My Exhibition isn't your average secondhand store. Founder Sara Bruce has based the ecommerce venture on style and an eye for juxtaposition, creating and selling multi-item "looks" as well as individual artworks, furniture and homewares. She shared her strategy with The Register.
The designers for this year's New Zealand Fashion Week have been announced. Both established and up-and-coming names appear in the 85-strong list of those ready to showcase their work to buyers and media.
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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Final entries for the Retail Interiors Association's annual Red Awards for excellence in retail design are now due.
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.
The Register's sister site Idealog is in the middle of celebrating Design Month. It's picked the brains of some of the most interesting individuals in the industry to find out their favourite design-related things, their not-so-secretive side hustles and what inspires them creatively. Here's shoe designer and retailer Kathryn Wilson.
The Register's sister site Idealog is in the middle of celebrating Design Month. It's picked the brains of some of the most interesting individuals in the industry to find out their favourite design-related things, their not-so-secretive side hustles and what inspires them creatively. Here's fashion designer Ingrid Starnes.
Fashion and technology advances have created a consumer that's obsessed with the latest new and shiny goods to hit the shelves, but acclaimed New Zealand designer David Trubridge says there's no need apply this to design disciplines like furniture and lighting. Here, he argues why designers need to remember quality is better than novelty.
Watch this space: The Pie Piper and Doornuts
Home dessert delivery service The Pie Piper has combined their love of authentic food and community support within their soon-to-open flagship store. The original home ...
Technology and fashion are in some ways natural bedmates in the sense that they both focus on pushing the bounds by introducing trends or products the public might not yet be ready for. And for the launch of the new Huawei P10, Pead PR worked closely with clothing company Zambesi to bring these two worlds even closer together by orchestrating an avant-garde fashion show.
In a recent feature for NZ Retail, we looked at retail design. This companion article examines how clever design can transform mass-market retail spaces as well as expensive, bespoke boutiques.