Louis Vuitton Loop Bag.

Why these seasons handbags are bending all the rules

Sharp corners and angular shapes have been replaced by a much softer look this season, as gently-curving handbags put a sophisticated spin on the Y2K-era baguette. Designed to lend a feminine edge to your looks, these shapely handbags are leaning into their curves and will soften even the most severe winter outfit.

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Over the Moon Bag

Over the Moon Bag

Over the Moon Bag

Over the Moon Bag

Available from Louis Vuitton

Alaïa Half Moon Bag

Alaïa Half Moon Bag

Alaïa Half Moon Bag

Alaïa Half Moon Bag

Available from Faradays

The Row Half Moon Leather Bag

The Row Half Moon Leather Bag

The Row Half Moon Leather Bag

The Row Half Moon Leather Bag

Available from Moda Operandi

Ava Strap Bag

Ava Strap Bag

Ava Strap Bag

Ava Strap Bag

Available from Celine

Olympia Mini Bag

Olympia Mini Bag

Olympia Mini Bag

Olympia Mini Bag

Available from Burberry

Ophidia GG Mini Bag

Ophidia GG Mini Bag

Ophidia GG Mini Bag

Ophidia GG Mini Bag

Available from Gucci

Le Cagole XS Shoulder Bag

Le Cagole XS Shoulder Bag

Le Cagole XS Shoulder Bag

Le Cagole XS Shoulder Bag

Available from Balenciaga

The Row Slouchy Banana Bag

The Row Slouchy Banana Bag

The Row Slouchy Banana Bag

The Row Slouchy Banana Bag

Available from Mytheresa

Monogram Loop Bag

Monogram Loop Bag

Monogram Loop Bag

Monogram Loop Bag

Available from Louis Vuitton

Loewe Luna Anagram Bag

Loewe Luna Anagram Bag

Loewe Luna Anagram Bag

Loewe Luna Anagram Bag

Available from Faradays

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Anna Wintour.

Expand your horizons with the best memoirs to read now

The beauty of a memoir or an autobiography is the way that it gives such rich insight into the mind of the subject, where each story offers the reader far more than just a compelling story to follow. Here, we have lined up some of the most interesting, unique, creative and gripping memoirs of the moment — each deserving of a place on your bedside table.

Anna — The Biography by Amy Odell
Few are as iconic in fashion as Anna Wintour, and despite the closed nature of her life, this highly-anticipated release offers a glimpse into the inner workings of the editor’s mind, revealing for the first time what exactly makes her so successful. In the biography of the Vogue figurehead, journalistAmy Odell chronicles Wintour’s journey to becoming, over her decades-long career, one of the most influential people in the industry. Based on extensive interviews with the renowned editor’s closest friends and collaborators, this is the most insightful story of Wintour ever published. 

The Last Days of Roger Federer by Geoff Dyer
From his record-breaking antics to his signature humility on court, Roger Federer will always be remembered as a tennis great. But as his age becomes an ever present topic in conversation, it begs the question; as athletes age, what becomes of their career? In true Geoff Dyer style, equal-part memoir and philosophical prose, this fascinating read considers the idea of endings and how they impact the way we think. A memoir unlike any you have likely read before, here, the author sets his own encounter with middle age against the last days of famous artists, writers and athletes who have impacted his life — from Bob Dylan’s music to Turner’s paintings and of course, Roger Federer’s tennis exploits. As much about endings as it is about how to go on living with art and beauty, this read is a defiant statement of how our experiences may shift when ‘the end’ is in sight, ultimately leaving us to wonder — does ageing actually spell the end as definitively as we have been lead to believe? 

Also A Poet — Frank O’Hara, My Father, and Me by Ada Calhoun
Ada Calhoun’s unique memoir brings together wit, sorrow and regret in a curious recounting told over generations. As she stumbles across her father’s old cassette tape interviews in his quest to write a biography of the renowned poet, Frank O’Hara, Calhoun sets out to complete the book he began nearly four decades earlier. 

