Designers for New Zealand Fashion Week 2017 have been announced

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  • August 2, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Designers for New Zealand Fashion Week 2017 have been announced

The designers for this year's New Zealand Fashion Week have been announced. Both established and up-and-coming names appear in the 85-strong list of those ready to showcase their work to buyers and media.

In 2017, NZFW will run from Monday 28th - 31st August for trade and industry insiders before the public are invited to join for NZ Fashion Weekend. This will run from Friday 1st - 3rd September. Tickets for the weekend shows are already selling out - Flo & Frankie, P I A and Hailwood have recently confirmed public-facing shows. The 2017 Mercedes-Benz Presents designer was named in July as Zambesi.

International buyers which have confirmed their attendance will include those from David Jones, Myer and The Iconic in Australia; and Hong Kong's Noir Studio and Bauhaus Holdings. The full list of confirmed international buyers and media is online here.

The confirmed list of designers for NZFW 2017 is:

Adrienne Whitewood

Adrienne Winkelmann

Alma Wong

Andrea Moore

Anna Schimmel



CHW Designs 

Company of Strangers

Courtney Pellow

Courtney Perham

Daisy by Katie Yeung


Embr Jewellery

Empire of Genius


Flo & Frankie


Geoj Official

Gienipha Tutaki


Helen Kaminski

Hera Couture


Ioanna kourbela

Issue Clothing Co.

Jacob Coutie

Jessica Bridal


Jimmy D


Jordan Noah

Julian Danger

Juliette Hogan

Kate Sylvester

Katherine Victoria

Kathryn Wilson

Kimberly Olivia


Laura Marris


Lela Jacobs

Letitia Powell


Liz Mitchell

Lost and Led Astray

Luke Dawson



Maggie Marilyn

Margaret Wray

Mitchell Vincent




Nick von K

Not For You


Olli Paroli

Ovana Ovich

Pania Greenaway

P i a

Rachel Mills


Russell Athletic



Shannen yYoung

Stolen Girlfriends Club


Tanya Carlson

Te Kohu

Tess Norquay

Thanushi Marage

Tia Feng

Trelise Cooper

Trish Peng


Wanoa Four

Working Style


Wynn Hamlyn

Yoshino Maruyama

Yu Mei


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