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New Zealand designer Annah Stretton is celebrating her country's passage of marriage equality laws in April by throwing two women a dream wedding right in time for NZ Fashion Week this August. Once winning the competition called "Come on Oz, Say I Do," the fiances will win two wedding gowns, dresses for the bridal party, afterparty, and a video/photo package. It will be the first marriage on a runway ever. [Frockwriter]