Linea Nigra by Jazmina Berrera
As the title suggests, this part-memoir part-manifesto on pregnancy and earthquakes is a tumultuous exploration of child-bearing and the life and culture that surrounds it. Using poetic convention, Linea Nigra is a beautiful, poignant read which touches on the author’s experience with motherhood and celebrates the mystery and power of the female body.

Rough Draft by Katy Tur 
As a household name in America, MSNBC anchor and New York Times bestselling author Katy Tur has penned this personal memoir about her eccentric upbringing, her famed career and the gaps she has found in between. Full of fascinating detail about the hidden parts of her industry, Rough Draft offers unique insight into modern media.

A Hard Place to Leave by Marcia DeSanctis 
Presented as a collection of essays, travel writer and New York Times bestselling author Marcia DeSanctis captures her restlessness of a life torn between travelling the world and staying put. In a media career most would find alluring, DeSanctis speaks to the challenges few would understand — the love of discovering new places, and the desire to connect with home.

A Ballet of Lepers: A Novel and Stories by Leonard Cohen
From the ashes, iconic musician, songwriter and poet Leonard Cohen graces us with A Ballet of Lepers for the perfect winter read. This is the second posthumous Cohen book published since his death in 2016, bringing together a never-before-seen early novel and other stories. And while some might find the idea disconcerting, A Ballet of Lepers offers new insight into the literary mind of Cohen, widely appreciated as the world’s greatest lyricist.

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Receptionist's Almond Crossiants.

Why Receptionist Safehouse is the inner-city coffee shop to know about

Tucked in a backstreet in Auckland’s CBD is an utterly cool coffee shop you’ve probably seen making the rounds on social media, where the baristas are dressed in suits and the coffee tables are literally stacks of cash (or appear to be, at least).

Receptionist started as a hole-in-the-wall coffee window on Lorne Street (a space it retains to this day) and found a quick and loyal following for its friendly hospitality and perfect brews. But it wasn’t until last year that Receptionist expanded its offering to include a sleek cafe on Little High Street with an uber-modern fit-out and welcoming vibe, and Receptionist Safehouse was born.

Designed (as the name suggests) to be a place where those seeking solace from the busyness of their day can find excellent service and exceptional Eightthirty coffees (from the very friendly baristas), Receptionist Safehouse offers a moment of respite. And with a stainless steel fit-out that feels like something from a movie, this coffee shop is breaking the mould in the best way.

Also offering a selection of simple but utterly satiating house-made pastries to accompany your daily coffee, Receptionist Safehouse is the perfect place to start your day or to drop into for an afternoon pick-me-up. So if you haven’t been here before, we suggest popping in, pronto. Our go-to? The signature Montblanc, a coffee topped with thickened cream.

Opening hours:
Monday – Friday, 7am-2pm
Saturday, 8:30am-3pm
Closed Sunday

Receptionist

Little High Street,
Unit 7, 59-67 High Street,
Auckland CBD, Auckland

www.instagram.com/receptionist_official/

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Anne Hathaway in Gucci.

All the best fashion from the Cannes red carpet

Cannes Film Festival is as much about what the movies stars are wearing on the red carpet as it is about their performances. As such, the festival has evolved to a place where fashion is the focus, seeing starlets and A-listers alike flexing their sartorial muscles and sauntering into screenings dripping in some of the most exquisite and rare jewellery ever made.

This year’s event has been no different, with a line-up of lauded brands and jewellery maisons sending their most eye-catching designs down the carpet to sparkle in the Côte d’Azure sun. From Bella Hadid’s showstopping Gianni Versace revival to Anne Hathaway’s Bulgari moment, these are some of the fashion and jewellery looks we have loved from this year’s Cannes.

