Wellington based fashion brand, Okewa, is set to unveil its new capsule of mens and womens coats made from 100 percent recycled post-consumer plastic bottles. The new range will be released next Thursday and will be available for pre-order on the Okewa website and via Kickstarter as part of Plastic-Free July. It presents a new direction for Okewa, who is moving down the sustainability route for its high-quality rainwear range. Founders and loving partners Nevada and Nick Leckie share insights into its new clothing line as well as musings of the brand's origins founded in the windiest city in the world.
New Zealand streetwear brand I Love Ugly has waded into the football fever engulfing the world at the moment and launched a limited edition FIFA inspired collection of clothes called the 'Legends' collection.
Luxury handbag retailer Mavrick & Mere was launched in March by co-founders Kristen Armstrong and Amanda Vitasovich. The pair are seeking to establish the new brand as a prestige item that will challenge more established brands like Deadly Ponies and Status Anxiety.
A mini pop-up located in Karen Walker’s ‘Playpark’ Newmarket store will offer not premium fashion, but a selection of vintage hand-knitted garments from the Dove Hospice charity shop. All money raised from sales of the handknits will go to Dove Hospice.
The folks at Inside Design are a pretty creative bunch. The folks at EightyOne are a pretty creative bunch. Guess what happens when they join forces?