This year sees iconic streetwear brand, Huffer, celebrating their 21st birthday. And what better place to celebrate such an occasion than closing NZFW 2018 with another signature off-site show at Auckland’s Power Station.

The collection includes all-new outerwear, featuring vibrant yellows and oranges alongside new camo prints including additional pieces for the functional collections, Down and Stay Dry.

This year, Huffer is supporting the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) with a concept called People Presence, the premise of which is about being there for people and knowing yourself. Yellow is the colour of the MHF and features throughout their collection.

We spoke to Steve Dunstan about the milestone of 21 years, the brand’s maturity and global takeover. Plus, Steve has some sound advice for aspiring designers.



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