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Editor's view: The vital importance of glitter

  • Opinion
  • December 7, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Editor's view: The vital importance of glitter

Glittery celebrations like New Zealand Fashion Week aren't just fluff and fun argues NZ Retail and The Register editor Sarah Dunn. They're a vital opportunity to capture shoppers' sustained attention and articulate your brand.

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From the runway to the register: how Fashion Week impacts on the economics of clothing retail

  • News
  • September 15, 2015
  • Sarah Dunn
From the runway to the register: how Fashion Week impacts on the economics of clothing retail
Image: World

New Zealand Fashion Week has just finished for another year. As the helpful timer on the week’s website tells us, there’s 341 days to go until the next one. Now that it’s all over, we wondered, is there a way to trace this event’s effect on retailers? How do the economics behind a clothing boutique work anyway? Benny Castles from Kiwi label World and Andreas Mikellis, head of Fashion and Textile Design at the Auckland University of Technology, laid bare the logic behind the glamour.

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Ethical fashion under the spotlight in New Zealand

  • News
  • August 26, 2015
  • Elly Strang
Ethical fashion under the spotlight in New Zealand

New Zealand’s top fashion brands are being encouraged to share information about their supply chains by the likes of Child Labor Free, Space Between and Sustainable Fashion. The three organisations are trying to create more dialogue around ethics, sustainability and fashion in light of NZFW.

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Kiwi fashion designers breaking new ground in South East Asia

  • News
  • May 8, 2015
  • Catrin Owen
Kiwi fashion designers breaking new ground in South East Asia

Ten Kiwi fashion designers are getting an edge in on the competitive South East Asian market through an exclusive fashion event, editorial coverage in leading Singapore magazines and being promoted on a leading ecommerce store. Zambesi, Nom*D, Kate Sylvester, Juliette Hogan, Kowtow, Blak and Stolen Girlfriends Club are among the brands.

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