Teaming up with Virgin Galactic, Range Rover’s exclusive new Astronaut Edition is out of this world

Land Rover has been intricately intertwined with Virgin Galactic since the two companies launched a partnership in 2014. It’s a collaboration that, since its inception, has continued to grow from the duo’s shared values around creating innovative design and encouraging adventurous spirit.

Looking to entrench this relationship further, Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations has recently launched a special edition Range Rover that will be made available only to Future Astronauts signed up to fly into space with Virgin Galactic. It represents the new frontier, if you will, one where the vast, unknowable nature of space, is edging ever nearer. Its myriad complexities slowly but surely bring us closer to the day when anyone will be able to travel beyond the Earth’s atmosphere.

The exterior of the sleek, recognisable Range Rover has been rendered in a unique Zero Gravity Blue paint, employed to reflect the depth of the night sky and what lies beyond. The regular puddle lamp has been replaced with an outline of Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwo, and the tailgate and the sides of the car, fitted with special Astronaut Edition badging.

Inside, a raft of bespoke, custom detailing renders this vehicle unlike any other in the Range Rover fleet. Virgin Galactic’s own Future Astronaut Community constellation pattern is engraved on the solid aluminium door handles, the headrests and above the glove box. While a ‘DNA of Flight’ graphic adorns the lid of the carbon fibre front console — a motif that is repeated on the leather armrests. Range Rover can also stitch the initials of the Future Astronaut who owns the car onto the headrests, for an extra personal touch.

Perhaps the most arresting feature of this car, however is in its bespoke cup holders. Two discs have been formed from a piece of spaceship, specifically the front landing skid of the spaceship that flew on Virgin Spaceship Unity’s first flight in December last year. One of the two discs is emblazoned with ‘See you up there,’ the words of Richard Branson, while the other carries details of the flight. Importantly, once one of Virgin Galactic’s Future Astronauts has actually gone to space, the second disk will be swapped out with part of the skid from the flight they were on, and will be engraved with those flight details instead.

And if all of this wasn’t enough, Range Rover is offering the Astronaut Edition with either Land Rover’s plug-in, hybrid electric vehicle powertrain (as a commitment to sustainability) or with a high-performance 5.0-litre V8 supercharged petrol engine.

A car for the future, in more ways than one.

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These are our go-to winter lunch spots for a quick, warm and hearty meal

The question of what to eat for lunch only gets more puzzling during winter. It’s cold, it’s grey, our levels of motivation to dine out have dropped to zero and when it comes to cooking at home… forget it. But whether you’re on the go and need a quick fix, or simply can’t be bothered to whip something up for yourself, these eateries offer the perfect solution. All you have to do is pop in and pop out, and only give up a couple of minutes of your time to get a soulful, heart-warming meal that will keep you comforted through the chilly season. Without further ado, these are our go-to lunch spots for a quick yet quality wintertime meal.

Caffetteria Allpress
No matter what the season is, Caffetteria Allpress on Drake St never does us wrong. With a menu that offers simple flavours executed to perfection, everything that comes out of the Allpress kitchen just hits the spot. But despite the toasted sandwiches being a year-round favourite, it’s the daily soups that draw us in over winter. With ever-changing flavour combinations that include the likes of Pumpkin, ginger, miso and chickpea, hearty beetroot, and decedent mushroom, the delicious soups come paired with slices of perfectly toasted sourdough for a lunch that leaves us satiated without ever being too much.

Scarecrow Cafe
From the moment you walk into Scarecrow Cafe, your day feels brighter and warmer. Its cosy ambience along with the wafting scents of the sizzling skillets coming from the open kitchen make this CBD gem a strong favourite. From its hot gourmet pies to its toasted sandwiches and the daily changing soups, there’s something for everyone at this cafe, but if you have a bit more time up your sleeve, we recommend waiting a few extra minutes for the shakshuka. The combination of the tangy tomatoes and creamy eggs paired with crisp, toasted bread for dipping is an experience well worth the wait — we promise.

L’Assiette
Not only does this French cafe have one of the most authentic croissants in town (which tastes even better when heated and slathered in butter) but it’s also home to the tastiest French onion soup in town which is available to take away. The gloriously rich broth, topped with a decadent layer of cheese is the quintessential winter meal and only requires you to wait less than 10 minutes. If you simply don’t have the time or patience, L’Assiette also offers a soup of the day that will be ready for you to take away just a few seconds after ordering.

