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Victoria Tait Editor

I love autumn/winter fashion – the opportunity to wrap yourself in luxurious fabrics, add layers and accessorise with hats and scarfs. This season we are seeing an array of scrumptious deep colours, including burgundy, mustard and navy, as well as texture with furs and embroidered prints. In this issue you will find our runway report that takes a look at all the international fashion weeks; New York, London, Milan and Paris, and highlights our top trends from the four great cities. I was lucky enough a have one-on-one interview with Emilia Wickstead during iD Dunedin Fashion Week. The Duchess of Cambridge’s favourite designer gives us her advice on how to dress in a chic, effortless way. We also step back into the past to look at some of the world’s most renowned fashion icons and which contemporary celebrities can match their style and glamour. This issue of Fashion brings both a local and international view on trends and styles for the new season. Enjoy your fashion fix,

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FASHION NEWS

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RUNWAY REPORT New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks

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WOMEN’S FASHION TRENDS

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INTERVIEW Five minutes with Emilia Wickstead

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MEN’S FASHION ADVICE

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CHILDREN’S FASHION TRENDS

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CELEBRITY YUMMY MUMMIES

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GIVEAWAYS

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PAST AND PRESENT STYLE ICONS

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HEALTH AND BEAUTY

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Leather is the perfect transition fabric. It’s easy to wear and works with almost anything. We love this leather trench by Chole. A must-have for autumn.

Polished British Style

Kaleidoscope Prints The seventies are alive again – or at least they were at Paris Fashion Week, with designers choosing a mixture of swirling prints, florals, metallics and paisleys. Combined with a variety of colourways, these garments created a kaleidoscope of colours and patterns. Givenchy stood out the most with its psychedelic collection. When it comes to mixing colours and prints this autumn, it would appear the advice from the fashion greats is: ‘forget the rules’. Embrace your psychedelic side and have fun this season.

Ruffles Ruffles have been reinvented this season. Gone are the girly frills and in their place are more structured, larger ruffles that create a powerful hemline. Think tiers of chiffon floating down.

Looking for fashion inspiration? British model David Gandy is the man to watch. His style is polished, preppy, effortlessly masculine and very British, gaining the attention of international media that now watch his every move. Embracing tailored fashions, David shows us how to perfect the smart wardrobe by mixing and matching essential pieces with a twist, such as tucking a waistcoat into pants.

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RE:sTaRT - fashiON cOllEcTivE As the city’s fashion hub in the heart of the city, Re:START Mall is a one-stop-shop for all your autumn and winter fashion essentials and accessories. Among the brightly-coloured collection of world-famous shipping container conversions you’ll find 14 stylish retail boutiques housing the city’s leading fashions – from exclusive high-end New Zealand labels through to suave and savvy international streetwear, designer one-offs, on-trend activewear and exceptional footwear, with the latest lines dropping daily.

Designer touches Fashion-forward women are spoiled for choice with Storm’s distinctive collections, which offer a wide range of garments and accessories characterised by their moody palette and affordability, while cutting-edge Kiwi label RUBY’s bold, youthful elegance and innovative designs are at the forefront of the latest industry trends. You can add sustainability to the mix (along with some US presidential endorsement!) at designer knitwear company Untouched World, whose stylish garments and accessories for men and women are coveted the world over, and perfect for colder weather. You’ll also want to check out new Re:START addition Maddisons off Broadway (located in the former Johnson’s Grocery store), a hothouse of glamorous US designer and one-off pieces.

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You can’t help but put your best foot forward at Re:START Mall. You’ll discover the best of both New Zealand and international designers at Head Over Heels’ emporium of beautifully crafted footwear for stylish women, while Maher’s serves up fashionforward footwear for men and women who want to stand out from the crowd – all of it created with an emphasis on comfort, style, individuality and quality.

Want to wear your heart on your sleeve cheering on your favourite team, tackle the great outdoors in style, or look good while you’re working up a sweat? You’ll find your team’s stripes at Champions of the World, hard-wearing and good looking outdoor clothing at Kathmandu, and upmarket workout clothes that look just as good outside the gym at lululemon athletica.

streets aheaD Savvy street smarts are a 20-year tradition at Hunters and Collectors, home to the world’s leading streetwear labels and a denim wall destined to be one or two pairs lighter following your visit. Not be outdone, fashion stalwarts Stencil combine a carefully curated collection of street style design classic and contemporary pieces, while Infinite Definite’s chic boutique houses an everevolving space where the latest fashion pieces, art, and design collide.

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for the boys Head-to-toe city slickness is a promise for style-savvy males at Re:START Mall; renowned Kiwi label Barkers’ classical tailoring and timeless style join 3 Wise Men’s ‘traditional with a twist’ line of quality, fashionable gear – between the two you’ll find everything the modern man needs to look and feel razor-sharp.

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This is a trend that we see each winter season, however, this year the style has slightly changed. During Milan Fashion Week we saw 18th century, British-soldier inspired jackets from Dolce & Gabbana and in New York Fashion Week big shoulders at Camilla & Marc. To be on trend this season look for the following; bold piping, rounded buttons, exaggerated shoulders.

