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1 CHRISTCHURCH AND CANTERBURY’S PREMIER LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE Style is something unique to each of us. Celebrating the diversity life offers within Christchurch – a city of constant reinvention, opportunity and vibrancy. Style explores the fabric of our homes, our community and our spirit, both individually and collectively.
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INSIDE WORD Indulge. Spend. Find. Experience. Christmas. Shop. SAVE THE DATE INTERVIEW Five Minutes With Sol3 Mio REPORT Prima Ballerina Irina Kolesnikova HOUSE FEATURE Award-winning Home In Fendalton LUXE LIVING LANDSCAPING LIVING Creating Your Perfect Outdoor Christmas Experience MOOD BOARD REBUILD Cashel Mall TRAVEL Resort Life The Chinese Way MOTORING Kia Optima ARTS FASHION NEWS FASHION EDITORIAL Lazy Summer Days FASHION TRENDS JUNIOR Top Stocking Fillers BEAUTY All Every Woman Wants For Christmas WELLBEING How To Stress Less SEE BE SEEN ETIQUETTE Christmas Day Best Behaviour WIN
47 COVER The St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre returns to Christchurch for a special performance of Swan Lake.
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The whirlwind of the holiday season has begun. There is a sense of high energy in the air as we all strive to complete everything we wanted to achieve this year, be it a house renovation/build, a new healthy-eating pattern, or spending more quality time with loved ones. At Style, we take this part of the year in our stride and offer you, as always, a moment’s escape from your busy lives. Feast your eyes on the latest trends, beautiful homewares and, of course, ideas for that perfect gift. You will be spellbound with our report on Irina Kolesnikova, prima ballerina of the worldfamous St. Petersburg Ballet Company. Irina shares with us what is involved in dancing for the prestigious company and how she can go through up to 30 pairs of pointe shoes during a six-week tour. We also catch up with Sio3 Mio, the talented family threesome, who will be performing at Waipara’s Christmas In The Vines on December 17th. With the Architectural Design Awards wrapping up for the year we are lucky enough to get a sneak peek inside an award-winning home in Bradnor Road. With its clean lines and clever use of space, it’s easy to see how this impressive home was a top winner. Stuck for Christmas Day ideas? Follow our guide to create the perfect outdoor celebration. We have a beauty gift guide for all ages and a selection of fabulous stocking fillers for little ones, too. Our fashion edit takes you to New Brighton beach for a lazy summer’s day, where we keep styles simplistic and relaxed for optimal summer ease. Bring in the New Year with our finishing-touches edit focused on the hot new season trend of all things that sparkle. Merry Christmas! Enjoy our festive issue! Victoria Tait edITOr
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find. On Pointe Barre & Wellness Studio has just opened in Carlton Mill (21 Bealey Avenue). The studio teaches Bootybarre® a workout that fuses techniques from dance, pilates, and yoga, that will tone, define and chisel the whole body. We are signing up now! Love fresh flowers? We love Flower Addict (floweraddict.co.nz). Based in Christchurch, it offers a subscription service whereby a stunning selection of market-fresh blooms can be delivered weekly, fortnightly or monthly. The arrangements are simple, stylish and relaxed, as though freshly picked from the garden. With a mission to ensure as many of its products are organic or ethically sourced, The Lincoln Pantry (5 Robert Street, Lincoln) offers a wide range of fine foods – including an extensive cheese collection. If you’ve never heard of organic coffee, or white truffle infused oil, head in for a taste and get expert advice on how to use it. We’re loving the Turmeric Latte.
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How do you describe your music? our music is definitely an eclectic mix of classical and contemporary music. of course, our primary discipline is opera/classical, so we try to mix old-school favourites in a way that respects both genres. our music is filled with our own personalities – you can hear the humour, you can hear the drama, you can hear the ‘sol3 mio-ness’ if you will... that’s what i think makes our music, ours. our music is nostalgic sentiment in a song, but also emotionally driven and powerfully stirring. – Pene Opera tends to be quite serious, yet Sol3 Mio is known for taking a more relaxed approach. Do you think this has made opera more accessible to a wider audience? Absolutely. this is the key to appealing to a ‘newer’ audience. People believe in a stereotype about opera being stand-offish, upper-class and for the chosen few, and that’s what stops them from having a taste. But classical music is in everyday life, through tV, movies and jingles – people just don’t know that. By taking opera and making people realise this, we instantly have access to this wider audience. opera has been going through the ages. why? Because it’s a movie in song format. we lose this appeal in today’s music. A relaxed approach on opera reassures the audience that this music can be for everyone. we invite everyone to our world and make them realise that this has been a part of their life too, they just didn’t know it. – Pene
“Our music is filled with our own personalities – you can hear the humour, you can hear the drama, you can hear the ‘Sol3 Mio-ness’ if you will...” – Pene Pati
What has been your career highlight? A career highlight has to be becoming an Adler Fellow with san Francisco opera – very privileged to be a part of such a prestigious programme and an amazing company. with sol3 mio, performing at Vector Arena, as it was always a goal that we wanted to achieve. it’s a blessing to be able to achieve what you set out to do, and it’s definitely a milestone that we will never forget. – Amitai What is your favourite Christmas carol, and why? my favourite carol will have to be Shepherd’s Pipe Carol. i sang this as a chorister with the Graduate Choir NZ, and it’s always been a carol i’ve enjoyed performing and listening to. listening to it also brings back some good memories of me and my brother trying to learn to read music and sing in time for the first time. Carol singing had a huge impact on our development as musicians. – Amitai Who is the biggest comedian of the group? i don’t classify myself as a comedian at all, and if i do crack a joke it’ll usually be for my own amusement, in which i will laugh over and over again! You’ll have to have the Pati boys fight for that title. – Moses Who inspires you? i always say that if you don’t want to do something because you’re nervous, scared, unconfident... then do it for someone who can’t. – Moses
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Dancing Queen The world-renowned St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre is performing Swan Lake in Christchurch late December. Christine de Felice speaks to principal dancer Irina Kolesnikova, about her life as a professional ballerina.
