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Citta Design's Imogen Tunnicliffe and David Moreland talk creativity

  • Design
  • November 28, 2017
  • Idealog Team
Citta Design's Imogen Tunnicliffe and David Moreland talk creativity

Heads of design at Citta Imogen Tunnicliffe and David Moreland were the People's Choice winners for the design category in Idealog and Accenture's Most Creative People. The two are an influential pair, with their design decisions regularly rippling through their category and helping to turn a company that started off as an importer into a major force in the export of New Zealand-designed textiles, homewares and furniture. Here, they discuss creativity, inspiration and the design process.

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Are retailers putting their Christmas decorations to bed?

  • Design
  • November 24, 2017
  • Findlay Buchanan
Are retailers putting their Christmas decorations to bed?

The artificial Christmas trees and extensive Christmas lights which traditionally adorn our favourite retail stores may be culled this year. Statistics from Retail NZ show that 27 percent of retailers have flagged Christmas decorations completely.

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Enhancing the experience: A growing demand

  • Design
  • November 22, 2017
  • Courtney Devereux
Enhancing the experience: A growing demand

Some commentators think food and integrated hospitality offerings will save brick and mortar retail from obsolescence in the age of ecommerce. But does catering to the consumer’s every need result in sales, or are shoppers moving on without making a purchase? In the Enhancing the experience series Courtney Devereux looks into why these two different sectors are working together.

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French skincare company La Roche-Posay settles into New Zealand

  • Design
  • November 10, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
French skincare company La Roche-Posay settles into New Zealand

After launching into New Zealand around three months ago, L’Oreal New Zealand brand La Roche-Posay has solidified its market presence with a new range of sun protection products called Anthelios XL. The hero product is an innovative piece of wearable technology which measures UV exposure.

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Personalisation specialist The Daily Edited pops up in Auckland

  • Design
  • November 9, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Personalisation specialist The Daily Edited pops up in Auckland

Australian accessories retailer The Daily Edited is opening a pop-up store based out of Ponsonby boutique The Shelter for one day only. The highly-curated company specialises in personalisation, offering customers the opportunity to have initials, emojis or even their own handwriting monogrammed onto leather goods.

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The Christmas hamper that transforms

  • Design
  • November 8, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
The Christmas hamper that transforms

Christmas hampers are a staple in December. They typically contain all sorts of foodstuffs that are made to be given away rather than eaten, nestled in a basket and enrobed in cellophane. Gourmet food retailer Cook & Nelson is attempting to revamp this concept with nifty cardboard packaging and products made with love.

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Where wine meets art: How a New York designer left his mark on Marlborough

  • Design
  • October 30, 2017
  • Erin McKenzie
Where wine meets art: How a New York designer left his mark on Marlborough

Fly over the Wairau Plain in Marlborough and you’ll see the land below has been transformed over time into a grid of precisely grown grapevines. It’s a sight to behold in itself, but take a closer look and you’ll see that grid rise from the ground at Brancott Estate winery, where its new installation now sits.

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Peek inside Lush’s newly-refurbished Newmarket store

  • Design
  • October 27, 2017
  • Sarah Dunn
Peek inside Lush’s newly-refurbished Newmarket store

Lush anticipated a number of current retail trends before they hit the mainstream. The UK skincare and beauty retailer has built its brand on experiential retail, filling its stores with highly-scented products and offering exceptional customer service from highly-engaged staff. It’s also been ahead of the curve regarding customer demand for ethically-produced products, and is a vocal supporter of social causes such as the Australian vote for marriage equality.

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Japanese sneaker company Asics has opened one of only nine concept stores worldwide in little old New Zealand.

 
 

Aston Martin opens a new Auckland showroom

  • Design
  • September 14, 2017
  • Benjamin Mack
Aston Martin opens a new Auckland showroom

Aston Martin has officially unveiled its brand-new state-of-the-art Auckland showroom. And 007’s favourite car brand’s digs are enough to impress even the most suave secret agent, thanks to Warren and Mahoney.

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