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From pavlova-scented candles and lamington-hued mugs to much-anticipated autobiographies, vintage-inspired jewels, chequerboard towels, quirky tees and cut crystal, here’s what 03’s editor is coveting right now.
From citrus brights to Barbie pink, hit winter with a punch of perky, popping colour to effortlessly brighten up the seemingly never-ending grey days.
Founder/designer of cult Kiwi fashion brand Jimmy D, James Dobson travels the south several times a year on sales trips, showcasing his latest collections to his stockists around the island – so he’s something of an expert on where to stay, shop, eat and imbibe.
From mood-enhancing pops of colour (our current fave is rich red) in everything from homeware to jewellery to playful ways to perfume and pieces to get cosy in, here’s what the 03 team are coveting this month.
Crack the coat this winter with our picks of the cosiest on-trend outerwear, from the warm and fluffy to the covetably quilted and the sleek and chic.
From innovative hair removers and smart self-tanners to at-home peels, high-pigment eye colours and lip-plumping liners, here’s what the 03 team are trying this month.
Dunedin’s coolest fashion store Company has made a small move – with big impact.
Beige doesn’t have to be boring, and if this season’s options for lighter shades of pale are anything to go by, there’s plenty of fun and flair to be had in hues from oatmeal and honey to mocha and even moonrock…
A stalwart of the South Island fashion industry for two decades, Natalie Newlands continues to celebrate this very special part of the world – including its stunning natural palette – from her current base in Arrowtown.
Returning to Dunedin after two decades abroad, top fashion design talent Tara Viggo is bringing her sustainable mindset home.
There are plenty of excellent options out there when it comes to plain knitwear, but sometimes a girl just wants to have fun and stand out – while staying warm. Which is where our playful patterned picks come in.
From mood-enhancing prints, ultra luxe skincare and autumn-ready outerwear to cool stools, pretty pearls and rainproof accessories, here’s what the 03 team are coveting this month.
With cooler weather on its way but not quite fully arrived, the hardest working style item in your wardrobe right now should be the humble (yet highly underestimated) cardigan.
This month we’re in the mood for eccentric, eclectic prints and new angles on everyday essentials, and keen to get our hands on some instant cult classics, from books to perfume.
This month we’re celebrating pieces elevated from the everyday by the addition of considered design details – tactile elements cleverly created or enhanced with pleats, knots, twists, ruching, ruffles, braiding and cutouts.
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.
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.
From chic homeware collabs and cool cookbooks to bear-shaped beauty products and Barbie-pink swimsuits, here’s what we’re coveting right now.
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.
The best new beauty this month, from facial oils and hydrating serums, to glossy hair mists.
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.
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.
If there’s anyone paying close attention to what’s happening in weddings right now – literally and figuratively – it’s the photographers. We caught up with two of the South Island’s best, Luisa Apanui and Charlotte Kiri Cretney, for an update on the industry, and some expert advice.
From hi-vis sustainable sneakers and pretty prints to put you in a spring mood to decadent made-to-order bangles, luxe lipstick-hued bags and a mouthwatering cookbook, here’s what we’re coveting this month.
While she’s well-known around New Zealand for her signature seasonal fashion collections, Dunedin fashion designer Tanya Carlson also does a line in stunning bridal attire.
From the new and the blue to bow ties and bling, accessories are the perfect way to add a personal touch to the big day.
Just because it’s cold and moody doesn’t mean you can’t tap into a little glamour this winter.
From sunshine-hued cosy coats, dazzling opal and diamond earrings and snug-chic wool totes to clever French candles, captivating fragrances and beautifully woven blankets, here’s what we’re coveting this month.
Karen Walker has designed a one-of-a-kind hand knitted sweater featuring the iconic Runaway Girl’s black run on Coronet Peak to raise funds for 10,000 native trees to be planted this Spring. 
With champagne flowing and Otago’s most stylish in attendance, beloved Kiwi fashion label Moochi opened the doors of its brand new Dunedin store last week.
Celebrating more than 25 years in trade, Christchurch-based clothing company Untouched World’s success comes from finding balance between innovation and staying true to its roots.
From iconic blushes and miracle butters to eco cleansing pads and plumping night creams: our roundup of the best new beauty.
Bring the outdoors in with snug yet chic separates.
Nelson born and raised, sustainable beauty star Emma Lewisham shares how a childhood in Aotearoa’s sunshine capital has influenced both her lifestyle and her booming global business.
Alongside its edgy yet wearable clothing collections, Dunedin-based brand Company of Strangers have been dabbling in a side of fine jewellery more for than a decade.
The It kids of local linen and knitwear, Hej Hej are hitting Christchurch with a very special two-day-only pop up this July 22-23. We caught up with co-founders Alice and Kiki to get all the goss.
Warm up with stylish new-season knitwear.
The best new beauty this month, from velvety foundations and epic hot tools to exciting exfoliants and power-packed skin potions.
The best new beauty.
In just under a decade, Christchurch-based Brianne West has built a sustainable beauty business literally from her kitchen table into a global brand. This year sees Ethique’s first dip into cosmetics with a lush new lipstick range.
Cult Aussie fashion label Camilla and Marc is once again encouraging women to talk about their ovaries with their annual campaign.
Cookbook and wellness author Eleanor Ozich’s latest project is inspired by her rediscovered passion for surfing. Here's some of her surfing-adjacent food and beauty recipes for you to try.
Award-winning Queenstown-based hair and makeup artist Noriko Watanabe on her 35-year career in film and tv, including working on Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog, shot on location in the South Island.
Sometimes a seasonal collection comes along and you think to yourself, I'm going to need one of everything! Moochi's latest is one of those ranges for Josie Steenhart.
Maniototo farmer turned fashion collector, Eden Hore was a man with a vision. His captivating story of daring to be different in the 1970s is just as entertaining and inspiring now.
Dunedin’s hair and beauty industry is basking in the glow of multiple gongs in the 2021 Industry Awards. Creative Christchurch barbers fared well too. Read on for all the details.
Designer and founder of the Margaret Wray label, Jamie Richards, uses her wealth of international experience to create unique bridal and evening wear couture.
When back in her old home town, here's some of singer Reb Fountain's favourite things to do in Christchurch.
For a status update on new-reality nuptials, a planner, photographer and celebrant share emerging wedding trends.
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