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    NZFW Day Four: No Limits

    Day in, and day out of running between shows at New Zealand Fashion Week and everything becomes a big old blur of mushiness. My brain starts to shut ...

    On August 30, 2015 / By
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    NZFW Day Three: True Romance

    I’ve spent the past few days eating whilst standing, and I’m constantly on the move with very little time to catch my breath. I’ve ducked and dived between ...

    On August 28, 2015 / By
  • NZFW Day Two, images by Sonia Sly (10 of 84)
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    NZFW Day Two: Five Questions

    What is it like to attend fashion week? I asked myself five questions. 1.What are my thoughts so far? Designers with decades of experience have a sense of ...

    On August 26, 2015 / By

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    Street Art: Mica Still

    Last week I had the honour of meeting and interviewing Mica Still, a U.S born, Wellington-based artist, whose work I first admired during a tour of K-Road’s street art, early last year. What I love about Mica’s work is the playful array of colourful animals—ordinarily bears and wolves—that stretch the length of walls in forward motion, sometimes looking back at you as ...

    On July 9, 2015 / By
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    Get thee to the Godfather

    You boys are smart and you already know what I’m about to tell you: going to the barbershop is cool, right? With the return of the precision fade and that Pompadour that you’re already sporting—and if not, then you won’t be left out of the equation—because where there are men, there will always be hair. Sometimes in the last place you’d expect. ...

    On June 13, 2015 / By
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    Otsu: Art School Geometry

    “Space in your Pocket” is the theme of Otsu’s AW15 collection and is the brainchild of Osaka-born, Wellington-based designer Yuka Maud, who took her maiden name ‘Otsu’ and turned it into a label about six years ago. Of the ethos behind the label she says, “We give minimal stimulation to make extraordinary feelings in everyday life and clothes that emit a delicate ...

    On May 25, 2015 / By

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Deadly Decadence

Warmer weather is almost here, and with it, a season of bright, bold colours quickly arriving on hangers and shelves. On good form and in good time, accessories ...

On August 5, 2015 / By

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Fashion

  • NZFW Day Four
    Fashion 0

    NZFW Day Four: No Limits

    Day in, and day out of running between shows at New Zealand Fashion Week and everything becomes a big old blur of mushiness. My brain starts to shut ...

    On August 30, 2015 / By
  • NZFW Day Three, Natalie Chan Collection, images by Sonia Sly
    Fashion 0

    NZFW Day Three: True Romance

    I’ve spent the past few days eating whilst standing, and I’m constantly on the move with very little time to catch my breath. I’ve ducked and dived between ...

    On August 28, 2015 / By
  • NZFW Day Two, images by Sonia Sly (10 of 84)
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    NZFW Day Two: Five Questions

    What is it like to attend fashion week? I asked myself five questions. 1.What are my thoughts so far? Designers with decades of experience have a sense of ...

    On August 26, 2015 / By

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    Vojislav Radovanovic’s Theory of Unity

    The beauty of art is that we need not travel to see the works of international talent. Serbian painter and multimedia artist, Vojislav Radovanovic has shown his work in over 200 exhibitions and international culture and multimedia festivals around the world. Based in Belgrade, Vojislav’s new work ‘Theory of Unity’ draws on the connections between art and science where the material world ...

    On May 15, 2015 / By
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    Hong Kong <3

    ong Kong is fast. There’s always a new restaurant, a new bar or a new gallery trying to vie for your attention. It’s a place where the hedonistic indulge and excess is everywhere. Multiple Chanel, Gucci and Prada stores can be found a mere stone’s throw from each other and everything can start to look the same. But underneath the skyscrapers and ...

    On April 13, 2015 / By
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