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To conclude Fashion Week, Sunday was a strange mix of last minute activity and packing up. A bit of fresh stock for the Designer Sale and the last lot of weekend shows. We shot the last of the Designer Selection Shows (been to 5 of them, and all exactly the same!) and tried to get a better angle. Some of us even got a few goodie bags for our efforts.

Once again, the shows were more about entertainment than hard fashion:


A medium calibre fashion label, Moochi launched their new brand with this show. A live performance by singer Tali opened the show with high spirits and an explanation of their new kiss-kiss logo.

Popping colours and prints really stood out in this collection. Moochi is also the more public-friendly and accessible brands there too which is why they were put in the weekend.

Servilles Hair Show

Starting off with a powerful taiko drumming performance, the rest of the show was dominated by large costumey hair pieces and colourful bob cuts. I was expecting a lot of sculptural hair work which would show off Servilles' skill but it wasn't really about that. I don't really know what it was about other than being a dramatic statement show.

And that's the last of my NZFW posts! I hope you liked them. I certainly enjoyed sharing this rare opportunity to go to the all the shows and whatnot. It was so much fun hanging out with the other photographers and running around trying to get the best shots (I've never taken this many photos in one go in my whole life). Maybe next year...

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