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Rachel Zoe, New York Fashion Week

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Dolce & Gabbana, Milan Fahion Week

Big Earrings Make a statement with long chandelier earrings this season. From classic designs with diamonds and emeralds to art deco and art nouveau shapes being represented, there’s plenty of options from which to choose, no matter what your personal style may be.

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The marathon is over, four cities in one month New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Week autumn/winter fashion weeks have enthralled us with an array of style and glamour. We take a look at the top trends from the runway.

London

Amanda Wakeley, London

London was preparing for a cold winter with lots of lush furs, knits and beautiful wintry colours. Amanda Wakeley’s soft caramel furs received rave reviews, as did Burberry’s military jackets. Kiwi-born Emilia Wickstead’s collection had anklelength dresses named the new sexy length.

FENTY PUMA by Rihanna AW16 Collection, New York

Burberry, London Rachel Zoe

New York The Big Apple was abuzz with every fashionista in town. Some of the top trends included romantic plaits with lush furs à la Rachel Zoe. Puma’s black lips were the talk of the town and Marc Jacobs’ almost Elizabethan use of furs, leather and deep forest colours made for a must-see show.

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Emilia Wickstead, London

LaVISH cLotHIng The Lavish Clothing Gallery, which nestles in foothills of Cashmere, is just about to celebrate its 10th BiRThdAY, and co-owners Sonia Crighton and Emma Cooper plan to continue their winning formula through into their second decade. ThEiR ongoing support of New Zealand designers provides local fashionistas with the opportunity to purchase garments from ethical brand Chalkydigits, which is made from sustainable fabrics including merino, organic cotton and love; deryn Schmidt, known for exquisite tailoring and impeccable finish; and Ooby Ryn with its audacious design aesthetic. The Vassalli range of slim pants are great teamed up with a warm winter knit. They come in jeans, cords and pants, and this winter, they have shades of blue, grey, berry, gold and warm browns with a little metallic shine to lift the look. Sonia and Emma’s own labels – Sonia Crighton and Embillir – are exclusive to Lavish. Sonia designs for independent, creative women and Emma’s garments are wearable but with an edge. As they have expanded over the years, Sonia and Emma have cast their net further afield and stock international labels such as Sao Paulo, with its luxurious yet affordable women’s wear and dolce Vita, which focuses on modern, sporty women.

16 Colombo St, CaShmere, ChriStChurCh Phone 03 332 0003 www.lavishclothing.co.nz

The clothing gallery showcases an extensive range of accessories, such as jewellery and bags, as well as perfect gifts (or luxurious treats) such as candles, body lotions and linen sprays.

The Lavish Ladies’ made to measure service is a fantastic way for their clients to work alongside them to create an outfit that is unique, beautifully tailored, and which they know really suits them and their individual style. Located at 16 Colombo St, phone 03 332 0003 or go to www.lavishclothing.co.nz.


Milan in Milan it’s all about being sleek and sophisticated. designer Giorgio Armani did not disappoint with his use of textures, lace and embroidery. in contrast to this dolce & Gabbana were a pop of colour with their vibrant fabrics and military-inspired collars. Alberto Zambelli, stole the show with his use of gold metallic.

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Iris Van Herpen, Paris

The city of love might have been last in the fashion marathon, but by no means the loser. As expected, the international fashion month went out with a spectacular performance. With the likes of Louis Vuitton, who had a mirrored catwalk, and Moncler Gamme Rouge’s pompominspired hats, there was no lack of style. iris Van Herpen redefined structure with her amazing dress collection.

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Moncler Gamme Rouge, Paris

Dolce & Gabbana, Milan

Alberto Zambelli, Milan

Giorgio Armani, Milan

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As the trend toward casual and comfort continues, knitwear dominates the winter runways. increasingly, people are looking for a wardrobe that’s comfortable, easy care and will multi-task for work and play. LOcaL lifestyle brand Untouched World has watched consumer needs change over time. “As our lives get busier, there’s a move towards slow, sustainable fashion that can be dressed up or down, and won’t be in one season and out the next,” says Untouched World cEO Peri Drysdale. “It’s not just about looks and comfort either, our clients also want to know the origins of what they’re wearing – what it’s made from and who made it.” The new Untouched World™ Winter ’16 Collection embraces this philosophy delivering an exciting combination of paredback silhouettes with enduring style, and clever multi-tasking styles you can wear a bunch of ways (and they’re made locally from sustainable fabrics, of course!). Chunky knits make a comeback for both men and women, with mixed-gauge pieces and innovative knit structures creating interesting textural effects. Fine Merino layering comes in rich marled hues of ruby and blue, complemented with a refreshing splash of sunstone peach. The popular Energy Pants and Slouchy Pants for women are introduced in luxurious new fabrics, and the new Bliss Pant offers the guise of a dress pant with all the comfort of a pair of Merino trackies.

Visit their pop-up store in Re:START, or see the full collection and try the tasty new bites at the Untouched World Flagship Store and Native Garden Café at 155 Roydvale Avenue. www.untouchedworld.com

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Add a little oomph of luxury to your winter wardrobe this season with our fur edit. According to the designers at New York and London fashion weeks, this scrumptious trend shows no signs of slowing down. From striped fur stoles to fur-lined biker jackets and full length coats, get your hand on some hot furs.