Amano
Renowned for its beautiful pasta and seafood dishes (the grilled kahawai is next level), Amano is also widely popular for its quick lunchtime offerings. Over in the bakery side of Amano, the lunch cabinet is no joke, filled with various pastries, sandwiches and wood-fired pizza breads. Takeaway soups are also on offer and are some of the best we’ve ever tasted. With flavours ranging from white bean, kale and pancetta to cauliflower and blue cheese, these takeaway bowls are the epitome of warming, gourmet goodness.

Ripe Deli
Situated in Grey Lynn as well as on the North Shore, there is no excuse not to drop into Ripe Deli at some point. This lunch spot has it all from sweet treats to savoury bites and most importantly a hot pot that is filled with something different every day. Regardless of what the daily concoction might be, Ripe Deli never disappoints, but our favourite has to be the macaroni and cheese. When this is on offer, you know it’s going to be a good day. Weather aside, a slice of one of the traybakes is compulsory when visiting Ripe — you will thank us after you bite into one of their unbelievable salted caramel brownies.

Brunch Cafe
Tucked away on Sale St is Brunch Cafe, cooking up hot, ready-to-go lunches for the workers who spend their days in the many office buildings in the area (including ours). Recently, the cafe has introduced hot rolls to its offering, seeing a deliciously soft bread roll filled with various roasted meats. Brunch also has a soup of the day that packs an immense amount of flavour, our favourite is the hot Thai pumpkin.

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This impressive sculptural exhibition is celebrating the joy of childhood and supporting KidsCan

There is something about Auckland-based artist Shona Lyon’s sculptures that renders one incapable of looking away. Created according to a sacred geometry and using classical techniques, Lyon’s beguiling forms are a study in the beauty of traditional sculpture and are widely-acclaimed for their expert execution.

Her new collection, ‘Nostalgia,’ comprising a number of exquisitely-realised, textural bronze works, sees Lyon seeking to evoke vivid childhood memories and the sense of joy children feel when they play with their parents. It is a heartfelt, dynamic series of works that stirs the onlooker to delve into various aspects of their own memory.

The collection will be unveiled at an exhibition on the 2nd of July at Auckland City BMW’s Newmarket showroom. Twenty-two works will be on display, alongside a line-up of fine art prints, and 12.5 per cent of every piece sold will be donated to KidsCan — a charity that helps to provide disadvantaged Kiwi kids with basic physical and nutritional necessities such as food, clothing and healthcare so that they can become more engaged in their education and fulfil their potential.

For more information on Shona Lyon, click here. To RSVP to the exhibition which will take place on Tuesday 2nd July from 6:30pm until 8:30pm, email here. Note: RSVPs must be in by Friday 12st June.

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Maggie Marilyn releases an exclusive capsule collection for Net-A-Porter’s new sustainability platform

The dire impact imparted by the wider fashion industry on our environment is an issue we’ve addressed before. And it’s one that the industry itself is starting to come to terms with in a very real way.

In this country, it’s hard to talk about sustainable fashion without mentioning New Zealand brand, Maggie Marilyn. A label creating clothes that adhere to rigorous environmental standards in every part of their production, textile sourcing and packaging processes, Maggie Marilyn has established itself as an early leader in the new age of fashion — its stellar example encouraging mainstream brands and retailers (as well as consumers) to adopt more sustainable practises.

Recently, in a move that proves how the mainstream industry is becoming increasingly aware of its footprint, Net-A-Porter launched a new platform that shines a light on brands for whom sustainability is an inherent, driving force. Aptly named Net Sustain the online retail giant’s new initiative is making it easier than ever for consumers to identify and connect with environmentally-friendly, sustainable brands, and has launched with 26 labels and 500 products, all of which meet one or more of five key sustainability attributes — locally made, grounded in the community, considered materials, considered processes and/or a focus on waste reduction. “Our aim is to give a voice to the brands that are truly making positive changes,” says Net-A-Porter’s Global Buying Director, Elizabeth von der Goltz, “by providing them with a platform to highlight their best practice.”

Celebrating the fact that such a major fashion retailer is putting store by sustainability, a few renowned brands have created exclusive capsule collections for Net Sustain, including Maggie Marilyn, Stella McCartney and Mother of Pearl, who collaborated with BBC Earth.

The Maggie Marilyn capsule showcases the designer’s signature penchant for bright colours, feminine silhouettes and motifs that allow her clothes to walk the fine line between making a statement and being inherently wearable (many pieces manage to be both). The collection is made from materials like biodegradable, eco-friendly rose petal silk, ethically-produced, Bluesign-certified silk and organic and recycled cotton.

