Show tickets from $30
Pop-up store on August 27, Show on August 29

COVID-19 ALERT LEVEL 4: With the move to Alert Level 4 from 11.59pm on Tuesday 17 August, NZ Fashion Week have announced their event, including NZ Fashion Weekend will be postponed – as will related events including Fashion Weekend in the Heart of the City and Fashioning Our Future at Ellen Melville Centre. We will update as more information and details become available. Stay safe.

Showing this Fashion Weekend on Sunday August 29 at 6pm is “Woven” from Mercy Hospice, featuring pre-loved designer outfits from its retail shops around Auckland. It is hosted and narrated by Professor Scotty Morrison, celebrity models include Mercy Hospice ambassador and former Miss Universe, Lorraine Downes, New Zealand journalist, Miriama Kamo, fashion icon, Di Goldsworthy, and renowened chef, Tony Astle. 

Tickets are available for the show here, or if you can't head to the show, make sure you don't miss out on Mercy Hospice's pop-up store which will be open inside the NZFW Marquee on Friday August 27 between 9am and 5pm. 

Mercy Hospice provides central Aucklanders with free specialist community palliative care and hospice services, caring for them with clinical expertise, compassion and quality of service. They also offer support and education to family, friends and carers. While many associate Hospice with dying, Mercy wants you to make the most of the life you have, so patients and whānau can use the present to live every moment.

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Last updated: 21 July 2021