Sonia Rykiel, Paris Fashion Week.

Monique Lhuillier Marlowe Fur Sandals $1302.49

Dents Faux Fur Scarf $85

Camilla and Marc Jacket $1980

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Park avenue Park Avenue Fashions specialises in formal and occasional wear. Their racks are full of beautiful garments, wonderful fabrics and, above all, lots of colour.

SoNiA CAird, owner of Park Avenue Fashions, is careful to make sure that there is plenty of variety so her clients won’t meet someone in the same outfit when at a function. in terms of trends for evening wear Sonia says that current trends are, “vibrant colours such as reds, bright blues are all on trend as well as textured fabrics and lace. Classic blacks and champagne always makes an elegant look”. As well as ball gowns, her short and flirty cocktail dresses are a must-have, and the incredible choices at Park Avenue Fashions means that whether you are buying for an event in chilly Christchurch or off to a tropical location there will be something for you. renowned for their mother of the bride or groom collections there are many options in heavy or light fabrics, many with sleeves or matching jackets. Sonia makes sure her clients are perfectly accessorised with pashminas, jackets, jewellery, hats, bags and fascinators all carefully selected to complement an outfit. Located at 363 Lincoln road, Addington. Phone 03 374 5858 or visit www.parkavenue.co.nz


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Get The Look – BURGUNDY Burgundy, maroon, oxblood, wine, or deep red? Whatever you want to call it, this colour has become so popular that many of the e-commerce giants have had to add it as an individual colour choice, within their filters. Get your hands on this autumn trend with our quick-shop guide.

Charlotte Olympia Red Bon Voyage Clutch $495

Juliette Hogan Chunky Texture Knit $199

Camilla and Marc Dress $599

Louis Vuitton “Capucines MM” Bag In Taurillon Leather $8550.

Ruby Iva Ruffle Longsleeve $169

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Taylor Complete Shirt Jacket Ink $487

Liam Dress by Ruby $399

Louis Vuitton, Paris Fashion Week

Moochi Circuit Dress $249

Navy is one of the most popular colours this season. Best of all, because it’s a darker shade of blue, it is both flattering and slimming, too. It’s also a better alternative to black, as it’s less harsh and carries an air of sophistication. Navy is most certainly the new black.

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Mustard yellow is a shade that suits almost every skin tone and hair colour, and with so many variations to choose from this season you are bound to find something that works for you. We love mustard prints for a bohemian look and colour blocking. A mustard dress with bright accessories, green or navy, work really well.

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Mimico Muse Hip Bag $349

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Sonia Rykiel, Paris Fashion Week

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Merino Louvre Wrap by Toorallie

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New Zealand designer Emilia Wickstead – famous for dressing the Duchess of Cambridge – socialises in high society London circles, is a friend to the stars, and exhibits a style that is effortlessly chic, but with a twist. Editor Victoria Tait catches up with the fashionista while she is in her home country, to discuss her new collection, and the secret to looking sexy whilst still covering up.

Can you tell me a little bit about what you are wearing?

I love to collect pieces from every collection that I’m crazy about – this is a piece from my autumn/winter collection, two seasons ago. It’s our own geometric print made of wool – almost feels like a blanket, which is perfect for a cold day.

What is your inspiration behind your own personal style?

I find my own style is very organic and natural. I love the idea of being effortlessly chic, and the feeling of throwing on a red lippy and minimal makeup. I wear cuts that work for a woman’s body, so they don’t need to be tight fitting. I also love longer-length dresses and a sleeve.

Do you use yourself as a muse when designing?

I am always designing with myself in mind, that comes very naturally, but I am also designing for all women. I like to think there is a little bit of everything for everyone. I feel very comfortable in my clothes.

Can you give us some tips on how to achieve a sexy, yet elegant, look?

Sexy can be thinking outside the box, it doesn’t have to be a low V-neck or be short. What I love is that unique sophistication and creating a twist to

a garment. A high front with an open back and sleeve, yet showing off the right curves, is sexy. I used to do every fitting in my business for a very long time, and this gave me the understanding of what women feel comfortable in. If you are in your own skin then that is sexy. My spring/summer 2016 range has dresses with balloon sleeves and small cut-outs on the stomach, which adds a little bit of twist. It’s about showing a little and not too much.

In February you showed your new autumn/winter collection at London Fashion Week, what can we expect?

It is a little darker and more moody than my spring/summer collection. The colour palette was inspired by Erwin Blumenfeld – he was an incredibly influential photographer. It was his series called ‘Fantasies’ where he photographed the aristocracy during the sixties in London. I’ve picked up colours and tones from this and used them in the collection. I played a lot with jersey; there is nothing easier or more comfortable than a jersey dress. I also have used a lot of denim, which was a harsh streetstyle way to show Emilia Wickstead silhouettes. I’ve already been wearing one of the dresses in denim – it feels very cool. Each season I try to introduce something new and fresh, it’s the biggest challenge as a designer.


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It’s hard to make a great suit look good if it doesn’t fit properly. Follow our top tips to ensure you get the right fit and look polished this autumn. •

Ensure the shoulder pads end with your shoulders.

