The event will take place at The Cloud, Queen's Wharf, Auckland from 22-24 November 2012.
New Zealand's first Ethical Fashion Show will take place during the event on November 23rd.
It will bust through the 'hemp & sandals' barrier, integrating every day solutions such as household products from eco store and products for kids from Nature Baby, all to music powered up by George FM .
This will show how a sustainable future can be sexy, fun, gentler on our planet and generally way cooler than the alternative.
The show will be managed by Yasmin Farry, with models provided by Vanity Walk. Cheetan Mongia, TrRESmmé New Zealand top stylist of 2011, will be gleaming them up with great natural hair products. All models will wear ethical clothing and beauty products.
Miranda Brown, Sitka, We'ar and Starfish are going to display their latest sustainable fashions at the fashion show.
The Sustainable Business network is a social enterprise that provides advice and support to help businesses become more sustainable. It supports members year-round with networking opportunities, practical tools, training and sustainability assessments.
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