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Our picks from New Zealand Fashion Week

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  • September 3, 2018
  • The Register team
Our picks from New Zealand Fashion Week
Image credit: Getty Images

New Zealand Fashion Week is over for another year, and it was a whirl of excitement. For those who didn’t make it, or those who want to relive the fun, we’ve picked out some favourite images from the shows.

Walk through New Zealand Fashion Week with our image gallery. All photography courtesy of Getty Images.
 

Mercedes-Benz Presents Turet Knuefermann show opening New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
Sir Edmund Hillary's grandchildren Alexander Hillary , Lily Hillary and George Hillary pose with model backstage ahead of the Edmund Hillary show at New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
Model Geeling Ng walks the runway during the Hailwood show for New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
Designer Lela Jacobs thanks the audience following the Lela Jacobs show at the Starkwhite Gallery for New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
A model walks the runway in a design by Ruscoe during the New Generation Emerging Couture show at New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
A model walks the runway in a design by Judy Gao Couture during the New Generation Emerging Couture show at New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
Rachel Mills installation show for New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
Designer Ryan Turner poses with a model backstage during the Ryan Turner Contemporary Salon show at New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
A model walks the runway in a design by AURAI swimwear during the Swim and Activewear Collective show at New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
Twenty-Seven Names show for New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
At the Hej Hej show on the Pacific Eagle Boat, Viaduct Island Marina, New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
The Jarrad Godman Contemporary Salon show at New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
At the Kathryn Wilson show for New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
A model prepares backstage ahead of the Kiri Nathan show at New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
A model walks the runway in a design by Havilah during the New Generation show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
A design by Caitlin Crisp during the NZFW The Graduate show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
The Stolen Girlfriends Club show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018 at Red Bull
Models pose backstage during the Wynn Hamlyn show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
Models pose backstage ahead of the Huffer show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018 at The Powerstation
Sam Dickson of the New Zealand rugby sevens team, Kurt Baker, Damian McKenzie and Ngani Laumape of the New Zealand All Blacks walk the runway during the Jockey show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
A design by Nichola Te Kiri during the Miromoda Showcase show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
Singer Stan Walker walks the runway during the Not For You (N.F.U) Contemporary Salon show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
The Resene Designer show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018
Models walk the runway during the Trelise Cooper show during New Zealand Fashion Week 2018

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