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Fashion Forecast

Dreamy Dresses, Splurges of Colour, Perfect Shoes & Accessories

SPRING/SUMMER 201

Stroke of

GENIUS

The Art of Beauty, From Makeup Trends To Botox

Sync or

SWIM

Your Must-Have

Beachwear

WALK THIS WAY

All You Need To Know About Shoes


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Editor’s

NOTE Welcome to the spring/summer edition of Style Fashion

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n this issue, we bring you the best of local, national and international spring/summer fashion trends for men, women and children. We explore what’s on trend from dreamy dresses to vibrant beachwear, as well as provide updates from the beauty industry – from bright colours to cosmetic enhancements. We interview designer Bianca Astle about her latest Ivy Blu collection, stylish lifestyle and incredible collection of Stuart Weitzman boots. Then, take you back in time to follow the rise of the high heel from its humble beginnings as a men’s accessory to its status as a high fashion commodity. For an update on hair styles, we talk to Alex Wirz-Dunbar, owner of Victoria Street’s newest salon Chère Chérie. Her amazing international career is impressive, to say the least. Where is your hemline sitting this summer? We show you some of our best summer dresses so you can see why short is so last year. For beachwear solutions, our fashion shoot highlights some of the season’s hottest trends – with a splash of metallic. Enjoy your issue of Style Fashion,

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Inside Word

8 Interview

5 Minutes With Bianca Astle From Ivy Blu

10 Report

The Rise Of The High Heel

14 Women’s Trend Report Our Best Summer Dress Edit 25 Fashion Editorial Experimenting With Metallics 29 Beauty

From Makeup Trends To Botox

36 Men’s Trends Report Minimalist Street Style On the Cover: RUBY Spring/Summer 2017 Collection

The Christchurch Star Company Level One, 359 Lincoln Road, Christchurch • 03 379 7100 PUBLISHER Charlotte Smulders GROUP EDITOR Kate Preece EDITOR Victoria Tait victoria.tait@starmedia.kiwi EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Naomi Spinsby-Wild DESIGN Emma Smith

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PHOTOGRAPHY Charlie Jackson ADVERTISING Viv Montgomerie Account Executive 021 914 428 viv.montgomerie@starmedia.kiwi Janine Oldfield Account Executive 027 654 5367 janine.oldfield@starmedia.kiwi

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Inside WORD Location, location

Leading New Zealand designer Caroline Sills is famed for her exquisite knitwear, fine tailoring and sophisticated style. Followers of her range will be pleased to hear she is opening a new store right in the heart of Merivale, at 191 Papanui Road.

Luxe Living Â

Louis Vuitton’s new collection is a tribute to the enchanted rainforest. The Twist MM models are dipped in an array of elegant colours and offer bold prints, complete with sequins, embroidered leather patches and tufted decorations. The new must-have luxury accessory.

Designers To Watch

New Zealand Fashion Week is in full swing. Designers on our must-watch list are: Hailwood, Tanya Carlson, Knuefermann and Lela Jacobs. Keep up with all the details and schedules at nzfashionweek.com


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On Trend

We love Zoe Karssen’s new range, stocked at Seletti Concept Store in Queenstown. The Amsterdam-based fashion house designs easy-to-wear tops and bottoms with expressive graphics. The look: a mixture of rock ’n’ roll aesthetics with pop culture references.

On The Move

Best known and loved for designs that effortlessly embody youthful elegance and adventurous charm, New Zealand-based store RUBY is the latest tenant to confirm a move to The Crossing. Opening mid-September on Market Lane, the store will comprise of two brands: RUBY, under the direction of designer Deanna Didovich; and Liam, which is headed by designer Emily Miller-Sharma. We are especially loving Liam’s new season range, as featured. The collections always deliver refined and sophisticated separates.

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BIANCA

ASTLE of Ivy Blu

The inspiration behind my flagship store is to offer a place

in which I can have every single style available. I decided to open a flagship store in Christchurch after closing the Auckland store, which was very difficult to manage remotely. This way I can see what’s going on, I can meet my customers and offer oneon-one styling.

My favourite piece from the new collection would have to

My most recent extravagant purchase? Hmm, where do I start?

Perhaps my Stuart Weitzman boots? I think I need to stop now!

be the Kitty Dress in our signature print Secret Garden. I love strapless dresses but this one has a sleeve so you feel a little more covered up. The print is on a beautiful pink/ peach background and suits most skin tones.

hinted so many times to my husband but I’m still waiting to go... maybe next year!

My most treasured possession?

Top of my playlist right now

My nine pairs of Stuart Weitzman boots. I couldn’t live without them!

The first thing I do in the morning is let my five-month-old

English bulldog out before I start my day with a herbal tea.

As a designer I’m motivated by what my customers are telling

me – I ask them lots of questions; it’s important I listen to them and get it right.

My dream holiday destination would be the Greek Islands. I’ve

would be – I cant believe I’m saying this out loud, but – my daughter loves [British girl group] Little Mix. We listen to it together every day on the way to school, so Little Mix is right up there!

