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The best new beauty this month, from velvety foundations and epic hot tools to exciting exfoliants and power-packed skin potions.
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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.
With a cult following across the country, it was only a matter of time before Augustine opened in the South Island. We caught up with owner and designer Kelly Coe to celebrate the Kiwi fashion brand’s biggest store yet.
We’re so excited to bring you a special section just for teens and tweens these holidays. Plus, we've got some online-only content to keep you ticking over.
Dr Katherine Townend is a doctor with a difference – helping to look after patients in the sky. She describes what it’s like being an aeromedical specialist, and why the flying doctor service is so important.
Addington Raceway has had to change its event plans more than once in the past few months. Now, brand champion Carlo Gomez is on a mission to bring the whole country on the Cup Week journey.
Inspired by our Aussie friends, The Crossing Fashion Starts Here competition is going digital, so it’s more accessible than ever. Get your friends together, get dressed up and get snapping!
No matter which level we end up in, Cup Week will take place this November and our special edition is sure to get you excited.
With youngsters in tow, Caroline Sills grew her fashion label from basement beginnings. Four decades later, those children now lead key aspects of the iconic retail brand. Words by Juliet Speedy.
Science tells us that women of all ages can experience hair loss, for one of many reasons. Four Canterbury ladies speak up in the hope of banishing shame and highlighting the options available. Words by Anna Wallace.
Ironically for someone who’s a Cup Day judge, stylist Lou Heller is about the least judgemental person you’ll meet. Her mission is to empower others through their own personal style evolution. Words Anna Wallace.
Briarwood founder Ange Marshall turned her dream into reality and, with business partner Jayne Thomson, has seen plenty of positive growth.
The story started with a jetboat crash and an enamel teapot, and it has forged a partnership deeply connected to Wānaka’s natural environment.
Jytte Glintbory has always felt a connection to nature to support her wellbeing. After her husband had a a health scare, it led them on a journey to source top quality essential oil from around the globe.
From her parents’ clothing factory to London and Paris, North Canterbury’s Arlene Tipler has been on a journey to collect the knowledge she needed to launch her own label.
Climbing the corporate ladder in London, Common People’s Jodie Calder found herself torn: continue the climb, or venture into untested waters with her own fashion label? Words Shelley Robinson The series of one-way tickets through […]
When it’s time for a different look, OCULA experts – like Roberta McIlraith – will ensure your eyewear is as fabulous as you are!
Her cancer treatment took a toll on her skin. So she decided to design her own range of natural skin care products, including one product made with beer.
How have NZ designers of 'slow' fashion emerged after Covid-19 lockdown?
She is straight-talking, funny and her creative process is completely organic. Meet the jeweller for “uncommon people”.
If you see a dog sporting a leather collar adorned with crystals, cameos and studs, it is highly likely it is a Kathryn Payne original.
Fend off those brassy tones. A look at new products on the market.
Inspired by Prime Minister's Jacinda Ardern's response during the Covid-19 lockdown, a New Zealand fashion label has named its new season coat after her.
Caitlin Crisp started her fashion label by saying, ‘No.’
A tribute to a father and an exploration of the concept of constant change has seen two Otago fashion students named as finalists in the iD International Emerging Designer Awards. 
A Christchurch fashion store has released a new coat range with matching face masks.
Bowron Sheepskins has teamed with footwear label Mi Piaci to produce several shearling styles.
In our fashion dance among the decades, we take a look at the 1990 - 2000s. Yes, there is a bit of cringe involved during these years fashion-wise, but thank goodness for one TV programme, t saves the day.
The lift, the dress and that truly awkward watermelon scene. Fashion inspired by the iconic movie, Dirty Dancing.
The days are starting to blend together, you are feeling a bit frazzled and you’ve had one too many online conference calls. Never fear, we've called in a skincare expert to help you out at home.
Local lippy, the ultimate blow dry and coffee scrubs all make the cut.
The latest in all things beauty.
This year from 26 August to 1 September, an ever-thriving New Zealand Fashion Week returns with a focus on sustainability, inclusivity and business success.
While our travel keepsakes are gimmicky souvenirs and forgettable selfies, those of fashion designer Jane Daniels inspire new fabrics and fine designs.
Vanessa Ortynsky follows up on a trend that is seeing Kiwis connecting with Balinese artisans to produce the latest fashions.
The most exciting week of the year for the New Zealand fashion industry celebrated familiar favourites and emerging new talent.
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.
In the right outfit you can conquer the work commute, unruly clients, and the entire world. So, give your working wardrobe the promotion it deserves.
Over the decades, fashion trends come and go, some repeat themselves whilst others become timeless staples that we couldn’t imagine our lives and wardrobes without.
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