escape

six weekend walks every aucklander should conquer

With no shortage of tracks and trails just a wee drive from the city centre, an outdoor escape can always be on the...

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coveted

the new pre-fall collection that has us all sorts of excited

By Harriet Johnstone

Vibrant colours, flirty hemlines and salsa-inducing dresses, La Collezione, the stellar new collection from Ruby, is perhaps the brand's finest to date. Inspired by the spirit...

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culture

we’re obsessed with this artist who won’t tell us who he is…

By Madeline Saxton-Beer

  It’s funny how, when you stumble across an artist who doesn’t want their identity made known, the infatuation comes hard and fast. Much...

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culture

fancy winning all-inclusive vip tickets to the polo?

By Deborah Raj

  With the promise of thundering hooves and thrilling thwacks at this year's Land Rover NZ Polo Open, we daresay few things can compete...

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gastronomy

the top icy treats of the summer

For those days when the sun is beating and air con pumping, there are few cold creations better suited to cool you off...

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gastronomy

new opening the point chev beach cafe is your new weekend go-to

By Madeline Saxton-Beer

With Point Chev's Coyle Park being a beacon of summertime activities in the city, it comes as no surprise that a couple of seasoned...

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culture

your month-long french film fix has arrived

By Francesca Rudkin

Calling all Francophiles — this month Rialto World is screening a diverse collection of French films on Monday evenings, including the award-winning Dheepan....

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gastronomy

new opening azon is furthering our education of filipino food

By Harriet Johnstone

Filipino food is not pretty. Not traditionally anyway. Focused on being appetising rather than attractive, perhaps it’s for that reason that the Southeast...

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coveted

get them before they’re gone: our summer sale picks

Though for many of us, numero uno on the list of New Year’s resolutions is to enjoy a thriftier 2017, the current summer...

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culture

cock-a-doodle-do something charitable this year of the rooster

By Deborah Raj

To celebrate the Lunar New Year of the Rooster, from 28th of January till the 12th of February, over 35 life-sized cockerels will...

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gastronomy

new opening porch is possibly auckland’s best situated all-day bistro

By Madeline Saxton-Beer

Saint Heliers isn't the same old sleepy seaside Auckland suburb it used to be. Just ask owners of the brand new waterfront eatery,...

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bon vivant

your chance to chopper to waiheke’s headland sculpture on the gulf with jaguar

There are few things better designed to please the soul and the spirit than a jaunt across to our neighbouring island paradise. And,...

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design

explore the epic malibu house that featured in tom ford’s ‘nocturnal animals’

By Madeline Saxton-Beer

  Tom Ford's heightened aesthetic sensibilities have undoubtedly transposed into his career as an auteur. His most recent piece of cinema, Nocturnal Animals, was...

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culture

auckland’s favourite sculpture trail is back and better than ever

While there’s no shortage of outdoor past times during the balmy summer months of January and February, it's rather magical when activities that...

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coveted

ditch the jandals lads & meet your new summer shoes

By Harriet Johnstone

An inevitable item in any male’s wardrobe, the jandal is widely considered a national treasure. Transforming with ease from a simple slip-on into a...

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escape

the 8 rooftop bars you need to hit in usa right now

  Planning a States sojourn some time in the near future? Be sure to add these sky high establishments to your USA to-do list. SOHO...

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wellbeing

should you be drinking salt water?

Holistic nutritionists are calling salt water sole (pronounced “so-lay”) the time-honoured health and wellness infusion you need to know. Made with Himalayan pink...

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design

the custom-designed furniture you’ve been waiting for

If you’ve ever admired the customised furniture in Ponsonby’s Saan restaurant, the good news is designer Ben Glass offers his distinctive bespoke furniture...

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culture

the million dollar party you don’t want to miss

With the festive season having come and gone in a champagne-fuelled whirlwind, those in the know have had a taste of what the races...

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wellbeing

8 things your hairdresser wants you to know

By Harriet Johnstone

  As the tamers of the tresses, wizards of the weave and gatekeepers of the glam, it is important to keep your hairstylist on...

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