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From plant-based nail gel and orchid-inspired lippies to oxygen-infused moisturisers and nameless fragrances, here’s what the 03 team are trying this month.
The 150-year-old Canterbury Museum gets an unexpected and very modern makeover this month as urban art takeover SHIFT descends on the historic site, armed with spray cans.
Christchurch-based florist Alexandra Valle of The Flower Press shares some trade secrets to try at home.
Great new reads to please even the pickiest of bookworms.
Written by 30 leading women architects, historians and academics and including more than 500 women in New Zealand architecture, Elizabeth Cox’s impressive new tome Making Space is a long-overdue kickstart for the country’s architectural rhetoric.
03’s merry band of beverage reviewers taste-test the latest and greatest drops.
Queenstown’s newest neighbourhood local Odd Saint lends us the recipe for a suitably outside-the-box yet delicious signature cocktail.
Chill out in style this month with a few of our favourite things, from pearl hat chains, salted caramel lip scrubs and chic New Zealand-designed inflatable pools to local fashion in lush, laidback shades of green and covetable items to enhance your home.
Stay nauti-cool this month in breezy, boat-appropriate style,with Breton stripes, chambray, blues, creams, crisp whites and luxe accessories that nod to laidback life on the ocean wave.
Interior designer and The Block NZ co-host Shelley Ferguson on understanding colour, and how best to use it in your home.
From cult capsules and tropical shampoos to fragrance enhancers and innovative balms, here’s what the 03 team are trying right now.
Christchurch couple Amy Douglas and Mitchell Coll have only been working together a little over a year, but they’ve already notched up some big wins for their cool, clever and innovative designs.
03’s merry band of beverage reviewers taste-test the latest and greatest beverages.
From strawberry and mango to lemon, lime and tangerine, this season’s most delicious gelato-inspired colours are the fastest way to feel fabulous and freshen up your wardrobe.
Reflecting on the disruptive and traumatic changes that have affected Ōtautahi Christchurch over the last decade, Wendelien Bakker’s public installation for SCAPE 22/23 utilises a material that was once ubiquitous to the city.
The iconic New Zealand drinks brand Charlie’s has changed its name to Henry’s to celebrate rugby legend Sir Graham Henry. 
From lush lip oils and cute nail stickers to innovative hot tools and coffee-infused body scrubs, here’s what the 03 team are trying right now.
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From chic homeware collabs and cool cookbooks to bear-shaped beauty products and Barbie-pink swimsuits, here’s what we’re coveting right now.
Growing up in the seaside settlement of Waitati, jewellery designer Holly Howe has lived in Dunedin all her life, and has been creating “small wearable sculptures” in silver and gold for a decade.
The ultimate summer-inspired skin edit featuring overnight masks, plumping creams, and dewy-skin makeup.
Nicola Galloway shares a spring riff of the ubiquitous bean salad, with white beans, asparagus and artichoke.
Nicola Galloway shares her recipe for warm layered salad with a base of creamy, tart yoghurt, topped with sweet roasted cauliflower and salty chickpeas.
Renowned both for her home garden (and the delicious recipes created using the results) and her sourdough (and accompanying workshops), Nelson-based Nicola Galloway is a model of sustainable, self-sufficient and scrumptious cookery.
The ultimate his and hers gifting guide from covetable self-care sets to colognes he’ll love this festive season.
Raising a toast to Queenstown’s very special alpine environment and sensational seasonal produce.
A place to discover what deserves a spot in your TBR pile.
The Bread & Circus World Buskers Festival is coming back better than ever this summer, celebrating 30 years of entertaining the crowds of Ōtautahi, Christchurch.
Summer music festivals are back – in a big way – and South Islanders are spoilt for choice when it comes to enjoying their favourite acts in the great outdoors, with Rhythm & Alps featuring headline acts including Marlon Williams.
Talking Riccarton Mall, sausage dogs, South Island must-visits and alpaca parties with Christchurch-raised funnyman Chris Parker.
A monochrome palette is, and probably always will be, the epitome of classic cool. This season, tap into that most timeless of fashion pairings – black and white – for instant chic, whether you’re dressing up or down.
After a decade abroad, Hope Williams has returned to Christchurch with partner Matt Leadbetter to launch luxury lifestyle supplement brand OtherNature.
From things that sparkle and homeware with impact, to star-powered books, luxe lip balms, playfully shaped totes and chic chilly bins, here’s what we’re coveting this month.
Via her much-loved social media account @whānaukai, Otago-born Naomi Toilalo’s special recipe for feel-good baking – shared in a mix of te reo Māori and English – is a celebration of contemporary Kiwi food and culture. This month, she releases a bilingual cookbook of the same name, featuring 70 of her tohutao reka (delicious recipes).
The best new beauty this month, from facial oils and hydrating serums, to glossy hair mists.
Aotearoa pop-star Jason Parker talks his highly anticipated new EP How To Be Lonely, writing Capital P Pop music, and what inspired his new tracks.
Ōtautahi-based artist Deep Water Creek talks his beautiful new single ‘Bucket Spider’, writing his upcoming album, and performing live in Christchurch.
Situated below its Mexican-inspired sister restaurant, Margo’s, Queenstown’s first dedicated tequila and mezcal cocktail bar Little Mez opened its doors earlier this year. To get us in the mood for summer, bar manager Stu Campbell shares the recipe for one of their most popular drinks.
A place to discover what deserves a spot in your TBR pile.
Liz Carlson shares an extract from her new book, Houseplants and Design on how to style houseplants in your home.
Living in the South Island for nearly a decade has given US-born social media influencer and passionate nature lover Liz Carlson – founder of one of the biggest and most widely read independent travel blogs in the world – a fresh perspective, a sense of belonging… And an obsession with houseplants.
A place to discover what deserves a spot in your TBR pile.
From mood-enhancing florals, bubblegum-pink kicks and bags with bows to luxe makeup compacts and impactful fragrance, here’s what we’re coveting this month.
Why New Zealand merino doesn’t need a sales pitch.
Whether you’re off to the races or just want to replicate a little of the uniquely vivacious vibe, look to lush spring hues, elegant yet playful shapes and luxe, lighthearted accessories.
Musician Ainslie Allen shows us the sights around the South Island
All the bright and bold interior inspiration you need this spring.
A spring-inspired beauty edit to spring clean your routine with serums, fragrances, blushes and more.
From paisleys to animal prints, nothing beats a pop of pattern for elevating your wardrobe and adding a sense of optimism and effortless interest to any ensemble.
Whether you’re planning to attend race day events or just want to capture the vibe in your new-season wardrobe, seasoned pro Mary Outram gives us her hot tips.
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