Bella Hadid in Versace.
Anne Hathaway in Armani Privé and Bulgari jewellery.
Sharon Stone in Dolce & Gabanna.
Cindy Bruna in Giambattista Valli.
Naomi Campbell in Valentino and Bulgari jewellery, Kaia Gerber in Celine.
Sara Sampaio in custom Pinko.
Austin Butler in Celine and Cartier Jewellery. Photo by Greg Williamson.
Caro Daur in Valentino and Tiffany & Co. jewellery, Elsa Hosk in Valentino.
Tina Kunakey in Valentino, Julia Roberts in Louis Vuitton and Chopard jewellery.
Julianne Moore in Bottega Veneta and Bulgari jewellery.
Olivia de Jonge in Gucci & Bulgari jewellery. Photo by Greg Williamson.
Stella Maxwell in Boss, Sheila Atim in Prada.
Deepika Padukone in Louis Vuitton.
Viola Davis in Alexander McQueen, Jennifer Connelly in Louis Vuitton.
Candice Swanepoel in Boss.
Elsa Hosk in Valentino, Olivia Culpo in Saint Laurent.
Cynthia Erivo in Louis Vuitton.
Naomi Campbell.
Joan Smalls in Dundas, Ashley Graham in Christian Siriano.
Nina Dobrev in Mônot.
Winnie Harlow.
Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton.
Maggie Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Hall.

Letitia Wright in Fendi.
Diane Kruger in Oscar De La Renta, Bella Hadid.
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Apparatus Studio Horsehair Sconce.
Apparatus Studio Horsehair Sconce.
Apparatus Studio Horsehair Sconce.
Apparatus Studio Horsehair Sconce.

Here’s why this wall light is on everyone’s wishlist

Regardless of how carefully curated a space is, without the right lighting, it will fall flat every time. And when we talk about lighting, we mean a combination of functional lights and those that make a strong design statement — the latter arguably the most important element in bringing a space together to feel complete.

It’s difficult to discuss design-led lighting without deferring to Apparatus Studio. This interdisciplinary studio, based in New York, has garnered a serious following for the way its pieces explore the relationship between lighting, furniture and objects. A showcase of expert craftsmanship and creativity, Apparatus’ lights promise to be the eye-catching anchors in any space, each one meticulously designed to feel like a piece of art in its own right — where perfect forms are paired with imperfect finishes to look like nothing you’ve seen before.

Toorak Residence by Hecker Guthrie. Photo by Shannon McGrath.

The Horsehair Sconce exemplifies Apparatus’ unique approach. Designed by Gabriel Hendifar, this elongated wall light will deliver depth and intrigue to any interior. A robust study of material, here, wefts of horsehair are melded with brass and etched glass to become something that not only offers gentle illumination, but that actually feels more worthy of a wall in a gallery, or a museum.

From left: Domain House by Watts Studio, photos by Sharyn Cairns; Watch Hill House by Studio Giancarlo Valle, photo by Stephen Kent Johnson.

Finished and assembled by hand in Apparatus’ factory in Brooklyn, New York, the Horsehair Sconce has become globally sought-after — chosen by interior designers and clients seeking textural intrigue in their spaces, and who know the importance of lighting as a crucial finishing touch.

Lucky for us then, that this exceptional light is available locally through the lighting maestros at ECC. Among the range of Apparatus Studio’s pieces on offer at ECC, the Horsehair Sconce stands apart, as much for its functionality as for its conversation-starting form.

ECC

39 Nugent Street,
Grafton, Auckland

www.ecc.co.nz

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Siso.

End your week right with one of the best Sunday lunches in town

For those seeking Sunday dining options that go beyond the typical brunch or roast, we have rounded up a few of our favourite places. Offering lunches that are satiating without leaving you feeling like you need to lie down, these restaurants and eateries are the perfect places to while away wintry Sundays and end any week on a high note.

Local’s Lunch at Siso
Despite being available throughout the week, we think Sunday is the perfect day to indulge in a Local’s Lunch at Remuera’s mediterranean-inspired eatery, Siso. While local is the brief, the borders are somewhat lenient, and $35 for two courses and a glass of matching wine is simply too good to pass up.

Azabu, Cazador.