It’s a big move for Net-A-Porter, although not an entirely unprecedented one. Really, it’s about time these juggernaut names in fashion recognise the myriad ways their fickle, seasonal agenda works to drive rampant, unchecked consumerism. With labels like Maggie Marilyn advocating a new approach at a brand level and companies like Net-A-Porter setting an example for retailers, hopefully, a path can be paved for others of a similar calibre to do the same.

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A simple platter and some crisp bottles of Peroni are the only things you need for an afternoon aperitivo

Aperitivo is a time-honoured Italian tradition that consists of gathering with friends to sip on light, refreshing beverages over sharing plates and charcuterie platters. The key to doing aperitivo like the Italians do, lies in remembering that less is more, which also means that every component, from the meats to the cheeses and, of course, the drinks, must be of the highest quality.

Platters and sharing plates have become somewhat overcomplicated in this day and age, seeing tables and boards covered with overflowing piles of crackers, brie, camembert, fruits, sweets, chocolates and even, in some cases, heavy foods like doughnuts. But where these new-age platters are designed to leave you in a food coma, the more delicate aperitivo is designed as a late-afternoon treat that will carry you through to the evening and should never leave you feeling overly full. Satiation is what to strive for, and when done right, aperitivo should actually increase your appetite for dinner.

To adopt this more relaxed approach, pull together a few plates of cured meats, some ripe figs, a ball of fresh burrata and maybe some blue cheese, alongside a little tray of olives and some slices of sourdough, and what you’ll have will be delicious, purposeful and more than enough. This will leave only one question, what to drink?

Unique for its particularly light and refreshing nature, a chilled bottle of Peroni Nastro Azzurro will act as both an enhancer alongside the salty flavours of the cured meats and a palate cleanser when sipped after taking a bite of indulgent cheese, making it the ideal drink to accompany an afternoon aperitivo.

This traditional Italian ritual offers a beautifully simple way of connecting over delicious food and refreshing drinks, and we encourage you to create your own version of the culinary custom. Just remember: simplicity is key.

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The pieces we have our eyes on from the highly-anticipated June auctions at Webb’s

Auction houses offer unparalleled opportunities for those who step across their thresholds to find something unexpected, something beautiful and something that can be cherished for a lifetime. In Auckland, one auction house rises above the rest for its varied catalogues, regularly attracting some of the finest pieces in the country to sell at its widely-attended events. Webb’s eye for the finer things has seen it curate a number of auctions that cover single-estate collections, fine art, high-end jewellery, covetable accessories, antique furniture and ornate, decorative arts. And its upcoming June auctions include some of the most exquisite pieces we’ve seen to date.

Looking first at the Fine Art auction, scheduled to take place on Wednesday 26th June at 6:30pm, the line-up includes a number of compelling, thought-provoking and beautiful pieces. Some of the ones we have our eyes on include Max Gimblett’s The Piano, Tracey Emin’s Wanting You, a number of Bill Hammond lithographs, eye-catching watercolours from Gretchen Albrecht and Ralph Hotere (the former joyfully colourful, the latter a more sombre study), an intriguing notched perspex piece by Roy Good, Robyn Kahukiwa’s Tangata Whenua (still here) and Don Binney’s Matuku Tokatoka. Whether you’re in the market for your first piece of art or are looking for something to add to a growing collection, this extensive auction offers pieces for virtually any price range, and when it comes to luxury investments, art is always the best place to start.

That said, the pieces featured in Webb’s fine jewels, watches and luxury accessories auction are making a pretty compelling case for fashion. Set to take place on Sunday 23rd June at 2:00pm, this auction boasts a catalogue that is vast and varied and features a range of high-end adornments and accessories. If watches are your thing, how about a rare Gentleman’s Patek Philippe pink gold Pagoda wristwatch, or an 18ct Rolex Cellini or a gold Cartier Tank Francaise. If you’d rather collect bags, let us direct you to towards the vintage Louis Vuitton briefcase, the Chanel North-South Boy Flap handbag or the classic black Hermes Birkin. As far as fine jewellery goes, a pair of yellow diamond earrings that feature four pear-shaped yellow diamonds, two marquise-cut yellow diamonds and 122 pavé-set brilliant cut diamonds sit alongside the likes of a Cartier love bangle, a vintage Chanel charm bracelet and an array of pieces carrying sapphires, rubies, emeralds and of course, diamonds in various contemporary and antique settings.

