It's not just TV work that is keeping her busy. Lorraine Downes will front a new fashion documentary series taking us inside the lives of Yves Saint Laurent, Jean Paul Gaultier and more. LOVE is all you need.A woman's 'essence' is her connection to her soul. I have fond memories of her. Former Miss Universe, Lorraine Downes, Style and Wellness Consultant. Picture / Rebecca Zephyr ThomasLorraine believes in the importance of inner and outer wellness. The shoot was done in a private, chic residence in Ponsonby, which was perfectly suited to our subject matter of high-end fashion," she says.
The inner as well as the outer and how they are inextricably connected.“I’m finding joy again and it’s been a process,” she says. Beloved wife of Doug Downes for over 44 years.
Lorraine Downs will front a new fashion documentary series taking us inside the lives of Yves Saint Laurent, Jean Paul Gaultier and more. You can still show your support by planting a tree in memory of Lorraine Downes. "It was my first time reading autocue, I was a little nervous, but Roger was an incredible director and told me after the shoot, that I was a natural," said Downes. www.lorrainedownes.com
Now, due to the “overwhelming” warm reaction to her story, she finds herself cast as something of an unexpected role model for how to deal with tough times gracefully. Her love of ballroom dancing hasn't faded since she won Dancing with the Stars in 2006 with Aaron Gilmore - and she says being able to dance her Argentine tango again and hugging, have been essentials since lockdown.On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later. There are no events scheduled. “That is something I’ve worked on very hard in the last two years.” That’s the two years since Lorraine lost her partner, New Zealand cricketing great Martin Crowe, to a long battle with cancer.In that time the exhausted caregiver moved in with her sister for a year to regroup.
"I met Roger and his team and I left the meeting instantly knowing the fit was right for us all.
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Even that DWTS outing was more of a passion project than a career move, with winning a surprise bonus.Lorraine has always loved to dance and dance she still does, attending weekly tango sessions whenever she can.
The area she chose, Stanley Point, is comfortingly familiar, just down the road from where her grandmother once lived. "I remember modelling in Patrick Steele's collection show in 1985 which was held at the Auckland War Memorial Museum.
It was also a time when fashion shows were regular big events," she says.
Lorraine Elizabeth Downes is a New Zealand dancer and beauty queen who won the Miss Universe title in 1983 and the New Zealand version of the reality TV show Dancing with the Stars in 2006.