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The St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre (SPBT) was founded by Russian entrepreneur Konstantin Tachkin in 1994 and is recognised as one of the world’s leading classical ballet companies. The company specialises in performing the masterpieces of classical ballet loved by audiences across the globe. Giselle by Adolphe Adam; Don Quixote, La Bayadère and Paquita by Ludwig Minkus; Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, The St. Petersburg Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty by Peter Tchaikovsky; and Les Sylphides (Chopiniana) and Romeo and Juliet by Sergei Prokofiev – all these and more are included in their extensive repertoire. Since the company was founded it has toured extensively, visiting numerous cities across Europe, the United States, South Africa, Asia and Australia. These hard-working dancers present some 200-250 performances every year, and SPBT is
the only classical ballet company in the world that is completely independent of government financial aid or sponsor funding. The company performs in many of the world’s most famous theatres, such as the London Coliseum and Royal Albert Hall, the Théâtre des Champs Elysées in Paris, the Bunkamura Hall in Tokyo, the National Theatre in Taipei, and the National Theatre in Beijing. The 60 professional dancers in the company are all graduates of either the world-famous Vaganova Russian Ballet Academy or other significant ballet schools, while well-known former dancers are their ballet masters and mistresses. The jewel in the company’s crown is Irina Kolesnikova – her name alone means sold-out performances throughout the world, with ballet lovers and demanding dance critics alike enthralled by her talent.
“I danced for five years before reaching principal status, dancing every day, practising every day.”
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To become a prima ballerina requires many years of tuition and practice. What age were you when you started ballet, and where did you start learning? I entered ballet school at the Vaganova Institute when I was eight years old and graduated at 18, so 10 years of study – and not just ballet, we also had regular schoolwork to do: maths, history, etc. To become a leading dancer takes even longer. I danced for five years before reaching principal status, dancing every day, practising every day. Was the St Petersburg Ballet Theatre the first company you joined? Yes, I joined SPBT [in 1998] as I liked the idea of a company that specialised in full-length classical works. Have you been a member of any other ballet companies, or been a guest dancer at any other companies? I have danced in gala programmes in St. Petersburg, Moscow and London, but mainly I stay with my own company. What would a typical day be like for you? A typical day is: Sleep in for as long as I can. Then a class at the ballet studio for an hour and a half. Rehearsals to follow, then my big meal of the day – fish, salad, soup. I also nibble on nuts and seeds for energy. I don’t eat meat, don’t have desserts and I don’t drink. Is there anything you have to sacrifice for your ballet career? See the previous answer! What is your favourite ballet and role, and why? Swan Lake has to be it. It’s a challenging dual role: Odette – the soft, vulnerable Swan Queen, and then Odile – the cunning, flamboyant seductress. Two very different roles. They are both physically and emotionally demanding. Do you get nervous before a performance and if so, what do you do to calm your nerves? Yes, but in a good, positive way. Maybe I’d say more excited than nervous. I’m confident in my physical abilities; it’s the emotional side that brings the challenge as I stand in the wings waiting for my first entrance. It’s understood ballet shoes get worn out very quickly, so how many pairs do you go through in a month and how many pairs do you take on tour? It depends on the floor surface. A good stage lino prolongs the life
of a pair of pointe shoes. I use several pairs during a performance. Sometimes I prefer a pair that has been worn in; they can be softer on the toes! Sometimes I use a brand-new pair as they can give me a special feeling. Over the tour of six weeks, I’ll go through maybe 30 pairs. You tour extensively with the St. Petersburg Ballet Theatre. Do you enjoy visiting and performing in different countries? Oh yes, it’s wonderful to dance to new audiences. Every country has a new way of reacting. Sometimes you hear no applause but can feel the emotion across the footlights. Other times it’s wild cheering and lots of curtain calls. Is this your first visit to New Zealand? No, I was here as a soloist about 15 years ago. Do you get the chance to go sightseeing in other countries, and if so what are some of your favourite places? I love London – who wouldn’t? We were there last year and had a wonderful season at the Coliseum Theatre. I danced nine performances in 12 days, so there was not much time for sightseeing. But I do love the history of the city, and Harrods! While in New Zealand, I hope I can visit the countryside on my days off – breathe the fresh air and enjoy the famous fresh food.
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An initial challenge posed by this project was that it was an insurance-related build. Cymon says,“There were the usual challenges of creating good architecture in an environment where a home was lost. This created obstacles in terms of size, location, scale and budget.” He adds that they wanted to make sure the house is as “visually honest as possible” and do so in a cost-effective way. The contemporary home sits on a tree-lined cul-de-sac adjacent to the Wairarapa Stream and its defining feature is the extensive structural timber skin distinguished from the road as one drives up to the house. “Timber became a narrative that was used throughout the design and construction – it has no structural steel... Architecturally, it’s about presenting itself to the road in a simple way that was recognised to be a home,” Cymon says. Volume has been created with high-level windows, and the sloping roof addresses the sun and river. mapped out on one level, the simple interior is split into three main sections and follows a practical L-shaped floor plan aligned to connect the primary living spaces to the northerly river view and existing garden to the east. The kitchen and the bathroom (which was a joint effort between Cymon Allfrey Architects and Christchurch designer davinia sutton) wrap along the eastern edge of the house and address a courtyard accommodating two bedrooms and en suite. The study, second bathroom, master suite and garage face the road along the south boundary.
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The project was a “considered design process where creativity was deliberate” and exercised the architects’ creativity and skill, as well as the ability to work together, shared through a process of respect, encouragement and support. Built by Homes by maxim, Cymon describes the design as a “restorative process” and the design and build teams were engaged in the project and overcame obstacles together – the resulting views as you navigate through the house are a particular victory. Judges called the design an elegant project. “set between river and road, the building and landscape intentions are held in a sensitive balance.” The ‘Bradnor road’ home was one of two projects for which Cymon Allfrey Architects received an award. The other winning project, ‘Gleneagles Terrace’ by Craig south, is the creative and graceful design of two family homes and won the 2016 National residential multi-Unit dwelling Architectural design Award.
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Love Your Lawn Landscape architect Craig Wilson looks at the options and benefits of artificial lawns.