Azabu Mission Bay Harajuku Menu
Even in the wintertime, the Eastern suburbs are worth visiting for their burgeoning food options. We recommend spending your Sundays long lunching at Azabu Mission Bay, courtesy of its delicious Harajuku menu. This speciality menu, available from 11am until 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays, has been designed for a minimum of four people (at $65 a head) and features a selection of Azabu’s crowd-pleasing dishes with some inspired winter twists.

Cazador Sunday Lunch Session
This Sunday, we are so excited to be indulging in Cazador’s Seasonal Feast — a one-of-a-kind Sunday session that marks the long-awaited return of events at this restaurant. The multi-course, autumnal feast will include special cuts of meat that aren’t usually on the menu, alongside the finest seasonal provisions and a selection of rare sherries that Cazador is pouring in honour of the occasion. And with tickets at $130 per person (including a welcome drink) and two sittings at 1pm or 4pm, this is one Sunday lunch you really don’t want to miss.

Onslow, Ada.

Onslow Sunday Long Lunch
Onslow’s Sunday lunches have built a bit of a cult following, and for good reason. Each week, the maestros in the kitchen offer an exquisite Sunday lunch menu that is designed to showcase seasonal ingredients and flavours. Now, with winter baring down on us, the menu (on until the end of July) has been inspired by the freshest game of the season (including a return of Onslow’s famous Venison Wellington). The special four-course lunch is available for $85 per person, with the option to upgrade to a full wine match so you can leisurely sip your Sunday away.

Sunday Lunch at Ada
Ada’s Sunday lunch is a year-round offering, but the menu is curated each week to showcase seasonal produce and match the culinary mood. Offering a designed-to-share menu at $60 a head, Ada’s long lunch starts with a glass of Prosecco before taking diners on a journey through five mouth-watering courses, with matching wines available as an option.

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See the most desirable releases from this year’s Watches & Wonders

The annual Watches & Wonders is a marvel of design, craftsmanship and opulence. Held every year in Switzerland, the luxurious showcase takes place over only a few packed days but manages to draw every notable watch brand in the world, each one vying to ensure its new styles are noticed and talked about. As you can imagine, the result is nothing less than spectacular. These were the standouts.   

Heavy Metal

From Rolex’s luxurious new Day-Date 40 — rendered entirely in platinum — to Cartier’s sleek new Santos De Cartier, it would seem that watches with a bit more weight are coming to the fore. Putting a contemporary twist on styles of old, these timepieces are perfect for the modern gentleman.

From the left: OYSTER PERPETUAL DAY-DATE 40 from Rolex. breitling NAVITIMER B01 from partridge jewellers. cartier SANTOS DE CARTIER WATCH from partridge jewellers. OCTO FINISSIMO WATCH from Bulgari.

Green with Envy

There’s nothing like a coloured dial for catching the eye. From IWC’s much-talked-about new Pilot’s Watch Chronograph Top Gun Edition (a militant, khaki affair) to Patek Philippe’s more opulent 7130R (a fresh update on the classic style), the trend towards green timepieces promises to turn heads, no matter how you wear it.  

from the left: IWC PILOT’S WATCH CHRONOGRAPH TOP GUN EDITION “WOODLAND” from Partridge jewellers. GMT-MASTER II watch from Rolex. Patek philippe 7130R watch from Partridge Jewellers. Breitling NAVITIMER B01 Partridge Jewellers.

Face Value

On the other hand, there is just something about watches like Tag Heuer’s limited-edition Monaco x Gulf Watch with its bold, charismatic dial and sporty appeal that ignites excitement. Requiring incredible craftsmanship to create, watches like this, and Jaeger-LeCoultre’s Master Grande Tradition Calibre 948 (with an exquisitely-detailed dial that boasts a world time complication) inspire creativity and remind us all of the artistry at play in this industry. 

From the left: Tag heuer MONACO X GULF watch from Partridge Jewellers. Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Grande Tradition Calibre 948 from Partridge Jewellers. Piaget Altiplano Skeleton Precious watch from Partridge Jewellers. ESCALE SPIN TIME watch from Louis Vuitton.