On the home decor front, Webb’s upcoming Decorative Arts auction offers an intriguing melange of antique and mid-century furnishings, ornate objects and intricately detailed rugs. A remarkable William Seuffert tilt top table from 1910 made with native New Zealand timber, stands alongside a pair of iconic Pierre Jeanneret chairs (read the story behind these chairs here), as well as rare Iranian Rava Kirman carpet, a Le Corbusier LC4 lounger, an eye-catching flax vase by Ann Robinson and a unique Garth Chester Curvesse chair — among many more. The Decorative Art catalogue will go to auction on Tuesday 25th June at 6:00pm.

With much to peruse and pine-for leading up to these three auctions, we recommend heading along to the Webb’s auction house in Mount Eden to have a look at the various catalogues up close. More information about viewing times for the Fine Arts, Jewellery, Watches, Handbags and Accessories and Decorative Arts auctions are available online. To see the full catalogues, click here.

Webb's

33a Normanby Road
Mount Eden
Auckland

(09) 529 5600

www.webbs.co.nz

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Clicquot in the Snow is returning to Queenstown with a seriously stellar line-up

With a winning combination of crisp Veuve Clicquot Champagne and sublime food set against the beautiful backdrop of Queenstown’s snow-crowned mountains, it’s not hard to see why Clicquot in the Snow is one of the most hotly anticipated events of the year. This year’s toast to winter will see a stellar line up of experiences — both on and off the snow — as Veuve Clicquot pulls out all the stops for its ninth iteration, one we’re already suspecting will be the best one we’ve been graced with yet.

Kicking off on Thursday 1st August, the acclaimed event will deliver four action-packed days brimming with annual favourites and exciting newcomers to create a long weekend to remember. As with the previous years, guests can expect to be treated to a divine gastronomical affair at the hands of one of our country’s finest chefs, Josh Emett. This time his renowned Clicquot Long Lunch will see a four-course degustation hosted at his restaurant, Rata, with each exquisite dish paired with a glass of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label, Rosé and Vintage 2008. Not the only regular to be making another appearance, the event will also be welcoming back footwear designer Kathryn Wilson, with attendees treated to an exclusive first look at the Veuve Clicquot Ambassador’s highly-anticipated Spring/Summer 19 collection.

Ensuring that thrill-seekers are catered to just as much as foodies and fashion fiends, the annual event will also be hosting an unparalleled, husky sledding experience through the high trails of the Southern Alps. Adventurous types will be encouraged to take the helm themselves, while others can kick back and allow the experienced drivers to take them through the powder-topped tracks at Snowfarm, with a crisp flute of Veuve Clicquot in hand.

Whether you are a Queenstown local or a visitor, a ski pundit or a snow sports amateur, Clicquot in the Snow welcomes any and all to celebrate winter in the best way they know how. With a variety of other enticing events taking place alongside these highlights, this year’s champagne-fuelled festivities are really worth braving the cold for.

Clicquot in the Snow takes place in Queenstown between August 1st – 4th, for tickets to the event, click here.

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This is where to find the most delicious cinnamon buns in Auckland

Walk into any cafe or bakery and you can guarantee that the shelves will carry a cinnamon roll of some sort. Whether its called a brioche, bun, scroll or roll, at the end of the day, it will be comprised of long strips of dough that have been coated in cinnamon sugar and rolled — so same deal. While there are a number places to get your cinnamon scroll fix in Auckland, there are definitely a few that stand out from the rest and here, we round up the ones you should be turning to when the cravings kick in.

Bestie Cafe
All you cinnamon fiends, look no further than Bestie Cafe’s offering, as this is the scroll for you. There is no icing or glaze on the cinnamon scrolls at Bestie, but don’t let that fool you into thinking that they’re lacking in flavour. The scrumptious scrolls boast a number of decadent layers, each coated in copious amounts of cinnamon sugar and are baked in such a way that the top of the scroll is crunchy while the centre remains moist and soft.

Bestie Cafe

Revolver
Considering how Revolver is a cafe that serves Sri-Lankan cuisine, you wouldn’t think that it would be home to one of the scrummiest cinnamon rolls in town, but you better believe it is. Using rich brioche dough means that Revolver’s version is slightly heavier than the norm, but with its topping of sweet cream cheese icing and a dusting of powdered sugar, it’s certainly one of the tastiest in town. So whether you’re after a little treat with your tea or an indulgent dessert, Revolver’s cinnamon rolls tick all the boxes.

She Bakes Dough
For those who are seeking the classic, American Cinnabon-style cinnamon roll, with a hefty amount of sweet cinnamon sugar, lashings of butter and a soft roll that has been drenched in cream cheese icing, order a batch from She Bakes Dough. This Instagram-run business found quick popularity for its all-encompassing rolls that have perfected the balance of texture and flavour to become arguably the most decadent and indulgent in town.

