PFFS 2018 PARTNERS
We would like to acknowledge all our partners from last years show.
Mai FM is Aotearoa’s number one hip-hop and RnB radio network, playing the hottest music and promoting Maori language and culture nationwide. The station is based in Auckland (where it is rated the number one music station) and is available in 9 other markets around the country. Mai targets 15 to 34 year olds and reaches over 386,000 people weekly.
Te Poari ā-Rohe o Māngere-Ōtāhuhu
The Māngere-Ōtāhuhu Local Board are your elected representatives on Auckland Council and have the responsibility to be your voice for the local area.
Chair Lemauga Lydia Sosene says the board is committed to encouraging initiatives that actively showcase creativity, innovation and success. “The board is very excited to have the opportunity to be a major sponsor of this event in our local board area, as it is another great opportunity to show some of the great talent within our area, as well as expose our community to some world-class fashion designers.”
Bright Sunday is proud to return as a partner for the Pacific Fusion Fashion Show as its official Marketing, PR, Social Media and Media Relations partner.
Bright Sunday is a full-service Pacific and Maori marketing communications agency fanatical about backing people, companies, and communities to unleash their greatness! With roots firmly planted in South Auckland, Bright Sunday is passionate about helping the game changers we work with to take advantage of technology and digital marketing solutions. We bring positive energy to the projects we work on. You could say, we always look on the bright side.
Pacific Fusion Fashion Show Director Nora Swann is a Personal Stylist who has combined her love of all things fashion to create her self-named business ‘Nora Swann’.
“My purpose is to bring out the best in others. I advise individuals on how to dress to suit their personal style that reflects their true inner self. I help them feel confident in their own skin so they can look at their own body shape and think ‘This is me and I love what I see’. I teach them how to wear colours that accentuate their natural features as well as advise them on hair and makeup to suit. As a result, it gives the individual a polished look from head to toe and allows them to unleash the stylish person within.”
As well as running her Personal Styling business and organising the Pacific Fusion Fashion Show Nora conducts Self Confidence Workshops in schools with a ‘fashion twist’ where she works with teenage girls teaching them about self-love and self-worth.