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74 designers for show

Ana Madigibuli
Saturday, April 26, 2014

PREPARATION for the Fiji Fashion Week 2014 show is in progress with 74 designers expected to showcase their elegant and unique designs.

Fiji Fashion Week media liaison officer Neisau Tuidraki confirms 74 designers will feature in the show, including 34 student designers and eight children's wear designers.

Ms Tuidraki said the Fiji Fashion Week team was excited about the new venue, the Grand Pacific Hotel.

"The fashion show is officially the first event at the Grand Pacific Hotel and we have full access which will give patrons a chance to experience the ambience of the history of the hotel. In accordance with the Grand Pacific Hotel's 100th birthday, we are also celebrating 100 years of fashion."

She said apart from the fashion show, Fiji Fashion Week would also host a charity auction.








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