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The Christchurch Town Hall is once again the place that commands attention, not just for the performances that resound within, but the commanding architecture throughout.
If our Morocco feature has you daydreaming about which kaftans you’ll be packing, here are some mighty uprisings in neighbouring Arabian destinations to work into a stopover.
Ricci Harbuck takes her family on a 10-day discovery tour of Marrakesh, the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara regions of Morocco.
Architect Richard Dalman gives us his definition of luxury in today’s hotels.
Style catches up with BESS, the new brand on the block proving that versatility is king.
The polo is coming town, but just what should one wear?
Style caught up with Auckland-born-and-raised designer to find out exactly what it is that makes her life a little less than ordinary.
Brothers Aaron and Nathan Russ of Heritage Expeditions take combining business and leisure to entirely new level.
Vanessa Ortynsky catches up with Marion Smith to discover a growing world of colour and beauty.
We’ve been speaking to some of the South Island’s most sumptuous spas to get the low down on their most luxurious signature treatments.
Ella James talks all things high quality with Deadly Ponies founder and designer Liam Bowden.
An avid collector of all things sports, Lawson has built up quite the collection of memorabilia.
There are 95 million people in Vietnam and nearly all seem to be on scooters aimed at me as i try to cross a street near my Hanoi hotel.
I think i clipped a road cone when I drove out of Archibalds in the new Jaguar E-Pace, but I can assure you, by the end of this trial, I had it parking itself.
More must-haves for the fashion-conscious male.
When you go out into your garden, are you truly present? Are you really experiencing each moment?
The construction and operation of buildings is a major contributor to the demise of our natural environment.
Ella James suggests three simple ways to make a change for good in the world.
We know we need to move our bodies to be fighting fit for whatever life throws our way, but among the excuses is the one about not knowing where to start.
Whether it’s colour, cut or style, you don’t want a strand out of place when you leave a salon. Let us introduce you to three Bliss Hair stylists known for their expert execution.
When it comes to fashion, do you really know what constitutes as sustainable?
Smokey T's, Moment Cafe, Nimpression and Bessie all make the cut for this month's food news.
Ella James catches up with Kiwi Designer Wynn Crawshaw.
Ella James spent 24 hours in the Marlborough Sounds, discovering a few key tips to surviving a Kiwi summer along the way.
Vanessa Ortynsky satisfies her thirst for Aperol Spritz and Central Otago wines at a few of the adventure capital’s standout eateries.
Is fat still something to fear or something to revere? High-protein, low-carb diets are the diets du jour going into 2019 but if you’re dallying with keto first consider whether you could stomach 1500 calories from fat a day.
For Christmas this year, I’m going to go about dressing as Elisabeth does. I’ll be dressing for myself, regardless of trends and fads because that’s what makes style as timeless as Zambesi, after all.
Dorset Street, Fush, EntZ eateries, Ode and Grizzly all make the cut for December's food news.
The holiday season is a time when people return home to visit friends and family - but what creates this feeling of 'home' in our cities?
If Christmas leaves you wistful for a winter wonderland, perhaps it’s time to put a visit to the official hometown of Santa Claus in Finnish Lapland on your wish list.
Chef Tim Nott of the recently refurbished Aikman’s in Merivale has Christmas sorted three ways, with traditional, vegeterian and vegan recipes.
If you are yet to take a seat at the front of the plane, let us provide you with an insight into what you would expect if you were to opt for Business Class on Singapore Airlines’ A350.
A well-planned exterior setting can greatly extend your home. Make it an inviting, stylish area and you gain an outdoor living room.
Shake things up a bit and mix yourself something special.
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.
We caught up with well-known Kiwi shoe designer Kathryn Wilson to find out a little more about the woman behind the 15-year-old brand.
Liv Kinley and Carrie Broomhall, the creative duo creating outstanding race-day headwear, share their love of NZ Cup and Show Week.
Opening officially on October 12, Turanga has already struck a chord with architect Richard Dalman.
At long last, it’s time to come out of hibernation because with the warmer weather comes scope for wining and dining in the great outdoors.
There’s not a cloud in the sky, the heat is up and you’re ready to emerge, but where to go? We hunted high and low for places worthy of your time in the sun.
Words Kate Preece Straight to the point A recent release from the clever minds behind ghd is set to keep you locks in line without damaging your hair. It’s taken five years to develop, but […]
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.
Sure, there’s Napa and Champagne, Tuscany and our own fair country, but where should you point your nose if you’re searching for something a little different?
Architect Richard Dalman discusses what should influence a floor plan and why getting the layout right is so important.
Been there, done that? Keep your itineraries fresh visiting these rising stars or the old favourites having another moment in the sun.
All the best foodie finds from August, including The Fermentist, Food on Q, Little Blackwood, BANG BANG and Southside Social.
Clay masks, #DrawerDetox and plastic free beauty regimes are on the cards this August.
Able to leap the New Zealand Building Code in a single bound. It’s Superhome – and it has the power to raise home standards nationwide.
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.
From the moment you land in Singapore, an ironic sense of calm descends. While the country boasts a population of 5.79 million, it remains easy to wander the streets without bursting that bubble of personal space.
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