Landscaping projects can generally be broken down into two distinct components: the ‘hardscape’ and the ‘softscape’. A key element of the ‘softscape’ in Canterbury residential gardens is the humble lawn. Our childhood memories of backyard cricket, making daisy chains and backyard summer picnics were all made possible by the green slab of lawn that Dad mowed every Saturday afternoon. For the landscape designer, a lawn is a valuable tool in creating a restful open space with strong contrast to the texture, layering and form of garden beds and the hard precise lines of built landscape elements. In summer, an expanse of a lawn is a welcome cooling element in sharp contrast with the reflection and glare of hard surfaces. The ideal lawn has been often viewed
as a weed-free ‘monocultural’ wonder and is often the pride of its watchful owner. However, the effort to create this impression is not for the faint-hearted and requires a strict year-round schedule of irrigation, fertilisation, spraying, de-thatching and mowing. If you want the look but don’t want the work, a viable alternative to a traditional ‘browntop and fescue’ lawn is one of the many artificial turf products available. The term ‘artificial’ never sounds good and is enough to put many off. However, it is increasingly becoming the lawn of choice – even here in ‘lawn proud’ Canterbury. The benefits of artificial turf are obvious, but worth the time to mention. Firstly, you don’t need to mow it much… and secondly, it looks as good all year as the day it went down. For the homeowner
who travels and wants to come home to pristine lush green without the thought of mowing ankle-length lawn, it can be a no-brainer. It can also be a great solution to that problematic shady area where you’ve tried and tried unsuccessfully to get a lawn to establish and ended up with mud time and time again. Perhaps most importantly, as our water supply and consumption continues to gain deservedly heightened awareness, artificial turf requires no irrigation and will be a lovely, soft green even in the harshest drought. Artificial turf will never be everyone’s cup of tea, and it’s hard to beat the feeling of a healthy dense green swathe of grass between your toes on a summer’s day. But be aware of ‘lawn envy’ this summer – your neighbours’ lawn may not be all you imagined it to be.
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GARDENING TRENDS Quality landscape architecture weathers the nature of evolving fashions and tastes- however it is interesting to examine trends which emerge from year to year. Some of the trends seen in landscaping this year internationally: • • • • • • •
Sustainable garden landscaping practices clever recycling of grey and rain water The use of native and drought resistant plants Low maintenance landscaping Plant walls and roof tops gardens Firepits and fireplaces Edible gardens Movable gardens
Ground covers such as pachysandra and aceana are an attractive and functional way of covering up unsightly dirt which would otherwise host weeds, whilst creating an interesting texture. Once established, ground cover plantings are easily maintained. Space shortage
We have observed many of these trends in our projects locally, we have also seen additional trends emerging, specific to our locality. Colour 2016 has seen a revived interest in the use of colour through the use of flowers (bulbs and perennials) and contrasting coloured leafy plantings. The impact of changing colour adds variety and a sense of your garden being a living, ever changing entity. Hedging Some gardeners approach hedges warily, due to the perception of hedging requiring time consuming maintenance and being ‘traditional’. However, the maintenance required is determined by the variety of hedging chosen. A variety such as teucrium will require trimming almost as soon as you have hung up your hedge clippers, but slow growing varieties such as buxus will only require a couple of trims a year. Hedging need not be boring-you can have flowering, scented, soft or spiky hedges and is a great way to add structure. Using trees for shelter (from both the sun and our pesky prevailing Easterly) will provide a protected cosy environment. Evergreen Perenials Plugging gaps in your beds with evergreen perennials will provide a show for most of the year, keeping your garden visually interesting. New forms of Salvia, such as ‘love & wishes’, flowers for up to 9 months of the year!
There is a move towards smaller sections and larger dwellings in urban areas, reducing the available space for outdoor living. These space limitations are encouraging gardeners to look to new ways to efficiently maximise the outdoor space they have. Gardening upwards (through the use of garden walls) and movable planted pots are some options. Cleverly combining varieties of plants along borders (rather than using the same variety) will create the illusion of more space whilst generating a lush outlook. Multiple purpose gardens We are seeing a trend towards gardens which are more than ornamental. Picking gardens are back in vogue. To maintain these year-round requires careful plant selection- a mixture of seasonal varieties (bulbs for spring and perennials for summer) to ensure that picked will soon be replaced. We New Zealanders have always had a love of our edible gardens- we have noted an increased demand for citrus trees such as kumquat and limequat which are hardier in our sometimes punishing climate. Vegetables and herbs are being incorporated in to the traditional bed alongside non edible plants. Planting bee and bug attractors is crucial to developing a biodiverse garden which supports itself. Water wise We are seeing gardeners becoming focused on rising temperatures and water preservation in their planting selections. Mulching provides a simple and effective way of retaining moisture and limiting weed growth. Some are opting out of lawns in favour of artificial turf or no mow plant options, reducing maintenance and limiting onerous irrigation required to keep a lawn green through summer. Speak to Goom Landscapes today to find out which trends will lend themselves to creating your perfect outdoor LifespaceTM .
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CHRISTMAS IDEAS WORDS DAvInA RICHARDS
Whether you intend to have your Christmas feast and festivities by the beach, at your holiday home or in the back garden, here are a few ideas to pull off a memorable experience as warmer weather invites us into the outdoors.
CREATIvE ACCEnTS Large outdoor spaces mean you can create an elaborate Christmas setting or a warm and cosy backyard. A decorative chandelier wreath hung from a tree branch over the dining table works well as a centrepiece, and smaller branches can be decorated with hanging flowers, baubles, paper lanterns or voile curtains for a soft and luxurious look. For something different, style a vintage fireplace surround and place it thoughtfully against an exterior wall; add a large flower display on top coupled with towering candle holders and various Christmas ornaments and decorations, such as pine cones and antlers to finish it off. Display balloons and float a herd of candles in the pool to create ambience and reflection.
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Go BoHEMIAn Christmas teepees are a creative alternative to gazebos and marquees. Think Christmas-themed cushions and throws, string lights, sheepskin rugs and a display of Christmas gifts. To complete the look, hang Christmas stockings on either side of the teepee entrance, illuminated Christmas words, a teepee-topper and a Christmas tree. Teepees will make your back garden feel like a world away, as well as creating a unique dinner ensemble and quirky backdrop for fun Christmas photos. CoSy nook A wooden bench or corner seat can be turned into an inviting and mesmerising nook on your patio, porch, balcony or entranceway. Hang a Christmas wreath from the porch ceiling and throw in some festive cushions, pillows and throws, lighting, Christmas decorations and a table for food and drink, and you have yourself one cosy corner to relax in and enjoy. STARRy nIGHT Enhance your natural surroundings using garland lights, lanterns and candles. Wrap string lights around tree trunks and branches or hang loosely under the tree so that it drapes slightly for an enchanting feel. A room divider with vertical string lighting creates a magical backdrop behind sofas and chairs, while a string light tent creates impact. Illuminated letters which spell out words, such as 'Joy' or 'Ho ho ho' can be used to decorate walls or hang between poles or from a tree branch.
