Pepa is a boutique stationery brand which has recently started operating from a historical building site in Christchurch. Owner Ami Muir talks about the aesthetic style behind her stationery range and how the historical building helps communicate her brand.
As consumer attention shifts, designers are required to evolve with customers while also staying true to their brand. Courtney Devereux talks to Henry Tadros, head of international sales for Ercol furniture, about how mixing classic with contemporary is the key to growing and keeping up with the world of design.
Nespresso has chosen to go local for its Christmas coffee collection reveal – getting Auckland-based artist Andrew J. Steel to create a one-off mural.
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.
Micro-trends in fashion are constantly changing – one minute we’re being told we should be wearing harem pants, and the next you shouldn’t be seen dead in them. TRA's Claire Tutill and designer Rory Docherty explain how there's far more to it than just what looks good.
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Just when you thought you were free of the plastic horror that is the Croc, you can now buy it covered in fur or rocks for around $350 as part of a collaboration with designer Christopher Kane.