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Style File: Jane Eppstein
Jewellery designer Jane Eppstein. Image supplied. Jewellery designer Jane Eppstein has been handcrafting jewellery for over a decade from her Wellington-based studio. The designer traded corporate life for a more creative one in the UK before moving to New Zealand in 2006 with her husband. Jane is known for her modern style with elegant pieces … Continue reading "Style File: Jane Eppstein"
Kowtow launches ethical wool coats and ‘Six Generations’ campaign
Kowtow’s new ‘Six Generations’ campaign. Images supplied. Ethical brand Kowtow launched their first collection of ethical and sustainable wool coats this week. The elegant new coats are made from mulesing-free ZQ certified merino wool, fully lined with cupro and finished with tagua nut buttons. They’re designed to be a beautiful investment piece and to be … Continue reading "Kowtow launches ethical wool coats and ‘Six Generations’ campaign"
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Karen Walker and Blunt Umbrellas release clever new collaboration
Karen Walker and Blunt Umbrellas have just released a new collaboration. Image supplied. Following on from previous notable collaborations, Blunt Umbrellas and Karen Walker released a new limited edition collaboration today. Called ‘Karen Walker for Blunt™ Grandmaster Umbrella’ it matches Karen Walker’s latest collection Onwards and Upwards which is inspired by designer Karen Walker’s personal … Continue reading "Karen Walker and Blunt Umbrellas release clever new collaboration"
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The future of fashion – part two
Future of fashion panel at NZFW 2018 Sonia Sly (left), Murray Bevan (2nd left), Kathryn Wilson (2nd right), Belinda Watt (right). Image by James Yang Photography. Last week we shared the first half of our seminar that was made into a podcast for Sonia Sly’s My Heels Are Killing Me podcast on Radio New Zealand. … Continue reading "The future of fashion – part two"