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CInEMATIC ExpERIEnCE Organise your very own ticketed event – play all of your favourite Christmas films outside by installing an outdoor cinema, or if you’re feeling nostalgic, use a projector and blank wall or large blackout fabric. Decorate your designated cinema space with soft furnishings, tables, lighting, Christmas ornaments and food and drink. EClECTIC fEEl For a low-key, lounge-look Christmas dinner party, opt for low tables with mismatched blankets, rugs and oversized floor cushions. This creates a fun and casual dinner setting which can be recreated in any environment. TABlESCApE Bring the Christmas dining experience together with little details at the table: include personalised décor such as blackboard signs with Christmas messages and pine cones as name card holders. Fill the air with a Christmas-scented candle, hang mistletoe, use twine to wrap cinnamon sticks and greenery to napkins, add a couple of miniature Christmas trees and deluxe Christmas crackers, and all that’s left to do is enjoy.
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Recently I took the opportunity to go through an open home of a neighbouring property; in fact, from that property you can look directly into ours. The home in question was stunning, both spacious and beautifully presented. The consultants hosting the open home were absolute professionals and although the words ‘nosy’ and ‘neighbour’ never came up, in less polished hands, they may have. And that’s the little bee in my bonnet, so to speak. Real estate consultants and owners will often categorise neighbours viewing their homes as ‘sticky-beaks’, or worse, and it’s something I frequently challenge. Yes, for some folk it will absolutely be an exercise they go through for purposes other than making a purchase, but for others – and I’ve been in this camp many times – it can mean a potential sale. It makes sense
that neighbours buy next-door properties; they buy for themselves, for family members and on behalf of friends keen to get into a specific area or school zone. They believe in the location and its merits, and can at times pay a premium for the privilege. So, all is not lost if you see lists of locals on your open home attendance sheets. Accept it as just another part of the selling process. Breathe deeply and move on. Here’s another ‘B’ or two: BE Persistent and BE Sensible. In a transitional market, and that’s what I believe our current market is, as demonstrated by the incredible number of properties that are currently available (others refer to it as stock, a word I hate), versus a selective number of purchasers, many of whom won’t be rushed. Choice brings its own set of challenges, especially for owners. It’s time to be sensible with price expectations if you sit outside the market’s ‘sweet spot’, which can adjust almost weekly, or if your suburb is over-supplied, and there are several
pockets where this is the case. So whilst I’m advocating an optimistic yet realistic stance for owners, my message to sales consultants is one of persistence. Showing persistence is such a gutsy stance and all of us like to feel that the person working for us has done absolutely everything they possibly can to bring about the desired result. These actions should include a written marketing plan across multiple media, a structured open day schedule, data base contact, auction or private treaty, and then successful negotiation. The list is extensive and the work ethic needed is strong. And let’s not forget that professional approach when dealing with neighbours; after all, you never know, they just might purchase.
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JOINING THe DOTS in Cashel Mall Richard Dalman looks at the progress of this favoured shopping strip. PHOTOGrAPHY Charlie JaCkson
In November, the first retail stores – Mecca Maxima, Superette, Glassons and Hallensteins – opened in the ANZ Centre. Cashel Street was abuzz with people waiting for the doors to open and opening-day specials to be enjoyed. This once quiet side of Colombo Street now gives city-goers reasons to venture further down Cashel Mall. The ANZ Centre is located in a critical and unique part of the CBD. It fronts four key streets – Cashel, High, Colombo, and Hereford – and is positioned on one of the two diagonals that interrupt the Christchurch grid street pattern. This interruption creates the potential for interesting buildings and spaces. The ANZ Centre achieves this with its curvaceous glass façade and the soon-to-open glass atrium on the High Street side. Hopefully, it will also relate positively to the triangular space immediately to the north.
Cashel Mall is a destination shopping strip, in which Ballantynes has held the fort since the earthquakes. Ballantynes is the anchor I believe Christchurch should be grateful decided to stay. Our city owes much to the business’ ongoing determination and loyalty. The innovative Re:STArT Mall has been another very successful mainstay that continues to delight tourists and locals alike. With the CBD spaces starting to fill there is a “joining of the dots” occurring. Ballantynes and the ANZ Centre will soon be joined by BNZ, The Terraces and The Crossing developments. The stage is set for increased retail activity in between, and soon there will be more buildings than gaps in this area. A feeling of integration, wholeness and style is achieved as more building developments progress. Not only is retail starting to return to the CBD, but so, too, are the commercial tenancies bringing
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40 Style | travel
Yalong Bay, where the MGM Grand is located, has been rated among the top 25 beaches of 2016 (Trip Advisor Travellers’ Choice Awards).
THE SECrET SANdS of Sanya Kate Preece explores the Chinese island on which sun, sand, surf and steamboats are the orders of the day. PHoToS Kate PreeCe A three-course meal, a few movies, a glass or two of red, and a small travel group touched down in Guangzhou, China, 12 hours after leaving Christchurch. The flight was care of China Southern Airlines, the service was enjoyable, and the seat lay flat – if you were lucky enough to find yourself in business class. We weren't staying in China’s third largest city, however, bound instead for the whitesand beaches of Sanya, on Hainan Island, a quick 90-minute flight away. For the in-flight snack, leave your European preferences at home. Expect a Chinese hamburger (sticky rice of white and purple wrapped around some form of meat) and a juice box of sweet herbal tea. If you can’t deal with this deviation in cuisine, best turn back now. Flying into Hainan Island, the references to the ‘Hawaii of China’ are believable. Mountainous green-covered hills give way to deep valleys, with ribbon-like river that glisten from above. The popular city of Sanya unfurls before us. It is a destination for a luxurious retreat, and we were to stay at what was China’s first resort. We arrived at the MGM Grand –
previously Gloria Resort – and were greeted with lei-like flowers and a glass of the best coconut milk I have ever tasted. We were quick to immerse ourselves in resort life: swimming, sunbathing and ordering from the bar in bikinis. (Note: the Chinese are not as accustomed to the Kiwi holidaymakers’ penchant for a 5pm drink, and might need guidance to make cocktails and G&Ts.) After tourism, agriculture is the second biggest industry on Hainan Island and produce year-round fruit for the mainland. Crops include pineapple, bananas and mango (in two varieties, one of which is from seed imported from Australia), which flourish in the average temperature of 25°C. The bird’s eye view from the plane highlighted this clearly with lines of cultivated fields creating patterns on the hills. Today’s food in Sanya is worthy of a long lunch. Juice can come straight from a gigantic green coconut, extracted from corn (served hot) or squeezed fresh from a cactus (bright purple). Meat is served whole – fish in particular, but it is not uncommon for a chicken’s head to sit on a plate either. The dumplings couldn’t be better, and neither could the fried rice, and this is a country in
which you will line up to eat your oh-so-flavoursome greens. Spice fiends will also be satisfied, with the hot stuff part of the everyday menu (watch out for the yellow chilli sauce!). To experience something off the beaten track, seek out a fishing village. We arrived at one not long before sunset and joined a raft of boats making their way inland after a day’s fishing – and more so heading back out, fully equipped with rows of squid lights hanging high above the cabins. Workers who don’t own their own restaurant take their hauls directly to the fish markets, but the rest are waiting for patrons to choose their fish du jour. For us, it was swallow fish, a beautifully soft white fish that melted in the mouth after being boiled in stock on a burner atop our table. This form of ‘steamboat’ or ‘hot pot’ is classic Chinese fare, and the go-to option if you are to experience any Chinese barbecue. With four days in Sanya, we experienced little more than a taste for this tropical oasis. A short trip through one of the shopping areas brought us head-to-head with the locals, yet for those wishing for a resort-style retreat, choose from 43 international brands and there’s no doubt you will find solace.
