Hannah Burnard and her business partner Robyn Pelvin were working in corporate roles when they became frustrated with the mainstream clothing options on offer. They decided to build a new capsule-style ecommerce shopping system, offering five work-appropriate pieces bundled together.
As ad blockers hide more traditional forms of advertising and consumers disengage with brands preaching to them on social media, influential individuals provide an important link to consumers. We talk to The Social Club co-founders Justin Clark and Georgia McGillivray on how they’re connecting brands
In a time of countless listicles, city guides and review websites, an app by two 23-year-olds aims to cut through all the clutter and offer a curated guide to New Zealand’s Super City. Index, founded by George Howes and Alex Brown, is an app that
Oamaru-based ethical ecommerce website Tummah launched barely two weeks after the magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Kaikoura on November 14, but it’s leapt into action with a flip-flop promotion aimed at helping the community out. Truly, this is one retailer that can handle the jandal.
After 20 years occupying the same space, Wellington jeweller The Village Goldsmith has been given a shakeup. The shop has been refitted and expanded to be nearly three times the size to accommodate the surge in international business. We chatted with founder Ian Douglas and
As part of our series that explores the retail industry's greatest moves of the past year, we had a chat with Pennant & Triumph director Justin Roderique on the year that was in retail design, as well as his predictions for 2017.