NZ Fashion stars work together to raise awareness of family abuse

NZ Fashion stars work together to raise awareness of family abuse

After being deeply affected by the recent death of Moko Rangitoheriheri, a collection of NZ’s biggest fashion designers have joined forces with social change-makers Angela Bevan and Adam Bryce to launch La La La magazine – a one-off fundraiser initiative for Shine, a leading NZ specialist domestic abuse service provider.

La La La, named after Moko’s favourite song ‘La La La ‘by Naughty Boy & Sam Smith, will feature a series of portraits of Kiwi kids wearing clothing from New Zealand’s top designers who have come on board to support the project – Zambesi, Kate Sylvester, Karen Walker, Nom*D, Huffer, Stolen Girlfriends Club, Eugenie, Ingrid Starnes, Wynn Hamlyn, and Paris Georgia.
Click here to read more.       Click here to buy La La La  a zine for Moko.               Click here to read the New Zealand Herald article.

 

“I would not have made it this far without Shine’s support. Shine helped me when I hit bottom and there was no hope, then supported me with everything, before and after the birth of my son. You gave me the strength to stand on my feet and look forward when I was miserable and suicidal. I have my life and freedom back as I have a new warm and safe place and my ex-partner is in prison. Thank you for saving my life and my son’s life!!” a Shine client