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Mercedes-Benz presents Zambesi at Fashion Week

  • Design
  • July 20, 2017
  • Benjamin Mack
Mercedes-Benz presents Zambesi at Fashion Week

No stranger to sponsoring fashion weeks across the globe, Mercedes-Benz is working with Zambesi for the latest iteration of its Mercedes-Benz Presents designer partnership. One of the biggest motivations: innovation.

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#Trending: Aesthetic food

  • Design
  • July 13, 2017
  • Courtney Devereux
#Trending: Aesthetic food

From food that’s just dye-ing to be different to snacks on acid, the latest craze of aesthetically-driven rainbow food is a head-scratcher.

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Designers behind Ketz-ke launch new label Leo+Be

  • Design
  • July 11, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Designers behind Ketz-ke launch new label Leo+Be

The sisters behind Kiwi fashion label Ketz-ke have launched a new label aimed at Millennial women, Leo+Be. With 29 years in the fashion industry, co-founders Jenny Drury and Brenda Wilkinson look forward to a fresh start while tapping into the networks they've established. Drury discussed Leo+Be with The Register.

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Iconic Wellington denim store Hurricane Jeans shifts and rebrands

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  • July 3, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Iconic Wellington denim store Hurricane Jeans shifts and rebrands

Hurricane Jeans opened on Manners St in 1991, but one year on from its 25th anniversary, owner David Byrne is shaking things up with a shift from Manners St to Willis St. The business is also rebranding to become Hurricane Denim, complete with a new logo incorporating Wellington’s Pencarrow Lighthouse.

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