The chest and lapels of the suit should contour the shape of your chest, but should not be too tight or too loose. The lapels should not bulge, they should lie flat on the chest.

A jacket is too tight if an “X” is created around a fastened top button.

Check where your buttons are sitting. The top button of a two-button suit should not fall below your navel – note that this is the middle button of a three-button suit.

The sleeves should hang straight from the shoulder to the wrist. To test this, see if it falls where the base of your thumb meets your wrist.

Between a quarter and a half inch of shirt cuff should be visible.

The overall look of your trousers should be trim but not tight. Keep in mind that the pockets and the front of the pants should lay flat.

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Men’S AuTuMn wInTer edIT n

As the temperature drops, it might be time to update your winter wardrobe. Keep warm and stylish with our autumn/winter edit that shows checks, navy and browns to be the classic, easy-wear options.

Huffier shirt

Rodd & Gunn Knit

Dent Scarf

Rodd & Gunn Belt

MAde To MeASure Mark van Roosmalen is one of the country’s few remaining bespoke tailors. A fifth-generation tailor, van Roosmalen has been outfitting discerning men and women for the past 35 years. He has an eye for the creative and the panache to create a wide range of elegant and striking tailored garments with meticulous precision.

A CusToM-MAdE garment from MvR Tailoring is a truly wise investment that you will turn to year after year, as nothing compares with a garment made specifically for your unique body shape. Explaining the difference between bespoke and made-to-measure garments available from his Fendalton studio, van Roosmalen says, “Essentially, a bespoke piece involves the same process as made-to-measure, but is entirely hand-crafted. From the pattern to the finished masterpiece, all the construction and finishing details are made completely by hand.”

MvR Tailoring uses a range of luxurious, quality fabrics from super-fine Italian wools and leather to classic English tweeds, and offers a full women’s wear service, too. With van Roosmalen’s years of experience and expertise, his tailoring will imbue you with sublime confidence. Contact Mark van Roosmalen for a consultation or for The suit doctor’s alteration service, which ranges from invisible mending and buttonholes, to remodeling and renovating vintage garments.

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rangiora shoe lines It is style and comfort this autumn at Rangiora Shoe Lines. With new season ranges arriving daily, and brands sourced from all over the world and exclusive to Rangiora Shoe Lines.

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Fashion isn’t just for grown ups, at least not at Wee Kiwi in the new retail Laneway on Conway Lane High Street Rangiora.

Eject shoes and boots are funky and fashionable footwear for men and women, boys and girls with an emphasis on providing comfort as well as terrific style. Miz Mooz is imported from New York and is as dynamic as the city itself. Their signature is vintage styling, hand-finished leather and unique and unexpected detailing. There are plenty of ranges to choose from, including Mam’zelle, EOS, Gino Ventori, Minx, Ziera, Rieker, Clarks and Hush Puppies. The staff are experts at helping you select shoes that suit your needs, from accommodating growing feet to matching an outfit for a special occasion.

After 10 years in Rangiora Wee Kiwi and owner Lisa have settled in to their new premise. This child-friendly store helps make finding attractive, affordable clothes for children up to the age of 10. Owner Lisa is a parent herself and chooses to stock lines that are durable for active children and look good at the same time. Some of the design brands include Sucre D’Orge, which ranges from ages zero to two along with Beanstork organics and Knits, and Papoose, which covers zero to six years. She prides herself on the quality of the items she has available which include just about everything for both babies and children, except for furniture. Soft toys and wooden toys, bedroom art and accessories fill the shelves alongside cosy knitwear and gorgeous tops and pants for boys and girls. Also available are beautiful locally made bibs and blankets. Many items are unique to Wee Kiwi, as she only has one item in each colour per size, making her young customers particularly stylish. Her stock is constantly being updated as Lisa regularly brings in new labels and is open to customer suggestions. Coming for Summer, Lisa has new array of great labels. From head to toe, children are fully catered for. Lisa’s shoes are all podiatry endorsed and include US brand See Kai Run, and cover all ages from soft soles for babies to young adults.

Dodgim Oyster Snake $290

Danko Black $219

Follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/pages/Wee-KiwiChildrens-Boutique.

Danko Grey $219

Shop 4 Conway Lane 176 High Street, Rangiora T: 03 313 4325 | E: orders@weekiwi.co.nz

162 High Street, Rangiora | Ph. 03 313-8444 Open Sat 10am-4pm | www.rangiorashoelines.co.nz


Strut your new-season style Jen Patterson, Jess Low, Lyn Hilton

Moochi Grand Opening

With a change of season upon us and new stock arriving daily, So You! owner Debbie Albrecht and her team are hot to trot the sizzling new autumn and winter fashion in-store now. and stylist who’s always on hand to assist. Whether you love the feminine look of So You! is the only store of its kind in New velvet and lace, the soft caress of fine Zealand to offer this unique service. It has Merino, layering or colour blocking with helped make So You! a favourite North the season’s favourite colours and fabrics, Canterbury fashion destination. Add to that our generous, discreet service and it’s all at So You! it’s clear to see why So You! clients ‘enter Fabrics, texture and colours have never as strangers and leave as friends’. Best been more exciting or inspirational. of all, with on-trend fashion, fabulous The choice is out of this world and sure jewellery, accessories and girlie giftware to add zing to the wardrobe of even the available from as little as $39, So You! most discerning shopper. clients can shop their style without If you want to update your wardrobe breaking the bank. with new-season must-haves, or create Our popular gift vouchers are another a totally new look for yourself, you’ll great way to spoil someone special. be spoilt for choice with popular local and imported labels like Trelise Cooper, Cooper, Boardroom, B.Y.U., Chalet, Chocolat, Ebony, Four Girlz, Vassalli, SNaPSHot, I Say, Molly N’ Rose, Lemon Tree, Lovestitch, Siren, OBR, Noble Wild, Travellers, What Women Want, Zaza and Libertine.

