the k-way forward

Hot off the streets of Paris Fashion Week, the K-Way has emerged as the favoured wardrobe item you'll find vastly donned by the more casually...

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dry humour

Who knew tea towels could make such an appropriate gift for so many vastly different people in your life? Like everything born from...

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floor appeal

In recollection of her childhood spent growing up in the Swedish countryside, designer Anna Carin McNamara’s latest collection of rugs depict elements of...

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sole mate

Four creative years in the making, brother-sister design duo, Camilla & Marc have finally launched their carefully curated line of footwear. Their endeavour...

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the perfect machine for you

With the rise of trendy coffee brewing apparatuses available, it would seem you don’t have to be an expert, hipster or nerd to...

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carry-on cool

With the long weekend flirtatiously teasing us with a taste of summer sojourns to come, we're revving up for some stress-free down time with an...

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lustworthy lapels

With soiree season upon us, it’s time to dust those suits off and adorn the lapels with suave, new season finesse. And who else to...

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louis vuitton: the icon and the iconoclasts

Since Georges Vuitton created and patented the ‘LV’ monogram, featuring his father’s initials, decorated with quatrefoils and four-petal flowers, the insignia has endured...

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tea sensibility

Using minimal shapes to harmonious effect, the Rosenthal Studio Line Cha tea collection exhibits elements of serenity that make for a supremely soothing...

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cortland comeback

Making a bold statement at his S/S 2015 show in Paris, Paul Smith’s popular Cortland sunglasses staged a comeback. This time appearing with...

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road test: jaguar f-type r

By Sam Saxton-Beer

No longer a marque reserved for the old boys club, it would appear that the leaping cat has been working out. For when...

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you bet your boots

Taking its design lead from British Army boots, the hand crafted Cheaney Chukka boot in Chocolate Suede provides all-weather grip while offering endless ensemble...

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anorak antics

With the humidity on the up and the rainclouds threatening to shroud our Spring sunshine, it's time to pull out the ultimate wet...

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sophisticated style statements

As passionate observers of the fantastical sartorial statements made by the international fashion pack on their bi-annual pilgrimage to New York, London, Milan...

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italian luminosity

Astute at the art of balancing form and functionality, Italian lighting house Penta are renowned for their light fittings that evoke timeless elegance....

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the ultimate gift registry

Venue recce? Done. Cake tasting? Almost done. You’ve even survived the florist-induced panic but unless you’re accepting presence as presents, it's time to get...

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blown away

The impressive creations of Grey Lynn based glassblowing atelier Monmouth Glass Studio are popping up at various notable locations around Auckland, their installation at the Britomart Precinct’s...

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poolside affinity

Though it's not yet time to don a swimsuit for the type of bathing that might occur in swimming pools or - even more frighteningly...

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a touch of copper

Poised as the metal of the moment, copper is certainly hitting its stride in the home. The stylish metallic accent delivers a touch of high society...

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win: a weekend of topless fun in the new audi a3 cabriolet

By Claire Sullivan

For the majority of my carefree (childless) early adult years, I was an advocate of going topless. Spurred on by my insouciant nature,...

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This Month On Denizen | October 2014