Popular New Zealand urban fashion label, Ketz-ke is pleased to announce model and George FM presenter of the 'What's Hot, What's Not' segment, Sophia Nash will be the star face of the label for the upcoming winter 2012 season.
The announcement comes as Sophia confirms her role as a 2012 New Zealand Fashion Festival ambassador where Ketz-ke will be sponsoring her wardrobe during this time, alongside a selection of other events held during the season.
Ketz-ke designer, Jenny Drury says “We are absolutely delighted to have Sophia join our team,” “just like the Ketz-ke brand she is fun, dynamic and represents a fashion forward style.”
In addition to being dressed by Ketz-ke for special events, Sophia will be involved with various communication activities offering her fashion picks and style advice to Ketz-ke’s discerning audience.
A huge fan since her discovery of the label, Sophia Nash says “as a mother of two and a model, having comfort and fashion is essential.”
“Ketz-ke is the perfect mix of casual and minimal fuss style with easy to mix statement pieces and accessible price points.”
A growing personality on New Zealand’s fashion and media scene since 2002, Sophia is looking forward to an exciting season of wearing Ketz-ke while she continues to exercise her talents across TV, event and radio presenting.
About Sophia Nash
An aspirational and dynamic individual, Sophia Nash sports an extensive resume that includes modelling, presenting for Alt TV, New Zealand Fashion Week coverage on George FM and hosting a radio show on Radio Ponsonby.
Also a D.J with fellow well known personality Jessie Gurunathan, the pair makeup the JoanAv Arc League duo that have already played at some of Auckland City’s hottest bars including Chapel, Red Hummingbird and Puma Social Club among others.
Established in 2007 by Jenny Drury, Ketz-ke has become renowned for its affordable urban wear style. Now stocked in over 80 stores across New Zealand as well as stockists in China, Australia and USA, Ketz-ke’s effortless style has become a favourite among women of all ages around the world.