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ZipMeUp.co.nz Runway & Pop-Up Store

Published: Tue 11 Sep 2012 11:14 AM
ZipMeUp.co.nz Runway & Pop-Up Store
Zipmeup.co.nz have teamed up with local Wellington businesses Jeff Grey BMW, MANE Hair Salon & Tory & Ko Jewelers with the aim to support the Wellington retail community & bring the personal contact & client connection that online based shopping has the perception to have taken away.
Earlier this year we held a similar event supporting the rebuilding of Christchurch & redevelop the hype around Christchurch’s shopping precinct – The event & following pop up store was received incredibly well & with tremendous support so we are now taking the concept to Wellington!
Zipmeup.co.nz is a high-end luxury fashion online shopping site based in Christchurch that offers the latest seasonal high fashion trends to women. Zip Me Up are working with & representing brands such as Zimmermann, Ksubi, Alice McCall, Shakuhachi, Motel, Bec & Bridge as well as many other exclusive labels.
Zipmeup.co.nz has created an exciting new concept that have Wellington businesses collaborating together to produce a completely new event & retail experience like no other to help build the excitement around Wellington local businesses & show that Zip Me Up although based online still believe in the personal contact and excitement that the fashion industry demands. An event that will bring together Zip Me Up, BMW, MANE, Mi Piaci & Tory & Ko etc – for all their customers, clients & fashion lovers to be a part of.
Zipmeup.co.nz is launching the week with an exclusive runway show on 28th September 2012 at Jeff Grey BMW featuring Zipmeup.co.nz spring designer collections & Tory & Ko Jewels, followed by a Zip Me Up Pop up store commencing 29th September 2012 inside MANE Hair Salon– creating a completely new retail experience.
The initiative has seen Wellington businesses such as Jeff Grey BMW, MANE Hair salon, Tory & Ko jewelers, Phoenix Cosmetics, Mi Piaci and many more all working together!
Experience the hype!
ENDS

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