The Shelter’s Instagram is equal parts edgy yet inviting. Monochrome product shots paired with inspiration ideas create a wide mix of content. And as New Zealand Fashion Week begins, the page is celebrating its wide range of New Zealand designers.
New Zealand Fashion Week officially opened last night with a cocktail party and an opening show from the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Presents Designer, Turet Knuefermann. Knuefermann has been in business for 13 years, with two boutiques in Auckland and a thriving international business. Sarah Dunn sat
In response to increasing consumer interest in ethical and eco-friendly fashion, The Register’s sister publication Good is putting on the first-ever sustainable group show in New Zealand Fashion Week’s 18-year history.
Emerging designer Stephanie Saxton is infusing the essence of Athenree – population 672 - into a range of activewear and swimwear. She shares some reflections on the design process, body confidence, and the importance of getting your toes sandy every day.
Boutique fashion retailers are constantly in danger of losing their footing in an industry that’s increasingly flooded with online retailers and fast-fashion brands. But some boutique owners are tackling the problem head-on and carving out their own niche by producing their own product lines to
On Sunday, The Register's editor and associate publisher Sarah Dunn took to the stage at the Spring Gift Fair to share some strategies on how retailers can connect with their audiences using retail theatre. Here's some highlights from her presentation.
New Zealand supermarket shoppers are among the world's keenest on a cheap deal, spending $6 out of every $10 on groceries that are on special.
Some apparel companies approach supply chain transparency from a “box-ticking” perspective because they’re scared of what they might find if they take a harder look, says Kathmandu’s corporate social responsibility manager Gary Shaw.
Once a leader is established in your company, it can feel as if they were always there. However, the path to leadership isn’t always smooth, especially if you’re walking in a pair of big shoes. Courtney Devereux profiles three companies who handled the appointment of