Timeless

Keeping to the classics is always a good idea, particularly in the case of a watch to wear every day. Brands like Piaget and Grand Seiko produced distinctly simple styles that, despite their outward appearance, still concealed some of the most impressive watch-making in the world — proving the power of a pared-back dial and an elegant leather strap.  


Grand seiko SBGW283 watch from Partridge Jewellers. Jaeger-LeCoultre MASTER ULTRA THIN
SMALL SECONDS watch from Partridge Jewellers. piaget Altiplano watch from Partridge Jewellers. Pierre Arpels Heure d’Ici & Heure d’Ailleurs Watch from Van Cleef & Arpels.
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Discover Mount Eden’s cafe, slinging epic toasties, burgers and waffles

The next cab off the rank in exciting hospitality venues to open in Mount Eden Village is Superfly — a new cafe putting a vivid spin on the classic coffee spot. Here, the menu doesn’t shy away from anything indulgent, offering a combination of toasties, bagels, burgers and waffles — an ode to American dining — accompanied by some of the best milkshakes you’ll find in the area.

Superfly’s Burgers & Waffles.

Seventies-inspired and vibrantly coloured, this new drop-in is delightfully funky. Located next door to its sister eatery, Circus Circus, Superfly is a feather in the cap of the Mount Eden Hospitality Group (also the team behind Wu & You and The Garden Shed and the new owners of suburb stalwart, Fraser’s) and is promising a decidedly upbeat place to drop into for a morning coffee or after-work drink.

From its unique interior designed to draw you in, to the experienced team at the helm in the kitchen, we’re predicting that Superfly will become a firm local favourite.

Opening hours:
Wednesday – Sunday, 11am until 9pm
Closed MondayTuesday

Superfly

447A Mount Eden Road,
Mount Eden, Auckland

www.instagram.com/superflymteden/

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Andiamo’s new set menu is a delicious celebration of autumn
Taking over a coveted spot in Parnell, meet Rhu — the elevated new all-day eatery from an ex-Pasture chef
Raise a glass to rosé as Soul Bar & Bistro launches a month-long celebration of this delicious drop
Rumours.

Introducing the chic spot serving up the perfect brew

In the heart of the city, tucked down O’Connell Street, may just be the answer to all of our central coffee woes. Perfectly timed with the return of office workers to the city comes the opening of Rumours Coffee, a delightfully minimalist new spot that shines a light on coffee done perfectly.

Rumours Coffee feels like the kind of place you feel lucky to have stumbled upon. Like a secret you would let your closest friends in on, or a little-known hidden gem (only spoken of in whispers). And its name is hardly a coincidence. This sense of a private, quiet sanctuary, a place in which to enjoy your morning coffee that feels like your very own spot, is the exact feeling owner Danny Lee was hoping to evoke when he opened.

Built on a minimalist vision and a focus on excellent coffee, the concept for Rumours was started nearly two years ago while Lee was working in the hospitality industry. He had always envisioned having a space of his own, and wanted to create a cafe that was precisely to his taste.

“I always liked going to places with nice coffee, and a quiet ambience — it’s what I enjoy in my times of rest, and I just wanted to create a place like that, to have it for myself and share it with other people,” Lee shares.

Here, single-origin coffee is the brew of choice, as Lee believes it’s where the flavours genuinely come alive. He envisions Rumours to be a space where people can come to learn a little more about coffee, too — the flavours behind the beans and different brew methods. And while it’s a coffee-lovers haven, it’s far from exclusive. When opening, Lee reflected that he would have been happy just to serve 50 coffees a day, but like all good rumours, news of this new spot spread with speed, and the crowds have kept him busy and eager for all to come.

While full meals aren’t yet a part of the offering, fresh pastries are available each morning from The Real Bread Project — giving those on their coffee run simple options that cover all the bases.