Merivale became even more marvellous with the opening of Moochi. Even though the rain had been gracing the city and creating a minefield of puddles to trap the unwary pedestrian, it proved no deterrent to the fashion enthusiasts. The welcome was a warm respite from evening’s coolness as drinks and savoury treats were handed around. Lights reflected off the mirrored interior of the boutique, spreading the airy opulence out into the greyness of Papanui Road. – Gilbert Wealleans

Tara Hewitt, Julie-Ann Beattie

Sophie Lestae Bec Callaghan

Renee Elley, Gaelle Valentini

Clients love that Debbie is a certified, accredited personal image consultant Georgia and Maree Rodwell

Jude and Rob Callaghan

Shop 3, Conway Lane, 176 High Street Rangiora Telephone: 03 313 1720 Like our So You! Facebook page.

Stephanie Lambie, Zoe Mackay, Rosie Stewart

Jo Macauley, Alex Phillips


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EMMA’S AT OXFORD

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WHILE Emma’s at Oxford is predominantly a bookstore, it’s also your destination for an ever-growing and changing range of merino garments under the Merinomink and Untouched World labels. Owner Emma Gillard left the ‘big smoke’ of Auckland to open her store in June 2007. What started with books and gifts has continued to evolve, with Merinomink accessories quickly becoming one of the star attractions. About six year ago, merino gloves, scarves and wraps were added to shelves and their popularity has led to the extensive collection on offer today. “The products are simply the best quality. The styles don’t date, the garments don’t pill; they are investment pieces you will wear for years,” says Emma. “We all own, wear and just love them.” And so does everyone else: “Customers are coming back each season to see what’s new and indulge in a new piece – or three – or buy as gifts.”

Booklovers will love the large, diverse and highly recommended range of literature available in this picturesque country setting. “People regularly say they haven’t seen an offering such as ours in a long time,” says Emma proudly. Emma’s at Oxford is currently located in a beautiful art-deco building in Oxford’s Main Street, however, come the end of May, you’ll find them but a few doors down while the building undergoes earthquake strengthening and expansion. “I’m really looking forward to the end of the year and being back in a bigger and better building and really being able to showcase what we have on offer,” says Emma. A place to find warm, stylish accessories and something satisfying to read sounds simply idyllic.

Ponchos are another fashion accessory for which Emma’s has become known. “We’re known as the Poncho Queens by the sales team at Merinomink!” Emma says with a laugh. “In fact, our best-selling colour is a rich navy blue called Zephyr and we were told we were the third biggest seller in Australasia of that particular line last year.” Not bad going for an independent bookstore in a country town.

MARMALADE

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WHAT a treat to come across a unique fashion boutique in a small rural town, less than an hour from Christchurch! Marmalade Clothing and Curiosities in Oxford has become well-known for its natural fibre policy – only stocking garments made from premium fabrics such as bamboo, modal, organic cotton and New Zealand merino. Locals love the affordable range and people from all over Canterbury hurry to get their hands on the latest arrivals. Owner Jessica Fearnley-Campbell only ever stocks one or two of each size, in each style, so you have to be in quick! Jessica is excited about the new winter collection now in stock. Her passion for New Zealand made means the latest ranges from Christchurch brands Chalkydigits and Tava, amongst others, are always in stock. Marmalade is also the exclusive stockist in New Zealand of fair-trade brands Nomads Clothing and Braintree Clothing. Nomads having recently been voted as ‘best for ethical fashion’ by the UK’s newspaper The Independent. One look that features strongly this season is ‘70s boho chic. This makes a comeback with corduroy pinafores, peasant blouses and floaty dresses being wardrobe staples. Layering is also another key trend – easily created with kimono-style short-sleeved jackets. Meanwhile, rusty reds, smokey greys and a hint of mustard make up just one colour palette in a shop full of rich colour.

53 Main Street. Oxford ph: 03 312 3432 Hours: 7 Days 10am – 5pm

www.emmasatoxford.com

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Clothing is displayed alongside a large selection of New Zealand-made and fairtrade costume jewellery, accessories and the ‘famous’ bamboo socks – perfect gift ideas when it comes to thinking about Mother’s day next month!


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Kim Kardashian with North at Alexander Wang

Front Row Fashionistas These little ones would know more about new trends than any of us. Seen front row with their super stylish mums.

Tiny Trends Costello Tagliapietra at MADE Fashion Week

Salvatore Ferragamo Front Row - Milan Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week was not just for the mums and dads. The tiny tots also had their own selection of shows at New York’s Petite Parade. Here are our favorite picks from the week.