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1. drink like a Chinese pilot and opt for a half-and-half mix of orange and tomato juice, with a splash of hot sauce. Not only is it supposed to be good for the skin, but it adds an extra boost of vitamin C, ahead of any regular old juice. 3. To prevent jetlag, resist the urge to put your sunglasses on until 48 hours after a long-haul flight. Don’t stop natural light reaching your retinas – it will mess with your head. 4. Watch for surcharges. VAT might be 10%, but then there’s the 6% extra for the pool boy to deliver your drink. 5. Tea is king in China. Therefore, there will be some areas (such as Sanya) in which you will struggle to find a decent coffee – your best bet will be McDonald’s. If in doubt, hold off on the milk, too. It’s often UHT. 6. don’t take your power banks in your carry-on. You are likely to lose these ‘unsuitable items’ at the security check in Guangzhou. 7. dreamliner is more than just a catchy name. The China Southern Airlines flight, direct from Christchurch to Guangzhou, uses this type of plane (also known as a Boeing 787) and its fancy air-filtration system makes the in-flight conditions friendlier on your skin.
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Optimal Optima Korea’s Kia Optima battles away in the shrinking sedan market, as motoring expert Ross Kiddie writes.
Elegance, style and performance don’t always go hand-in-hand in motor vehicle manufacture. But Korea’s Kia Corporation has certainly done that with the new midto-large sedan, the Optima. Well, when i say new, the Optima is mostly all new, it has a new chassis and it is bigger than before, but it looks little different, it still has the same sleek body style, and the latest iteration builds on those values i’ve just mentioned. The Optima reeks of flair and fashion, it sits low and it has a body style that oozes desire, that element is also carried over to the interior, the entire car has had a refresh with a renewed emphasis on quality trim and materials. there is little difference in price either, in fact it could well be cheaper than the outgoing model depending on specification. Limited specification comes in at
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the specs price: Kia Optima Ltd, $48,990 DimensiOns: Length, 4855mm; width, 1860mm; height, 1465mm cOnfiguratiOn: Four-cylinder, front-wheel-drive, 2359cc, 138kW, 241Nm, six-speed automatic. perfOrmance: 0-100km/h, 8.8sec fuel usage: 8.3l/100km
Rated at 138kW and 241Nm, the twin-camshaft, 16-valve unit has plenty of urge. it drives through the low and close ratios of a six-speed automatic gearbox, together the driveline promotes swift acceleration and easy momentum when it reaches the driver’s desired speed. it’s hard to detect how hard the engine is working, for a big block fourcylinder it is uncannily subdued, and even under acceleration sound is well isolated from the cabin. Unfortunately, my testing time was cut a little short, an engine maintenance warning light flicked up on the dash during the time the test car was in my care, so i was very circumspect as to how i drove the car, and how far. that aside, the engine has a lot of usable torque through the mid range, which means it is happy slugging it out in the areas where fuel use is minimised. Kia claims an 8.3-litre per 100km (34mpg) combined cycle average for the Optima and that figure is quite realistic, during my time with the test car the fuel usage readout was constantly listing around 9l/100km (31mpg) along with a 6l/100km (47mpg) figure available
instantaneously at 100km/h (engine speed 1700rpm). the Optima cruises beautifully, it has a plush ride and sound is deadened. Kia has utilised a fully independent, front stunt/rear multiple link set-up. i like these arrangements, the rear wheels have freedom, and springs and shocks are allowed to do their job unimpeded. mid-corner bumps are dealt to without deviation off-line, while at the other end steerage is direct and turn-in is accurate. Riding on high-quality michelin pilot rubber (235/45 x 18in), the sport specification tyres have strong grip properties along with little sound. they are also partly responsible for the strong steering feel, the driver is fully involved with the handling process. Creating a new car and building on the success of its predecessor is a complicated and difficult process, but Kia has always done that well, and the Optima is a good example of how sophisticated the modern sedan has come to be. it’s just a pity the sedan market in languishing in an age where a buyer’s first choice is generally a sport utility vehicle. Good cars like the Optima deserve to do better.
