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Designers featured: Featuring: Dion Lee, Ellery, Friedrich Gray, Gail Sorronda, Konstantina Mittas, Lui Hon, Romance Was Born, Saint Augustine Academy, Seventh Wonderland, Stolen Girlfriends Club and Therese Rawsthorne. There are very few mens looks, of which one Lui Hon look was in with Friedrich Gray and visa vera.

Filmed on Saturday 28th August 2010 at 8:30pm, by For-Tomorrow.

An array of Australian and NZ labels will be presenting this year at Capsule in New York on the 18th and 19th January. We wish the brands good luck, especially for up and coming Vincent & Vincent.

We have now finished the majority of our A/W 2009 blogs and will now begin Spring / Summer.

Things tend to move a lot quicker online than in physical shops, so start saving now because stocks starts coming in August, only 3 months away.

Pictured: Stolen Girlfriends Club S/S 2009/10

3 Apr 2009 | By: For-Tomorrow NZ | Ksubi, Music, Stolen Girlfriends Club
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The Kings Of Leon rolled through New Zealand and Australia recently to play a slew of sold out shows.

The first night show at Rod Laver in Melbourne was great… other fans of Kings Of Leon? Stolen Girlfriends Club.

Zara Mirkin arranged through Maria Robinson (publicist for Frontier Touring in NZ) to gift K-O-L with a bunch of Stolen Girlfriends Club merchandise.

Matt at least was pleased with this offering, seen on the far left wearing his new pair of SGC jeans.

We’re unsure wether or not they picked up any free stuff whilst they were in Australia, but in recent interviews with them where they’ve mentioned that Ksubi give them free stuff all the time, so it’s quite possible they’d get hooked up.

Word on the street is that NZ based Stolen Girlfriends Club are doing a show at RAFW.


Zara Mirkin (womenswear designer for Stolen Girlfriends Club) is having her annual clothing sale this Saturday, and this time she has brought Mala Brajkovic into the fold (of eponymous label fame).

So if you’re in the Auckland area make sure you head along. Last year was great! The Coshercot Honeys played, there was a bbq, beers.. allgood things.

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