Smarty Pants Just a Little Bit Different The place to find children’s clothing, costumes and gifts at affordable prices.

Must-Have Winter Wellies It’s time for puddle stomping, and with the huge range now available, kids’ wellies can look so cute with winter coats. We love the new range from Hunter and Cotton On.

0800 895 190 Email: smartstuff@smartypants.kiwi www.smartypants.kiwi

Photos: Getty Images

Store now open at 55 Nottingham Ave, Halswell, next to Vivacious.


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You might have chewing gum stuck in your hair as you read this, or a patch of dried vomit on your left shoulder, and rather large bags under your eyes. However, this is no excuse for looking shabby. By using a clever mix and match of essential pieces you can achieve a celebrity-style look. The key is to keep it simple and comfortable.

Baggy Jersey and Scarf

Simple Is Elegant

The perfect outfit for any budget. This outfit looks great post-bump, as the jersey is loose and can hide any extra weight you might be carrying.

The less you have to fuss with, the more likely your outfit will remain intact. Take a tip from the Duchess and keep your necklines high and dress below the knee.

Photos: Getty Images

The Duchess Of Cambridge

Leather Leggings Grab yourself a pair of leather – or leather-look – leggings and pair these with a textured knit, just like Miranda. Comfort and style in one. Miranda Kerr

Trench Coat Jessica Alba

Angelina Jolie

Invest in a trench coat. No matter how bad things get underneath, you can always cover it up with a classic chic trench.

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ElEgant, Casual, trEndy & EssEntial sizE 14+ These words say it all, something for everyone!

All the newest styles for autumn and winter from their top fashion labels are arriving daily. With a passion for NZ Made they include Chocolat, Obi, Code, Zardi, Ginger, tF, Cashews, Bobby’s, Bittermoon, Jacki Peters, David C, Visage and Optimum. Knitwear is again showing strongly including the finest and ever-so-soft merino, which is simply divine to wear – light yet warm. Colours this season range from the very safe “black” through to some lovely bright blues, orange and red tones. Ponchos, capes and wraps are very much on trend this season and so easy to wear. Mostly all made in soft merino, these are a must for your winter wardrobe.

Windmill Centre Riccarton Phone 348 6929

Sizes 14+ Proudly NZ Owned & 90% NZ Made

Open Hours: Mon-Fri 9am - 5.30pm Sat 10am - 4pm

Retail Manager Jan Clarke says Kaye, Kerry and Annemarie are not only passionate about the clothes they sell, but more importantly about giving their customers a shopping experience they enjoy so much they will be quick to return. Often clothes don’t have hanger appeal, so it is imperative that if the girls suggest you try something you be guided by them. For cutting-edge fashion, look no further than the Dresser at the Windmill Centre in Riccarton. Privately owned and proudly dressing the ladies of Canterbury for over 30 years, this truly is destination shopping at its very best.

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Win a one and a half hours of styling consultation valued at $120. Phone 027 201 3244 www.stylingbyjacquivictor.co.nz jvstyling@xtra.co.nz Find me on Facebook and Pinterest CODE: STyLiNg

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We are so familiar with the fashion icons of the past, such as Katharine Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe and Bridget Bardot. Their style and glamour instantly reminds us of a time where elegance and sensuality was key. We take a look back at their signature styles and what current celebrities will follow in their fashion footsteps.

Katharine Hepburn Known for her tomboy style, Katharine Hepburn made trousers a fashion statement for women. She was a natural beauty who didn’t fuss over her hair and makeup, keeping her look minimal. Hepburn’s classic look included simple, button-down blouses, sharply tailored blazers and polished loafers. She was full of attitude, confidence and sex appeal. Signature look Wide-legged pants, loafers, button-downs, sharp blazers. Modern MuSe Cate Blanchett. They are so similar that Blanchett even played Hepburn in the film Aviator. Both women have an air of confidence about them that shows though their style.

Katharine Hepburn - Getty Images Cate Blanchett at the 88th Annual Academy Awards -Shutterstock

Scarlett Johansson at the Opening Night of LA Shorts -Shutterstock

Marilyn Monroe The true Hollywood glamour star, with an ability to own a sexy, sultry and yet irresistibly vulnerable vibe. Monroe wore what are now considered some of the most iconic outfits of all time, including the billowing white halter-neck dress and her pink satin strapless dress with operalength gloves. Her clothes were fitted and tight to show off her beautiful curves, always a high heel, but surprising very minimal jewels. Signature look Skin-tight wiggle dresses, high-waisted jeans, capri pants, oversized sweaters, halter-neck dresses, high heels. Modern MuSe Scarlett Johansson. She is most definitely our modern-day Monroe, with her blonde hair, curvy figure and ability to make everything she wears look sexy.

Marilyn Monroe - Getty Images


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Elle MacPherson arriving for the Rodila Beautiful Awards -Shutterstock

Brigitte Bardot This French icon was known as a model, actress and muse to Andy Warhol. She was the woman who made the bikini famous, through her film Manina, la fille sans voiles (The Girl in the Bikini), 1952. She also started a trend of knitwear with a wide neck, which exposes both shoulders, later termed the ‘Bardot neckline’. She was also known for her flat shoes and is said to have asked designer Rose Repetto to make shoes as light as ballet shoes – this was the beginning of the ballerina flats. Signature look Bardot neckline sweaters, white scoop-neck T-shirts, cropped jeans, ballet flats, wide black headbands, bikinis, short shorts. Modern MuSe Elle MacPherson. Brigitte Bardot might have made the bikini famous, but Elle MacPherson showed us how it should look.

