Womenswear company Kimberlys was founded in 1983, but it won’t see out the end of 2017 before folding. It went into receivership in October and as a buyer has failed to come forward, all remaining Kimberlys stores will close on December 17.
Online sales are up by 16 percent year on year, and with Amazon setting up across the Tasman, these numbers can only be expected to increase. So, as Kiwi verandahs receive more and more goods, how can we make sure that shoppers’ online orders are not intercepted by package-stealing porch pirates?
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Every skincare devotee has a particular trend they favour over all others. Current favourites include multi-step Korean regimes; the all-natural approach popularised in New Zealand by brands like Trilogy and Antipodes; and the French pharmacy trend, where inexpensive but highly-prized products offered at French pharmacies are sought out by overseas shoppers. Tracking down these items online from New Zealand has been challenging until now, when an ecommerce venture called Ines has rounded up the best of them.