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THE ART OF A GARDEN
Can gardening be defined as art? Anne Hudson explores this concept and takes us on a tour of Flaxmere, Penny Zino’s garden in North Canterbury. Penny Zino had a vision. She wanted to create something of beauty that complimented the surrounding landscape, blending in with the form of the North Canterbury hills, river and terraces. There is no doubt Flaxmere is a work of art, but this artist had to truly understand how it would form over time. How will the plants grow? What will they look like in different seasons, and in their juvenile and mature states? What will the weather do to them? Is there enough water or shelter for them to grow? The painter can dab his or her colour onto the canvas and there it is, they do not have to wait and see how it might develop over time. The garden artist must see into the future and take risks with the elements. This is art in the environment. Flaxmere is a mature garden with a Japanese bridge crossing over ponds covered in lily pads. One wonders, was she inspired by Monet’s paintings? In another part of the garden, a swampy area has been planted with New Zealand beech trees and other native plants, reminiscent of a mountain walk. The variety of beech trees is
testament to Penny’s botanical knowledge. Each visit provides some new design. A playful swirl of tussock grass draws the eye down from a formal lawn into the native area, and pathways gently lead you to new vistas. Floral beds and neat edges give way to paths and loose planting. A rose garden and pool offer a formal layout, and from here the eye pans to a theatrical view of the mountains framed by poplars and a lovely wooden gate, beyond which a mown path leads into the field and almost to infinity. It is these vistas that have earned Penny her artist status and her work recognition as a Garden of National Significance by the New Zealand Gardens Trust. A recent visit to the Netherlands to study with the renowned landscape architect Piet Oudolf has been the inspiration for a new area of mixed grasses and annuals. They grow to a height of about 1m, offering an expanse of varied colour and texture. Penny continues to try out new ideas and new plants in this North Canterbury environment. Penny has designed and constructed much
of this garden herself. Its structure and layout, the perfectly created vistas and wandering water features, plus the stonework and planting, point to the work of an artist – but can we describe the garden as a work of art? A garden is a strong metaphor of change and flux. Each time one enters the garden it is different, dictated by those elements that affect all life forms. This garden is no exception, and provides a constant reminder to us that life has a cycle; that renewal and death are part of all life cycles. We learn to understand our place in the natural world by taking a walk in this beautiful landscape. The sublime, the romantic, the benign and the poisonous all co-exist within this work of art – one which works conceptually as well as formally. Flaxmere is open by appointment to the public and is available for garden tours, weddings and events. Each year, at the end of October, Art in a Garden is held at Flaxmere, showcasing not only the beautiful garden but also sculpture, painting, ceramics, glass, and jewellery, providing us with an opportunity to immerse ourselves in aesthetic pleasure.
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fashion news Men’s designeR bag edit For Spring 2017, Louis Vuitton has taken men’s bags on a storybook safari. For most large brands, men’s bags are something of an afterthought. If a satchel or tote design works well in the women’s line, it gets simplified, enlarged and made more neutral in order to appeal to men. Louis Vuitton puts more thought and detail into its men’s bags than most other premier designer brands combined, and it really showed on the Spring 2017 runway in Paris earlier this year. The bags had a safari feel to them and the collection’s main colour story was blue, which made the whole thing feel like a highly stylised storybook adventure.
say goodbye to Cleavage It’s the end of an era for the cleavage according to Vogue (December issue). The trend of enhancing one’s assets has been around for centuries, however, fashion is taking a step back from bust boosting. Vogue contributor Kathleen Baird-Murray says, “The cleavage – those magnificent mounds pushed together to display sexual empowerment, to seduce, to inspire lust or even just to show off – is over, or at least, taking a well-earned break.” She adds, “The t*** will not be out for the lads. Or for anyone else, for that matter.”
ResoRt ColleCtion With summer just around the corner, Bird & Knoll resort collection offers a beautiful capsule of cover-ups: kaftans, maxis and ponchos. With a range of chic and simple resort wear, this collection is full of welcomed cover-ups for the summer season. We’re loving this Positano Poncho.
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summertime embrace the summer season with our relaxed beachwear edit.
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Elly McGuinness gives us some tip on keeping stress in check over the ‘silly season’. The lead-up to Christmas can be a very busy time for many – social get-togethers are on offer for every club, hobby, workplace, and circle of friends that we are involved in. At the same time, most people are still working full-time hours during this pre-Christmas period, shopping for gifts for loved ones, and planning upcoming holidays away. Many people will perceive the added jobs they need to do as quite stressful and overwhelming, and this can have repercussions for the health of the body. The implications of high levels of stress can be wide-reaching from headaches to skin conditions, increased blood pressure, problems sleeping, fatigue and a decreased ability to burn fat, to name a few.
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8. Flower Subscription, from Flower Addict, $156 for 4 months. www.floweraddict.co.nz 9. Venice Convertible Day Bed, from Lifestyle, transforms into a two-seater couch, www.lifestylels.co.nz 10. Turquoise Slab Necklace, from Naga Jewelry, $1100, www.nagabynevara.co.nz 11. Off-lead Adventure for your Dog, from TailTrail Adventures, $55 per adventure, $25 for additional dog. www.tailtrailadventures.com 12. Christmas at Asko, from Asko Design, 210 Moorhouse Ave, www.askodesign.co.nz 13. Monarch Bracelet, from Marc Bendall, 9ct yellow gold and sterling silver, $3770, www.marcbendall.co.nz 14. Silo Stay Accommodation, unique and eco-friendly, $200 Gift Voucher, 03 325 1977, www.silostay.kiwi.nz
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Charmed at Chalmers Davina Richards experiences the feel-good factor of this local working men’s club. PHOTOGRAPHY Charlie JaCkson It was the first time I had ever stepped inside the Hornby Working Men’s Club & MSA and I had never really known what goes on behind those doors. It turns out that there’s plenty to get involved in, and the volume of members says it all. The Hornby Working Men’s Club is located at the The Hub Hornby and has been established for more than 60 years, boasting more than 7000 members. At its inception in 1956 it was a men’s-only club, but the decision was made to allow women to become members in 1982. My fiancé and I met the club treasurer, Brian Purcell, who was kind enough to show us around the building, which proved to be very accommodating with a wide range of excellent facilities, including a club café, club bar with a stage for live music and dance floor, sports hall, modern
gaming room, well-equipped gymnasium, TAB, meeting room, Chalmers restaurant and three function rooms to host weddings, birthdays and conferences. Shortly after our tour, we were introduced to Brian’s wife Raelene and enjoyed a drink before entering Chalmers Restaurant – which was filling up quickly. The menu was simple and consisted of hearty traditional fare, such as catch of the day, 250g rib-eye steak and a carvery with your choice of favourites, like pork, beef, lamb or chicken. Greeted with a friendly smile and a professional demeanour by the staff, I ordered the seafood cocktail followed by a main meal of marinated pork spare ribs coated in tangy barbecue sauce served with salad and fries – a favourite dish at the club, so I’m told. On its arrival I was pleasantly
surprised with the portion. The pork was succulent and came off the bone easily and a lashing of barbecue sauce was perfect. My fiancé tucked into the blue cod served with chips and salad and was content with his perfect flaky fish and its crispy outer coating. Despite being too full to indulge in a dessert, I didn’t hesitate to have a couple of spoonfuls of my fiancé’s carrot cake with frosting and vanilla ice cream, which was almost life-changing. Suffice to say, I immediately regretted not having one. If you have never stepped foot inside the WMC it’s worth popping in to take advantage of its many offerings. There is a distinct sense of community, friendship and fun that fills the entire venue, and for a small membership fee you, too, can be a part of this feel-good club.