Brigitte Bardot - Getty Images Diana Ross - Getty Images

Diana Ross Diana Ross symbolises the 1970s, disco-era fashion. With her slinky, draped gowns, fur stoles, widebrimmed hats, angel sleeves and sequins galore. Ross always looked like the disco diva. Signature look Slinky dresses, fur accessories, a turban, long and loose dresses, fringed accessories.

Beyoncé - Getty Images

Modern MuSe Beyoncé. Today’s disco diva, Beyoncé has the bling, the hair and the attitude.

Jackie Kennedy - Getty Images

Jackie Kennedy Growing up between New York and an East Hampton estate, Jackie was well educated in fashion, poise and etiquette. On her arrival to the White House, Jackie hired Hollywood designer Oleg Cassini to create her wardrobe, she pulled pieces from Dior, Givenchy and Chanel. During her time as The First Lady, Jackie’s style was sensible heels, gloves and empire-waist gowns. Later in life, when she moved to New York, her style changed quite drastically, but still retained the polished glamour. Signature look Sleeveless A-line dresses, low heels, cleanly tailored suits, oversized sunglasses, wide-leg jeans, pearls.

Kate Middleton - Getty Images

Modern MuSe Kate Middleton. The duchess exhibits an effortlessly polished look and diplomatic wardrobe.

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A swipe of dark lipstick and a low sleek ponytail is the big trend for this season. The look is about strength, elegance and sophistication. Follow our tips on how to achieve the look.

Hair

MAC Diva lipstick

The first step is deciding where to put your part. Centre or side-parted, each creates an elegant and polished look. Once you’ve decided on a part, smooth out your hair with straighteners.

Lips Line the lips prior to applying lipstick to prevent bleeding or feathering.

Add some shine serum. Be careful to focus the serum from the mid-lengths to the ends, as you don’t want greasy roots.

Fill in lips with your oxblood lip colour (we love MAC lipstick in Diva). Use a lip brush to clean up the area around the lips with a concealer.

Use a clear elastic or hairband that matches the colour of your hair. Carefully gather hair into a low ponytail. Place the pony at the nape of your neck and secure it with the elastic. Finish by spraying some hairspray onto the bristles of your brush to smooth out any remaining frizz. Kerastase Cristalliste Lumiere Liquide

Nars concealer

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Health and Wellness Coach Annabelle Matson gives us the means to lead a healthier life. Add, modify and delete – it’s as easy as ABC.

When it comes to eating habits and making improvements to our health in general, trying to change absolutely everything about our lifestyle overnight very rarely works. We often think: “If I can’t eat/do things perfectly, I shouldn’t bother at all.” As a recovering perfectionist, I totally get that. However, this clearly doesn’t support success. It just keeps us stuck right where we are, on the dieting rollercoaster, never seeing results for the long term. I always say to my clients, “over time not overnight”. We want to do things gradually, because that’s what results in permanent change. Why weight loss and many health programmes often don’t work is because we go from eating whatever we want, to restricting everything. So, instead of drastically restricting everything, use my three-step tool – add, modify and delete. Pick one thing you want to add Pick one thing you want to modify Pick one thing you want to delete

FOR ExAMPLE Add: A morning meditation to centre you for the day. Modify: Refined sugar intake. Alcohol is a huge source of sugar – so instead of drinking during the week, stick to a few just on the weekends. Delete: Eating after 8pm. Commit to the add, modify, delete plan for 30 days. Once that all becomes a habit – start a new add, modify, delete plan. When you do steps incrementally like that, it creates new habits. You won’t feel overwhelmed and it feels really manageable. Like magic, it all starts to become a lifestyle that you LOVE and that are you motivated to sustain.

To learn more about Annabelle’s work and grab your FREE copy of The Clean Eating Starter Kit visit: annabellematson.com

Let’s talk lips with Koru Clinic The features on a person’s face can change or determine how they are perceived, and we are all subconsciously affected by these cues. Every time we see a face, we make judgments on that person’s character and personality, and all this happens instantly and automatically in our brains.

“Your face is unique. Trust your injectable wrinkle treatments to an experienced Cosmetic Physician”

Years spent talking, chewing, pouting, smoking or smiling can lead to lines and wrinkles around the lips. Lip fullness can also be an indicator of aging, as time spent biting or pursing the lips can lead to deflated, thin lips over time. Lips are also especially vulnerable to environmental effects, as the skin on the lips is less than a third of the thickness of the skin on the rest of your face.