Hare and the Turtle
If you leave Hare and the Turtle without getting some cinnamon buns to-go, you didn’t experience this cafe to the fullest. These cinnamon buns are fluffy and moist without going overboard on the icing front. The flavours lean more towards showcasing the notes of cinnamon rather than the tart cream cheese frosting and sugar glaze, which makes these scrolls perfect for those with less of a sweet tooth.

Hare and the Turtle

Charlie & George Cafe
Noting the subtle differences between a cinnamon bun and a cinnamon brioche (mainly the amount of icing that’s applied), Charlie & George Cafe bakes both versions daily. Its cinnamon brioche is ideal for an afternoon tea as it’s lighter than the cinnabun, which considering how it’s drenched in cream cheese icing that Charlie & George occasionally swap out for salted caramel, requires a touch more dedication to get through.

Petit Bocal
Renowned for its coffee art, Petit Bocal offers the perfect thing to accompany its premium brews and that is its house-baked cinnamon rolls. Some refer to these scrolls as a hybrid between buttery, flaky croissant pastry and chewy, soft brioche. Rather than being dusted in powdered sugar, these scrolls feature a layer of caramelised sugar that gives them crunchy, candied exteriors and makes them truly a one of a kind.

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Long live pop — these are the four fresh artists you need to be listening to

The era of the sequin-covered, Madonna-mic-wearing popstar is transitioning into a new age with a young cohort of artists breathing new life into the genre. Creating tracks that blend glaringly honest lyrics with glistening melodies and unique beats, these are four new pop artists on the rise.

L Devine
A songwriting star, English musician L Devine is making a name for herself by doing what most in the business deem impossible: crafting catchy, radio-friendly bubblegum pop tunes that are laced with thought-provoking, intelligent lyrics. ‘Panic’ is the single we can’t get enough of right now.

Grace Carter
Heart-wrenching music with a therapeutic beat, Carter’s soulful voice has already caught the attention of celebrities and industry heavyweights alike. Her latest single, ‘Why Her Not Me’, has us hitting the repeat button.  

Glowie
Via a 90s-inspired R&B sound, Icelandic breakout popstar Glowie — real name Sara Pétursdóttir — delivers captivating hooks and feel good beats. Her body positivity message conveyed through track ‘Body’ is a notable delight. 

Role Model 
21-year-old, Tucker Pillsbury, known under the moniker Role Model, pairs soft electronics with journal-like lyrics to deliver melodic insights into his mind. From depression to failed relationships, for the LA-based artist, no subject is off the cards. We suggest starting with his single ‘Girl in New York’.

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Everyday Heroes: The Urban Visionary, Henry Crothers, LandLAB

With an understated manner and quiet ability to juggle a huge number of different projects at once, you wouldn’t think, meeting Henry Crothers, that he was one of the most instrumental drivers of change in Auckland’s urban landscape.

But with his firm LandLAB, Crothers and his team are doggedly working to improve Auckland’s urban identity, which is as much about facilitating our ever-growing population as it is about ensuring Auckland has the infrastructure to take us into the future, where Crothers sees our potential to be on par with other international cities.

The PARK+ concept he and his team envisage for a section of Ponsonby Road (which was voted the winning design by the public) is an intelligent hybrid of commercial space and public park, that Crothers says “has a diverse range of uses,” explaining how the commercial activity would allow the park to generate income for reinvesting in the area. It’s this ability to balance practicality and creativity that renders LandLAB’s designs so compelling.

In another project on K’Road, Crothers has recognised the urgent need for the precinct’s infrastructure to evolve in order to meet the inevitable influx of people as it gentrifies. “When the light rail station gets built there, it will fundamentally change everything,” Crothers explains, going on to underline how the public transport development will bring between 30,000 and 40,000 more people a day into the area. As such, LandLAB has proposed expanding pedestrian access through changes like wider footpaths and encouraging more active modes of transport like walking or biking. “We’ve got to get people out of cars,” he goes on, “and we’ve got to have spaces that aren’t dominated by cars.”

Other projects LandLAB is involved with include waterfront additions to Viaduct Harbour, re-designing a portion of Quay Street to turn it into a tree-lined walkway, conceiving a number of green spaces for inside the Commercial Bay development, and possibly transforming the tanks at Wynyard Quarter into an interactive, public garden. Upgrades like this took on a sense of urgency when it was announced that the next America’s Cup would be held here, which Crothers acknowledges as having been instrumental in getting projects over the line.

And while hosting a major sporting event seems to have given us the impetus to change, we’re lucky there’s someone like Crothers on
hand to keep us heading in the right direction.

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