Hornby Working Men’s Club & MSA (Inc) • 17 Carmen Road, Hornby • 03 349 9026 www.hornbyworkingmensclub.co.nz
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Nick Lee, 7.30pm; DJ Double Feature feat. DJs Masta K & Danny III,10.30pm Baretta Stomp & Holler, free, 12.30pm; Ten Good Rounds feat. The Warratahs, Manos Del Chango, Eb & Sparrow, Lindon Puffin, Red Fountain, & more!, tickets UTR, 3pm Blue Smoke Cropduster, 10.30pm Carlton DJ Ash-S, 8.30pm Casa Publica Elevators duo, 7pm; Eddie Simon, 10.15pm Christchurch Casino DJ Vlad,10pm Empire Dateless n Desperate RockBand, 9pm Sullivans Irish Pub Matt Hall, 6.30pm; Gogo Calypso, 10pm The Cuban Andy Page, 9pm Trevinos
Sunday Sit Down Get Down, free, 4pm Blue Smoke SansTribe, 5pm Carlton Dr Sanchez, 4pm Casa Publica Katrina Keenan, 5.30pm Christchurch Casino
Nick Lee, 6pm Carlton
Brendan Gregg, 6pm Baretta Marcel, 5pm Carlton Topia, 7pm Sullivans Irish Pub
Vintage Blue, 6pm Baretta Something Else, free, 7.30pm Blue Smoke Assembly Required, 8.30pm Carlton DJ TroyBoi, ticket @theticketfairy, 10pm Empire Willie McArthur & friends, 8pm Sullivans Irish Pub DJ Chick Karaoke, 9pm Trevinos
Antony Pickard, 7pm Baretta Lounge Night with Dick Martin, free, 5.30pm; Live band, free, 8pm Blue Smoke D’Sendantz, 9pm Carlton DJ Oh One Eight, 9pm Empire Stephen McDaid, 8pm Sullivans Irish Pub Davey Backyard, 6.30pm The Cuban Andy Page, 9pm Trevinos
Nick Lee, 4pm; Ryan Ferris duo, 7.30pm; DJ lxtz, 10.30pm Baretta Free Fridays, free, 9pm Blue Smoke Flat City Brotherhood, 10pm Carlton
DJ Dwight Caldwell, 8.30pm Casa Publica Shannon Cooper-Garland, 7pm; Headrush duo, 10.15pm Christchurch Casino DJ Bobby Tables, 8.30pm Empire The Shameless Few, 9pm Sullivans Irish Pub Nick Lee, 7.30pm; Antony Pickard, 10pm The Cuban Eddie Simon, 9pm Trevinos
Siobhan Russell, 7pm; DJ Double Feature feat. DJs Masta K & 10a, 10.30pm Baretta Stomp & Holler, free, 12.30pm; Fred & Toody Cole (of Dead Moon) with support Manos Del Chango & The Transistors (duo), tickets $30 +bf @UTR, 7.30pm Blue Smoke Smashbox, 10.30pm Carlton DJ Eric, 8.30pm Casa Publica Rockabella, 7pm; Acoustic Solution, 10.15pm Christchurch Casino DJ Spinal, 10.30pm Empire Dateless n Desperate RockBand, 9pm Sullivans Irish Pub Nick Lee, 7.30pm; Gogo Calypso, 10pm The Cuban Unhinged, 9pm Trevinos
Sunday Sit Down Get Down, free, 4pm Blue Smoke SansTribe, 5pm Carlton Matt Hall, 4pm Casa Publica Rusila, 5.30pm Christchurch Casino
Nick Lee, 6pm Baretta Willie McArthur, 5pm Carlton
Nick Lee, 6pm Baretta Co-op, 5pm Carlton Topia, 7pm Sullivans Irish Pub
Nick Lee, 6pm Baretta Something Else, free, 7.30pm Blue Smoke Assembly Required, 8.30pm Carlton Willie McArthur & friends, 8pm Sullivans Irish Pub DJ Chick Karaoke, 9pm Trevinos
Antony Pickard, 7pm Baretta Lounge Night with Dick Martin, 5.30pm; Live band, 8pm Blue Smoke Headrush, 9pm Carlton Everlong, 7pm; Southfield, 10.15pm Christchurch Casino DJ Oh One Eight, 9pm Empire Boiling Billy, 8pm Sullivans Irish Pub Brendan Gregg, 7pm The Cuban Eddie Simon, 9pm Trevinos
Emily Cherie duo, 4pm; Uptown Shakedown, 7.30pm; DJ Danny III, 10.30pm Baretta Free Fridays, 8pm Blue Smoke Shadow Puppet, 10pm Carlton DJ Dwight Caldwell, 8.30pm Casa Publica TJ, 7pm; Shannon Cooper-Garland, 10.15pm Christchurch Casino DJ Home, 10.30pm Empire Shameless Few, 9pm Sullivans Irish Pub
FRI 23 Nick Lee, 4.30pm; Antony Pickard, 10pm The Cuban Stoutfellows, 9pm Trevinos
SAT 24 CHRISTMAS EVE
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Nick Lee, 7pm; DJ Double Feature, 10.30pm Baretta Stomp & Holler, free, 12.30pm & 8.30pm Blue Smoke Corner Sound, 9pm Carlton DJ Bobby Tables, 8.30pm Casa Publica Page 28, 5.15pm; X-Files, 8.30pm Christchurch Casino DJ Masta K, 10pm Empire Topia, 7pm Sullivans Irish Pub Davey Backyard, 5.30pm; Live music, 9pm The Cuban
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MON 26 BOXING DAY Katrina Keenan, 5.30pm Christchurch Casino Eddie Simon, 9pm Trevinos
TUE 27 Topia, 7pm Sullivans Irish Pub
WED 28 Something Else, free, 7.30pm Blue Smoke Willie McArthur & friends, 8pm Sullivans Irish Pub DJ Chick Karaoke, 9pm Trevinos
Carlton | 1 Papanui Road Phone 03 355 9543 www.carltonbar.co.nz
TROYBOI (UK) Tickets @ the ticket fairy
7-9pm dim 7th Jazz and Whisky bar 363 lincoln road, christchurch www.dim7th.co.nz
SAT 31 NEW YEAR’S EVE Headrush (Courtyard), 9.30pm; DJ 10a (Main Bar Indoors), 10pm; DJ Dwight Caldwell (Courtyard), 12.30am Baretta Stomp & Holler, free, 12.30pm; ‘Tailfeather’ A New Years Eve Shindig feat. The Goldonies & Lindon Puffin, tickets $20 +bf @UTR, 8pm Blue Smoke Flat City Brotherhood, 9pm Carlton DJ Eric, 8.30pm Casa Publica Acoustic Solutions duo, 6pm; Funky Hot Mama’s, 9.15pm; Smoothtalk, 12.30am Christchurch Casino DJ Masta K, 9pm Empire Topia & friends, 9pm Sullivans Irish Pub Live muisic 6.30pm; Revolution Party with DJ D’Latino, 10pm The Cuban DJ Chick Karaoke, 9pm Trevinos
aka dark destroyer february 10-12 & 14 ( Valentine’s day) 2017
Antony Pickard, 7pm Baretta Lounge Night with Dick Martin, 5.30pm; Live band, 8pm Blue Smoke DJ Oh One Eight, 9pm Empire Stephen McDaid, 8pm Sullivans Irish Pub Live music, 7pm The Cuban Brendan Gregg, 7pm Baretta Free Fridays, 9pm Blue Smoke When In Vegas, 10pm Carlton DJ Dwight Caldwell, 8.30pm Casa Publica Natalie Elms, 7pm; Elevators duo, 10.15pm Christchurch Casino DJ lxtz, 10.30pm Empire Topia, 9pm Sullivans Irish Pub Caleb Isaac, 6.30pm; Antony Pickard, 10pm The Cuban
Empire Bar & Izakaya 172 St Asaph Street Phone 03 260 2606 www.empirebar.co.nz
Baretta Bar & Restaurant 174 St Asaph Street Phone 03 260 2600 www.baretta.co.nz