Medical Director Dr Heather Jefferies

Pain free laser skin rejuvenation Facial assessments Acne management Injectable wrinkle treatments Microdermabrasion Dermal fillers Dermapen dermal needling Prescription peels IPL Hair Removal Microdermabrasion IPL Mate® Skin Rejuvenation Mole skin cancer and mole checks Clearlift Laser treatments Leg vein treatment Medical grade specialised peels Pelleve skin tightening treatments

Many women really want to improve the appearance of their lips but are understandably very scared about looking like a duck, especially after the all too common publicised disasters affecting some unfortunate celebrities. These days we all recognise women are looking for a natural appearance rather than looking like a “Kardashian”. Dermal fillers for the lips are one of the most popular cosmetic medicine treatments available, and are a very quick and easy way to dramatically improve your look. They typically last between 12 – 14 months, and are hyaluronic acid based. Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of the skin, meaning the risk of adverse reactions to the procedure is very, very small. Recovery time is usually around 1 day.

“Your face is unique. Trust your most valuable asset to us.”

There are generally 3 types of requests for lip fillers at Koru Clinic, clients who want to: 1. Boost Lip Volume 2. Minimise smokers lines 3. Define the lip border & reduce lipstick bleed Younger patients tend to go for larger lip volumes, whilst more mature women

want a more natural lip augmentation. At Koru Clinic we only recommend using hyaluronic acid based fillers with high safety profiles, and after assessing each persons lips will decide on the most appropriate filler for the augmentation. Dr Jefferies is a cosmetic Physician working at Koru Clinic. Call 372 3589 for an appointment to chat about a lip augmentation.

Colombo St,St, Cashmere 31 31 Colombo Cashmere

Phone 372 3589 Phone www.koruskin.co.nz 372 3589

www.koruskin.co.nz


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With the colder weather approaching, it’s time to retreat to our favourite warm haven. The Colombo – with its fusion of fashion, interiors, beauty, food and entertainment – is the perfect winter sanctuary. We speak with managing director Caroline Cooper Dixon to find out what’s happening this season at The Colombo.

Innovative concept and flagship stores As well as a mixture of both international and New Zealand influences, The Colombo offers a diverse range of choices from Andrea Moore to some of our nation’s leading Dunedin and Wellington young designer brands in the Collective. There is a style and store to suit everyone’s needs. This season colour trends – burgundy and navy – have been making big news on the international catwalks across the globe this spring and summer. So, with New Zealand being in the forefront of the coming season’s fashions we naturally see them adapted into our autumn and winter closets.

Create your own winter sanctuary Depending on your style and budget there is an incredible range when combining Repertoire and Redcurrent. Repertoire has an exquisite collections of homewares, while Redcurrent boasts unique giftwares and a delicate but beautiful range of soft furnishings. Nordic Chill and Abode fill our homes with their sleek Scandinavian styles. If contemporary is more to your liking, try Industria or the Collective. Looking for something unique? Bolt Of Cloth offers over 800 contemporary fabrics and, for the DIY person in the household, check out the expansive Spotlight store.

Take Ten or Take an Hour The Colombo’s individual beauty stores offer some great packages, depending on how much time you have. Pop in for a manicure or shape and polish at the nail bar or you can also indulge in the beautiful hot stone massage from Embrayce Skin and Beauty. The girls’ knowledge when it comes to beauty is extensive, so if there’s ever an availability then you must indulge!

For The Love Of Food George Bernard Shaw said, “There is no sincerer love than the love of food.” Warm your belly and your heart this winter with treats from The Colombo food emporium. J’aime Les Macarons have a new winter menu and for cold days don’t forget the hot steamed dumplings at Potsticker Dumpling Bar. Pure Pulp is now Gre3n Juice Bar, and offers an inticing paleo, gluten-free and dairy-free menu. Our favourite ingredients are super greens, cayenne pepper, flaxseed, chia seeds and Coyo yoghurt, along plenty of antioxidant-rich foods.

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Exclusive VIP Events Membership. This year, The Colombo will be hosting a number of exclusive events throughout the year. From Seasonal dinners for you and your friends to Sneak peak fashion shows and meet the designer nights. Spend $650 or more at the stores this year and receive an exclusive VIP Events membership into our events club for 2016. This will give you updates prior to their releases on all of The Colombo events along with receiving your very own exclusive packages from the stores when attending these events. It’s time to get serious and have some fun this year. Become a member by purchasing from any designer in store. Visit them at 363 Colombo Street and attend the A/W Food, Fashion & Design Event, on April 28. Purchase your ticket via the Andrea Moore store and you’ll receive as your first gift a free Andrea Moore scarf.


Autumn Style at Barrington Suiting PU Trim Blazer $79.99 Ponte V Neck Bodycon Dress $59.99

Pagani

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Fayreform Olive Lace Bra & Brief Bra $64.95 Brief $32.95 Available in Ensign Blue/Pink Champagne. Sized 12-18 C–E.

Lingerie on Barrington

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Waterfall Jacket $59.99 Palm Tee $44.99 Aggie Pant $54.99

SHanton

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Merino top $25 Boyfriend Jean $29

PoStie +

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Foil Poncho $119.90 Sizes S/M L/XL Available Peacock, Black & Mustard

SaSSYS

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Gino Ventori - Eagle $349.90 Available Cognac & Black

Cotton Stretch Cord Pants $99.90 Available Charcoal & Sand

andrea Biani

Merino Bamboo Pintuck Tunic $129.90 Available Merlot, Peacock & Black

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WiLd SoUtH

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Moda BeLLa

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