From playful pale pinks and punchy powder-blues to joyful gelato-inspired greens and luxe lilacs and lavenders, hit your wardrobe with a lick of pastel power this season – or better yet wear these mood-enhancing, subtly statement-making hues from head to toe.
From bold florals, fresh brights, molten metallics and fancy frills to decadent nods to deliciousness (think dark chocolate, croissants, banana pudding, cakes and coffee), sweeten up your October with a few of our favourite things.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Play together, stay together. Curious whether the same applies to work together, Ella James put some questions to Ruby’s Sharma sisters about being colleagues in the fashion business the family bought in 2008.
When you have spent more than four decades living and breathing New Zealand’s fashion scene, it’s clear you know what makes a good thing last. Juliet Speedy talks to Margarita Robertson, the woman behind NOM*d and Plume.
When it comes to a day at the races, there’s so much that excites me. The new dress, shoes and bag, all of which I am now completely able to justify. But it’s not all fun and games, because the thought of picking and parading a fascinator quite frankly brings me out in a cold sweat.
We’re all guilty of over-dying and over-styling our hair. But, did you know that we frequently make our hair suffer a significant amount of stress? Let us introduce you to the three culprits of damage that have infiltrated your haircare routine, without you even realising it.