It would be remiss of us, however to posit that Rumours’ only drawcard is its coffee. The fit-out of the space is sleek and sophisticated in an understated, pared-back way. And while rough concrete, light timber and a neutral palette give the it an industrial edge, there is still a sense of warmth that makes it feel inherently inviting, thanks in part to the large front windows. (And the great service, of course.) Created via a collaboration between Lee and his friend Young Do (who has recently launched his own design studio, We Are Young) it’s something of a blank canvas and the perfect spot in which creatives can draw inspiration over their morning brew. Here, the interior reflects what the cafe has been designed to serve — no-frills coffee.

Given the rumours are true, it’s a coffee shop that doesn’t just satisfy those in the city looking for a mid-morning coffee. Instead, Rumours is worthy of a jaunt into the city itself, becoming the mainstay on your agenda.

Opening hours:
Monday — Friday, 7am until 3:30pm
Saturday, 8am until 3:30pm
Closed Sundays

Rumours Coffee

19 O'Connell Street,
Auckland CBD, Auckland

www.instagram.com/rumours_coffee/

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Andiamo’s new set menu is a delicious celebration of autumn
Taking over a coveted spot in Parnell, meet Rhu — the elevated new all-day eatery from an ex-Pasture chef
Raise a glass to rosé as Soul Bar & Bistro launches a month-long celebration of this delicious drop

Having just opened its first NZ store, Van Cleef & Arpels is the star of our new fashion editorial

Not only are Van Cleef & Arpels’ exquisite Snowflake pieces on the cover of our Winter Issue, but the historic French jewellery Maison has just opened the doors to its first New Zealand store — making its romantic designs and incomparable jewels readily available to us for the first time.

In anticipation of this recent opening, and as a way of celebrating the craftsmanship of this iconic brand, we photographed a selection of pieces from Van Cleef & Arpels’ high jewellery lines as part of our new issue cover shoot.

Paired perfectly with ready-to-wear by some of our favourite brands (from Dior to Louis Vuitton) these Van Cleef & Arpels pieces are utterly showstopping. You only have to peruse the images below to understand this Maison’s uniquely creative take on high jewellery.

Balancing the delicate with the dazzling and weaving precious stones into impossibly intricate designs, Van Cleef & Arpels has always been ahead of the game and looking at these images, it’s easy to see why.

Bouton d’or earrings, ring and bracelet from Van Cleef & Arpels. Golden cady dress from Fendi.
Hat, jacket, skirt and shoes from Chanel.
Flowerlace necklace from Van Cleef & Arpels. Bralette and coat from Christian Dior. 
Magic Alhambra long necklace, 16 motifs and Magic Alhambra Between the Finger ring from Van Cleef & Arpels. GLITTER KNIT MINI DRESS from Louis Vuitton.
Snowflake necklace and earrings Van Cleef & Arpels. Crop top from Gucci. Shorts from Christian Dior.
Folie des Prés necklace and earrings Van Cleef & Arpels. Alexandre Vauthier Demi Couture dress from Faradays.
Headscarf, DECONSTRUCTED JACKET, LOOSE SKIRT and boots from Balenciaga.
Ludo bracelet from Van Cleef & Arpels. Top and shirt from Burberry.
Top, cardigan, Single-breasted jacket, pants and sandals from Prada.
Cadenas Watch from Van Cleef & Arpels. Alaïa 3D Python Mesh dress from Faradays.
Bouton d’or necklace from Van Cleef & Arpels. Knit cardigan and skirt from Moncler. Knee high boots from Jimmy Choo.
Shirt, coat, pants and trainers from louis vuitton.
Prada top, Jacquard shorts and heels from Prada.
Jacket and pants from Bottega Veneta.
Bouton d’or necklace and Pierre Arpels watch, 38mm from Van Cleef & Arpels. Knit cardigan from Moncler.
Leather shirt, Prince of Wales skirt, belt, socks and heels from Miu Miu.
Long-sleeved Shirt and bermuda shorts from Dior Men.

Photography by Jeremy Choh. Styling by Caroline Tran. Makeup by Katie Angus. Hair by Kyye. TALENT Nicol and Finn from Kult Australia.

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