Ko Dmonic Intenthu ka ara ki te pae

Wepiha Te Kanawa
  • Te Tai Tokerau
  • Tāmaki Makaurau

Hei apopo timata ai te hui puera kakahu nui rawa atu o te motu arā "New Zealand fashion week", ā, he whakatikatika, whakariterite hoki te mahi a ngā kaiwaihanga me ngā kaimau pueru. Engari he tau whakahirahira tēnei mō tētahi rōpū waihanga pueru, i kōrero aĀ, koinā ngā kawenga kōrero mō tēnei wā. Ki te hiahia mātakitaki koe i ngā pūrongo katoa a Te Kāea, ki te hiahia whai rānei koe i wā mātou taipitopito kōrero o te wā, whai mai i a mātou i runga o Pukamata, mātaki mai rānei i a Rereātea i te poupoutanga o ia rā, i runga i tā mātou whārangi ipurangi, kei māoritelevision.com. Ngā manaakitanga a te waahi ngaro ki te tī, ki te tā, hei konā mai i roto i ngā mihi.Hei apopo timata ai te hui puera kakahu nui rawa atu o te motu arā "New Zealand fashion week", ā, he whakatikatika, whakariterite hoki te mahi a ngā kaiwaihanga me ngā kaimau pueru. Engari he tau whakahirahira tēnei mō tētahi rōpū Māori o Demonic Intent.

Pērā i tō rātou ingoa, nō te koko uri ngā mahi a 'Dmonic Intent'.

‘It’s more like a character, I don't know a lot of people base their things off a certain look, we kind of base ours off a certain personality, like women that we think are awesome’ s hei tā Maxine Woolridge.

I roto i nga tau tata ki muri kua tū ngā kaiwaihanga a Maxine Woolridge, tana teina a Samara me tana tuakana a Joe Walker i te taha o etahi atu kaiwaihanga kakahu ki 'NZ Fashion Week'. Heoi i tenei tau ka tū motuhake mai ratou.

E ai ki a Samara Woolridge ‘The organiser of fashion week asked us and she thought that, it was about time we had a solo show and yeah so we said yes’

Ko Joe te tohunga hanga whakakai koura.

“No pressure, for us we are a family business so this is what we enjoy doing, we all have our day jobs to do, we enjoy designing, art and everything like that’ hei tā Joe Walker.

Five years ago 'Demonic Intent' received support from Indigenous Māori Fashion Apparel Board 'Miromoda. Now they have their own show, and encourage more Māori designers to follow their dreams.

E whakamanawa ana a Samara Woolridge ki ngā kaipahoa kākahu ‘Do it, just try, you don’t know what’s going to happen until you try.

Ka eke a 'Demonic Intent' ki te papa hīkoi a te Rātū ki te taiwhanga o ANZ Viaduct ki Tāmaki.

'Demonic Intent' will hit the catwalk on Tuesday at the ANZ Viaduct Centre in Auckland.

Kei te miharo nga kaiwhakawaa o te whakataetae a Feleti Strickson Pua o Nesian Mystic raua ko te whetu puoro o mua a K'Lee ki nga wahanga ahurea me nga tuhinga waiata a Kaiolani, he mea tuku nānā mō tōna hoa i aitua ki te wai.

‘I roto i tēnei whakataetae to mātou reo me ngā reo kē atu, o te moana nui a kiwa, he whakahirahira ērā reo ki ahau’.

Hei apopo timata ai te hui puera kakahu nui rawa atu o te motu arā "New Zealand fashion week", ā, he whakatikatika, whakariterite hoki te mahi a ngā kaiwaihanga me ngā kaimau pueru. Engari he tau whakahirahira tēnei mō tētahi rōpū Māori o Dmonic Intent anei tana pūrongo.

Pērā i tō rātou ingoa, nō te koko uri ngā mahi a 'Dmonic Intent'.

‘It’s more like a character, I don't know a lot of people base their things off a certain look, we kind of base ours off a certain personality, like women that we think are awesome’ s hei tā Maxine Woolridge.

I roto i nga tau tata ki muri kua tū ngā kaiwaihanga a Maxine Woolridge, tana teina a Samara me tana tuakana a Joe Walker i te taha o etahi atu kaiwaihanga kakahu ki 'NZ Fashion Week'. Heoi i tenei tau ka tū motuhake mai ratou.

E ai ki a Samara Woolridge ‘The organiser of fashion week asked us and she thought that, it was about time we had a solo show and yeah so we said yes’

Ko Joe te tohunga hanga whakakai koura.

“No pressure, for us we are a family business so this is what we enjoy doing, we all have our day jobs to do, we enjoy designing, art and everything like that’ hei tā Joe Walker.

Five years ago 'Dmonic Intent' received support from Indigenous Māori Fashion Apparel Board 'Miromoda. Now they have their own show, and encourage more Māori designers to follow their dreams.

E whakamanawa ana a Samara Woolridge ki ngā kaipahoa kākahu ‘Do it, just try, you don’t know what’s going to happen until you try.

Ka eke a 'Dmonic Intent' ki te papa hīkoi a te Rātū ki te taiwhanga o ANZ Viaduct ki Tāmaki.

'Dmonic Intent' will hit the catwalk on Tuesday at the ANZ Viaduct Centre in Auckland.