The piece of advice I would give my younger self would be: stay positive. Even when life

throws you the biggest curveball, stay positive; things always pan out in the end.


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Nicholas Kirkwood Pumps Spring/Summer 2013

WELLHEELED Victoria Tait follows the rise of high heels from a practical menswear item to high fashion commodity.

Joan Crawford inspects her shoe closet. Photo Getty Images


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The high heel dates as far back as the 1400s, when prostitutes in Venice would wear what were then known as chopines, to stand taller and look more imposing than their rivals. The shoes reached heights up to 18 inches. The later invention of heeled riding boots increased the mass popularity of heels within both male and female fashion, although they were then predominantly worn by men and the heel of a practical and sturdy design. These simple heels soon evolved into more stylised heels that became thinner and higher during the mid-1500s. Catherine de Medici is said to have made high heels fashionable and functional for women, due to her marriage to a rather tall Duke of Orleans (who became the King of France). The petite Catherine de Medici felt somewhat insecure next to the Duke’s favourite mistress, Diane de Poitiers. A pair of two-inch heels remedied this, giving her a more notable physique and adding a sultry sway to her walk. The appeal of these heels caught on quickly, with the elegant footwear soon associated with wealth and privilege. Mary Tudor was another royal who pursued heels for height, however, Queen Elizabeth I was documented as the first wearer of European high heels, in a painting from 1595. Fashionable heels were popular for both sexes by 1590, and a person who had authority or wealth was often referred to as “well-heeled”. By 1790 men had entirely stopped wearing the heel and it became a symbol of femininity.

Shoe Facts

Early Manolo Blahnik Shoes

Christian Louboutin

• Marilyn Monroe was said to shave a quarter-inch off one of her stilettos so she walked with a wiggle. • Imelda Marcos is one of the world’s most famous shoe collectors. The former First Lady of the Philippines owned 1200 pairs.

King Louis XIV of France

• There is fashion folklore surrounding the Christian Louboutin red soles. According to The New Yorker, the red soles were inspired by Andy Warhol’s drawing Flowers. In 1993, Louboutin designed a shoe using the drawing as inspiration, however, when the prototype of the shoe arrived, he felt like something was missing. At this point, he looked around and saw an assistant painting her nails with a bright red polish. He grabbed her nail polish and painted it all over the black sole of the shoe – and so, the red sole was born. • King Louis XIV of France was known for starting many fashion trends. From his early 20s until he was at least 63 years old, Louis XIV had his heels covered in red Moroccan leather or painted that colour. Maybe this is where Christian Louboutin got his inspiration from?

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• Altocalciphilia is the condition of having a high heel fetish. Carrie Bradshaw was definitely afflicted. • Over 80 craftsmen will touch one pair of Stuart Weitzman heels during the six to seven weeks of production. Perfection takes time. • Even World War II didn’t stop women wearing high heels. Designers simply turned to materials that weren’t rationed, including wood, straw and snakeskin, to create high-heeled masterpieces. • Jimmy Choo has been referenced in top-of-thechart songs by Hilary Duff, Shyne, Pitbull, Clipse, Sway, 50 Cent, and Chester French. • The Guinness World Record for most people running in high-heeled shoes is 155. • The stiletto heel was invented by Christian Dior’s shoe designer Roger Vivier in 1954. He created a slender plastic heel of incredible strength that he referred to as “the needle”. Imelda Marcos

• The world’s most expensive shoes are Harry Winston’s “Ruby Slippers”, featuring 1350 carats of rubies to celebrate The Wizard of Oz’s 50th anniversary, and Stuart Weitzman’s “Rita Hayworth” satin heels complete with sapphires, diamonds and rubies, and worn by Rita in Shawshank Redemption. Both pairs are valued at USD$3 million.

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Shoes to die for 1. Nudistsong Sandal In Pavé Crystals 2. Marco De Vincenzo Braided Velvet Sandals 3. Saint Laurent Edie Metallic Snake Effect-

Trimmed Patent-Leather Pump

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6. Vetements Manolo Blahnik Printed Satin Pumps

7. Jimmy Choo Lana Glittered Twill Sandal 8. Gucci Bamboo-Trimmed Studded Metallic

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Elie Saab Couture Spring 2017 Collection at Paris Fashion Week.

The

BEST SUMMER

Ladies, lower the hemlines – short is out and long flowing lengths are in. Find your feminine side with these soft pastel tones.

