World renowned British stylist, author and presenter Gok Wan is in the country, and has come armed with helpful style tips for New Zealand women.
In an appearance on Good Morning today, Wan said how much he missed New Zealand when he was away.
"I'm thrilled to be back and can't wait to share all my tips and tricks for the hottest winter looks with my lovely ladies here in New Zealand," he said.
The How To Look Good Naked presenter is here to bring his style magic to Kiwi audiences in a series of live free shows.
Wan will carry out on-stage makeovers at Westfield Albany from 12.30 pm today.
Wan said of the style tour: "It is a big body shape bonanza. It's a live show, with loads of make-overs, loads of fun talking about body shape and re-educating the nation about how to dress well."
"More importantly, the make-overs are to make women feel good about their bodies - which is what I am all about."
When asked what he thought about Kiwi women's fashion sense, he said: "It is a casual nation, and I had a good look around yesterday, but you do it very well.
"I like the way you make casual clothing look more presentable. You do have your own stamp on the fashion map for sure.
"Plus, now there are big designers on runways, creating whole collections around being slightly more relaxed. It's not just about tailoring anymore."
He said the trends to look out for this winter were, "feminine materials, brights, lace, leather, colour and print clash".
"I also love structured shoulder pads, peplum, and 1940s tailoring."
Asked about the black suit jacket he was wearing today, he said: "This is head to toe Zambesi," referring to the New Zealand based fashion house.
"They are genuinely one of my favourite designers, and we can't get it in the UK. I went a bit mental and brought an empty suitcase to fill up while I am here."
The top piece of advice he would give New Zealand women is "to have an honest relationship with your mirror. If you spend your entire time feeling bad about yourself you are never going to feel bright."
And for New Zealand men he advises that "It is absolutely fine for men to wear hoodies."