coveted

our favourites from nzfw15

And just like that, the annual fashion migration to witness the upcoming collections of our country's leading designers is drawing to a close. Excited...

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etiquette

10 terms that sum it up perfectly

We've stumbled across a genius list of terms offering the exact words we were looking for... 1. Reverse Camel Toe [ass-cleavage] When your pants are so tight, your...

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coveted

in store: laguiole ‘tradition’

Everyone's familiar with the drastic difference a quality knife makes for completing the task at hand - be it carving meat or effortlessly gliding through...

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culture

lengthen your iphone’s battery life

While no one's complaining about the impressive technological advancements in the realms of our cellular devices, we can't deny that with such development,...

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wellbeing

3 beauty looks to love from nzfw

Coming to you live from our perch at the annual celebration of our country's most fashionable minds, one thing is for sure, we can't...

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culture

listen: róisín murphy ‘hairless toys’

By Andrew Reinholds

Most of us will probably be more familiar with the group Róisín Murphy was one half of – Moloko’s ‘Sing it Back’ became a...

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gastronomy

new opening: gainz

Tucked away in an idyllic spot on Auckland's Princess Wharf is a new and unique eatery that's drawing in the fitness-focused crowds. Designed...

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coveted

new opening: world ponsonby flagship

Few are the instances that make us want to do a little dance, make a little love and get down tonight. This is...

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culture

the max patté experience

The spectacular Solace in the Wind sculpture that leans into Wellington’s harbour, is likely British born, New Zealand-based sculptor Max Patté’s most iconic...

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gastronomy

new opening: urchin and amber

A quintessential part of New Zealand's food culture is tucking in to a good 'ol serving of fish and chips, so when we discovered...

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culture

max gimblett – the art of remembrance

On the eve of Anzac Day this year, St. David's church on Khyber Pass Road was adorned with thousands of solid brass quatrefoils, each...

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wellbeing

one heavenly step to fabulous feet

We're not going to tiptoe around the issue - our feet, while never a contender for the most good looking part of the body, take...

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coveted

a spanish affair

Handmade in Spain with exceptional attention to detail, Working Style's selection of coveted shoes are constructed from the finest Beccaro leather, a soft, impeccable...

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gastronomy

new pop-up: bloom’s pretzels

It's safe to say that we're avid devotees of soft, squishy, freshly baked bread-y treats - better yet twisted ones that have long been associated...

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culture

exhibition: metamanagement by john pusateri

  Having recently returned from a prestigious residency at Tapei Artist Village, Pennsylvanian born John Pusateri has built an eminent career since graduating with a Bachelor in...

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wellbeing

why you shouldn’t wear make-up for a workout

Apart from pointing out the obvious - that you don't need it and it's an unnecessary comfort you've come to rely on - working...

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coveted

cool intentions

Noticing a flurry of soft palettes on the streets and runways, it's clear that the hue du jour on everyone's hips is the...

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gastronomy

have you tried dirt bombs?

  From time to time, on our travels around the World Wide Web, we stumble on gems that stop us in our tracks. This...

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wellbeing

‘exhibit – your vision on display’

  After spending some time in London, it become clear to veterans of the hair industry, Andrea and Stephen Cockle, that New Zealand hair...

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bon vivant

how to: elevate your at-home caffeine fix

For most, a freshly brewed cup of coffee is the only way to start the day with the ability to make or break one's delicate morning ritual....

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