What went down:
So now we know that Huffer is where the actual cool kids reside. These cool kids are more easygoing, friendly, with a laidback style. And this is what the brand is all about—with its new collection titled, Local. It’s about epic nights and fast mornings, with loud music and louder conversations. Good dudes doing good things.
We started with drinks at Huffer’s Britomart store, with music pumping, drinks flowing and burgers being served. Aha, finally some real food! The vibe was awesome, and we get why people love Huffer.
After a few beersies, guests walked to Britomart Square, for the show. It proved quite difficult to find our seats, with a seating arrangement with no actual sense to it. Once everyone was seated, the show began. Music was blasting (a little too loud especially with people standing near the speaker), and models appeared from upstairs.
Clothing wise, we saw dusty pink, gray, navy and soft blue as key colours throughout the collection. With puffers, bombers, girly dresses and a black silky two piece that we can’t get enough of.
Although too loud, the tunes itself were great, finishing the show with Express Yourself by Charles Wright. As the last show of Fashion Week, everyone headed to the after party located at Huffer’s basement, where the evening of cool people and cool vibes continued.
What we wore:
Camilla & Marc top, Zara coat, We’ar pants, Zimmermann boots.
Wow this is awesome, what a party! Heading the show where are we off to? 36 models say what?! That’s a lot of models. Hmm…I can’t find my seat and neither can the staff, that’s awkward. Twins opening the show in pink and blue puffers, heck yes. Man I just wanna dance. Ok after party time, now I can actually dance.
Image credit: Jono Parker via New Zealand Fashion Week Facebook