I thought I would keep a tally of how many of my predictions made at the weekend come true this week.
I am hoping for a high degree of success and think I am off to a good start on day one.
As my predictions come true I will hyperlink them to a relative story
Wish me luck..
On Monday night the mayor will speak about the importance of Fashion Week and by Wednesday he will be talking about the Art Gallery.
There will be a controversy, possibly a celebrity and somehow people will compare something irrelevant to adidas or telecom.
A major label not involved will try and steal coverage away and at some point in the week there will be a story about the lack of Christchurch designers and the adversity they face making clothes in their toilet or kitchen, cue more earthquake footage and an ”iconic” ruined Christchurch building.
Watch out for the normal model falling over shots, celebrities stuffing their faces and the close up shot of a front row seat empty with a VIP name sellotaped to it.
An underage model will get drunk prompting someone to “meld” that incident into lifting the drinking age.
Bloggers will get shot working on their computers during the show even though this undermines the journalist’s job security.
The Prime Ministers daughter will attend a show.
A small fledgling designer will complain about the lack of orders they have received even though they probably have no chance of ever fulfilling them if they did get them.
A celebrity (possibly Paul Henry) will be shot with his daughter as his date.
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