion Week last month. With fluffy two-toned ponchos made to be lived in, easy wearing anoraks and sharp tailoring in beautiful winter colours, the gorgeous Zambesi girls (and boys!) walked down the smoke filled runway to a futuristic Queen soundtrack. There was so much to love here,  the patterned pants made the coats so much fun and was exactly what I’d…

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juliette hogan

K is for Kani New Zealand Fashion Week 2014 NZFW Juliette Hogan 1

Juliette Hogan Winter 2015 *** Sleek, simple and classic. Juliette Hogan’s Winter 2015 ‘Take it or Leave it’ collection was a beautiful presentation of clean tailoring in an effortless neutral colour palette. The show ran almost an hour late and upon walking into the venue, guests could see why. The main downstairs venue had been entirely transformed into a runway with a single-sided audience facing a floor-to-ceiling black curtain backdrop and accompanying live band who provided the soundtrack for the…

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backstage with kate

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Kate Sylvester AW2015 ‘TARTT’ *** How fun is backstage? I just love the buzzing, busy-ness of it all – it’s always so fun to see the excitement and atmosphere before the show. Plus you get to see a close up of all the pieces and really appreciate the fabrics, textures and details which is sometimes hard to see, even from the front. Seeing these pics makes me fall even more in love with this beautiful collection – the juxtaposition of…

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