For anyone suffering from New Zealand Fashion Week fatigue, or even a hangover, relief is in sight.
Twenty-Seven Names are kicking things off today with the promise of coffee and muffins at an off-site show at 10am.
In what seems to be a bit of a trend this year, the Wellington designers will also release their collection online to the public at exactly the same time as the catwalk show, or maybe even before if the show is running traditionally late.
Joining them at this early morning showing is Auckland designer Ingrid Starnes, who launched her first collection in Winter 2010.
At midday, the young guns get their chance to shine, as the New Generation Show gives an insight into the up-and-coming designers.
Wellington designer Deryn Schmidt launches her new collection at 1pm, before the New Zealand Weddings Collection unveils the latest trends in all that is white, lacy and matrimonial at 2.30pm.
An hour later, Andrea Moore reveals her latest collection, The Hunt. Incorporating stylised horse motifs, bold exclusive prints, flowing dresses and dinner shirts, it's set to be a great take on Autumn/Winter 2013.
Mt Maunganui local Liz Turner is making her solo debut with her label Riddle Me This at 5pm, before Trelise Cooper stages not one, but two catwalk shows at 6pm and again at 7.30pm.
NZFW kicked off yesterday with Ruby followed by its sister label Liam.
Next it was Cybele, Trelise Cooper's younger label Coop and Dunedin-based Company of Strangers.
The afternoon and evening session turned up the heat with Hailwood, Juliette Hogan and Then Zambesi at 8pm.
NZFW runs until Friday, before Fashion Weekend opens its doors to the public.
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