Prepare yourself for an audience with shaun Wallace – “the dark destroyer” – from the international acclaimed tv show The Chase UK, the No. 1 game show on mainstream tv in the Uk and NZ. Get close up and personal with the tv celebrity and barrister for an exclusive, interactive seven-course fine-dining experience. Be part of shaun’s amazing story, hilarious antics and game show! For four nights only you can Chase the Chaser, take a journey with the dark destroyer you won’t forget, along with special guests singing some of shaun’s favourite songs
This is going to be a showcase not to be missed! A chance for you to get up close and personal and Chase The Chaser! Born in 1960, Shaun grew up in the Wembley area of London, england where he still lives to this day. From the age of 12, he wanted to be a criminal barrister and despite one or two setbacks along the way, Shaun fulfilled that childhood ambition in 1984. As a criminal defence advocate for more than 32 years, shaun has had extensive experience in a wide range of serious cases, ranging from murder to money laundering, firearms and drug trafficking. December 2004, he became the first black person to win the BBC television quiz show, Mastermind and since then he regularly appears on the television screen as “the dark destroyer” on the smash hit ITV teatime quiz show, The Chase. When asked to come to New Zealand shaun said, “I had to pinch myself as I always wanted to visit NZ and not had the time or opportunity.”
80 Style | etiquette
The STyle guide To Christmas Day etiquette Presents: when to open them and how to pretend you like them. WOrDs ViCToRiA TAiT if you are one of those families that opens presents before breakfast on Christmas Day, all we have to say is... shame on you. By traditional standards, itâ€™s considered rather uncouth. sorry, we didnâ€™t make the rules, it just is. it is acceptable to tear your stockings open as early as you like, even before sunrise, but you must wait until the time between the morning church service and lunch before you open any presents under the tree. this is early enough to pacify your overly excited screeching children, but not so early that the glass of champagne in your hand makes you look as if you have a serious problem.
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if you’re very posh, the ideal time is to wait until after lunch. this, however, also requires you to have children with self-control, which very few of us have. if this is terrible news to you, know that it could be worse. the spanishopen their presents on the morning of January 6th – try explaining that to a screaming toddler. When spending Christmas with another family, you must take your cue from them and go by the law of whomever’s house it is. this, as we have all experienced, can be rather agonising. especially if you are with a family as boring as bat sh*t and wait for everyone to open a present individually followed by a thank-you speech. Which brings me to my next point, how on earth do you say thank you to a floral-covered shower cap, or something just as detestable?
Four things to say when you don’t like your present: 1. “Oh that’s lovely, how generous,” and smile. 2. “this is too much! you really shouldn’t have… you shouldn’t have...” 3. “i just love useful presents. they are the best.” 4. “how fun!”
And, if you do? “thank you!”
82 Style | win
Every month, Style sources a range of exceptional prizes to give away. It’s easy to enter, simply go to www.style.kiwi and fill in your details on the ‘Win With Style’ page. Entries close December 31.
FeeD Your LASheS
LashFood: 100% natural and organic growth and conditioning range for eyelashes and eyebrows. The only growth serums to be awarded an Ecocert certification. These effective products are even safe to be used by people currently undergoing or post chemotherapy. we have this beautiful holiday gift pack to give away from Lashform Studio (now open at The Colombo). Includes: LashFood Conditioning Volume 3-D Mascara, Conditioning Collagen Primer, and Phyto-Medic Eyelash Enhancer. Get longer, thicker, strongerlooking lashes in just four weeks with this fantastic product.
Dinner AnD A Show
Dim 7th. Jazz & Whisky Bar is Christchurch’s new hot spot. With its cool, rustic, underground jazz feel, mezzanine whisky bar, modern tapas and an extensive cocktail list, it’s the ideal location for Christmas work functions. Live music and special set menu on offer. we have a fabulous threecourse meal for two to give away.
reLAx in LuxurY
New Zealand-designed SoFloat have a new summer range. Made with marine-grade sunbrella fabric, their products are waterproof and durable for a long life-span. Relax on land or float in water. we have a waiheke Solo to give away, valued at $399. www.sofloat.co.nz
Meet the MArLborough MAn
The remarkable story of Marlborough wine, from the planting of the first vines to the global success of New Zealand’s billion-dollar Sauvignon Blanc industry, is also the very personal story of wine icon, Allan Scott. His incredible success story is one of classic Kiwi can-do, and he tells that story in his new autobiography, Marlborough Man. We have three of his autobiographies to give away.
LAST MONTH’S WINNERS: KIT ORGANISER: GEORGIA FRANCIS; ASHLEY & CO ASHLEY: TAYLOR; THE COSMETIC CLINIC: JAYNE GROWER; PENNY MOSS, REBECCA MCNAUGHTON SUPERETTE: SOPHIE MARSH *Conditions: Each entry is limited to one per person. You may enter all giveaways. If you are selected as a winner, your name will be published in the following month’s edition. By registering their details, entrants give permission for Star Media to send further correspondence, which they can opt out of at any stage.
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