Saturday night saw Clicquot in the Snow hold its finale, the Kathryn Wilson Catwalk Show, at the Hilton Queenstown on the shores of Lake Wakatipu.
But it wasn't the shoes from the fabulous collection that caused the most gasps, nor was it the female nautical-nymphs, styled by X Factor NZ stylist Kylie Cooke.
It was the two, ever-so-slightly infamous models walking the catwalk, sporting two of the best sets of abs in the country that set the predominantly female audience on fire.
One was NZ's first Bachelor, Art Green and the other, fellow Red 11 model Kieran Price. Both are popular guys on the social circuit, who have made headlines lately for all the wrong reasons.
Green and his bachelorette girlfriend, MediaWorks sales rep Matilda Rice, hit headlines when Green showed up in "brown face" to Colin Mathura-Jeffree's birthday party two weeks ago.
People weren't too fazed at the event, but Rice's posting of a picture of Green the next morning, calling him a "chocolate-covered treat", (then deleting it later), set off a media storm.
Yesterday, Rice hit the spotlight again when she tweeted about "attitude" from a sales assistant, after she declined a request to give a $2 donation for a children's charity. Flight of the Conchords' star Jemaine Clement called her out on it - which spawned more news headlines.
Green's co-model was Kieran Price, who made the news last Tuesday when he appeared before the court on driving offences. He was sentenced on two charges of driving while suspended and one charge of careless driving causing injury. Price is to complete 80 hours of community work and pay the victim a lump sum of $900 within a week of sentencing. He has apologised to the victim.
Veuve Clicquot is renowned for putting on some of the best parties around town and Spy knows both it and Kathryn Wilson to be very image-conscious with their events.
In past years, the Kathryn Wilson Finale with Veuve Clicquot has wowed. In 2013, Wilson held her show at Michael Hill's golf course, The Hills, and last year at a Queenstown helicopter hangar, complete with a chopper landing and fake snow.
This year's show wowed for different reasons. The fireworks display afterwards was incredible but the boys and their bodies became the sensation of the night, and later on social media.
MediaWorks exec Julie Christie was in attendance and Spy understands she was pleased to see The Bachelor star on the catwalk. Other notables there from the Auckland social scene were party regulars Storm Bellamy, Martin Colenbrander, Monique Cairns, Tim Alpe and architect Darren Jessop, who Spy hears is soon to throw the biggest 50th birthday party of the year in Queenstown.
After the show, Spy hears some of the models crossed the lake to hit downtown Queenstown. Green was seen partying until late at George FM's Snowball party at Bungalow, with Green giving DJ Dan Aux a Galliano Black Sambuca cocktail lay-back on the bar.