DRESSES


STYLE | fashion Collation Dress $497 – Taylor

Button Chambray Dress $149.90 – Witchery Eliza Washed-Silk Maxi Dress by Alice + Olivia $555 – Net-A-Porter

Cotton Blend Poplin Wrap Dress $1706 – Michael Kors Collection

Cotton Fair Trade Floral Summer Dress by Nomads Clothing $149 – Marmalade Clothing & Curiosities

Intermittent Dress $497 – Taylor

Neroli Dress $429.99 – Moochi

Deja Dress in Blush Grey (sizes 10-24) – Key Black Tutti Frutti Frill Dress by Loobie’s Story – Country Lane

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Organic Cotton Crackle Print Tee

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Maple Ply Sunglasses by Under The Sun

In to the

Italian Linen Shirt with Linen Shorts

Recycled Stirling Silver Kite Ring

WILD

Embrace natural beauty, mutual tones and superior fabrics in the new collection from Untouched World for both men and women. Soothe Shirt Dress with Belt

Merino Cuff Tee with Navy Tube Pant

A5 Memobottle

Organic Cotton Beekeeper Tee

Organic Cotton Stretch Singlet Dress

Shoulder Pochette by Uashmama

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The BEACHWEAR EDIT With beach days on the horizon take a moment to explore some of our favourite beachwear pieces. Whatever your shape, we’ve found an outfit that’s guaranteed to make a splash this summer.


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Miguelina Gauze Cotton Mini Dress $375 – Net-A-Porter

Illuminate Plunge-Neck One-Piece $255 – JETS by Jessika Allen

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Embellished Wrap Bikini $245 – Stella McCartney

Mucho Bikini by Rye $165 – Shopbop Spicy Bikini $125 – Starfish

Felipe Sunglasses by Karen Walker $389 – Ballantynes

Marlin Panelled Bandeau by Sunseeker $237.95 – Blue Dude Mare Metallic CrochetKnit Triangle Bikini $266 – Missoni

Three Graces London Mirinda Ruffled Dress $520 – Net-A-Porter

Dior in Dove $239.95 – Ziera

Lattice Brim by Gregory Ladner $49.95 – David Jones


20 STYLE | fashion Pink Ladies Necklace $55 Walkabout Petticoat in White $70

1950s Green Seamed Tights (Pantyhose) $30

Floozy Purse in Gold Sparkle by Sourpuss $110

Beauty School

DROPOUT

Be inspired by Olivia Newton-John this summer with divine vintage-inspired couture from Kabella Baby. Pink Flamingo Tea Dress in Pink $130

Norma Jean Sweet Violets Dress $225

Paloma Cardigan in Mint by Hell Bunny $70

Pinup Couture Cutiepie Heels in White $130

Beauty School Dropout Pin $45


expertStyling Take your look to the next level. Book a Kiwistyle personal shopping session to define your fashion style and feel great in what you wear. For full details and to book your session, visit northlands.co.nz

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Island TIME Take idyllic inspiration from Bettie Monroe’s new divine spring/summer 2017 collection.


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Summer Tee $89

Lola Blouse $169

Soda Pop Shorts $159

Martini Wrap Dress $219

Lola Blouse $169

Chrysalis Tee $89

Kaya Tank, Silk $149 with Kaya Skirt $159

Flutter Top $149

Soda Pop Shorts $159

Spanish Avarcas $119

Knot Capris $169


24 STYLE | fashion Crystal Necklace by Fabuleux Vous $69

Bubble Power Top by Curate $157

Sacha Sequin Top by Lemon Tree $187

Cubic Tied and Tru Pant by Bittermoon $173

WHISPERS of Summer Monica Heart Tee by Lemon Tree $127

Have a fashion love affair with these chic yet practical styles from Zebrano’s new spring/summer range. Walk In The Park Top by Euphoria $323

Happy Times Dress by Code $293

Stratus Dress by Moyuru $379

Salsa Dress by Code $489


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Into the LIGHT The future looks bright. Experiment with shapes and metallic detailing for a rebellious take on casual wear. Stylist Victoria Tait Photography Charlie Jackson Model Rebecca Dore, Portfolio Models Hair Andrea Hill, Bliss Hair Salon Makeup Claire Randell, KSSM

Rebecca wears Star Bright Skirt $199 by Superette with Basic Tee $34.90, Trio Mesh Bracelet Set $22.90 and Black Visor $34.90 all from Seed Heritage.


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Superette Star Stud Biker Jacket $869 with P.E Nation Game Point Crop $139, available at Superette. Forward Seam Jean $119.90 and Crystal Flower Earrings $29.90 from Seed Heritage.


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Fox Slip in Silver Dust by xplain $240 from The Collective with Seafolly Active Deep V Maillot One-Piece $319.95 from Ballantynes.


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Calvin Klein Performance Reflections Silver Bomber Jacket $494.90 with Seafolly Active Deep V Maillot One-Piece $319.95 from Ballantynes. Quay Australia High Key Gold Aviators $79.99 and Hannah Claire Necklace $25 both from The Collective.


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Wink Weapon Mini Palette in Flamboyant by Mecca Max

Colour Riche Le Crayon de Couleur in 12 Ocean Blue by L’Oréal Paris Miss-terious Fluttering Falsies by Mecca Max

The Transformer Eye Primer by Mecca Max

I See You

Ink Liner by Bobbi Brown

Transform your look this season by experimenting with bright eye shadows, luscious lashes, bold liners and defined brows.

High Brow Glow Brow Highlighter by Benefit Glitter Bomb by Too Faced – Mecca Maxima

Prep Your Look

Reduce the appearance of fine lines and nourish the eye area with Pro-Collagen Eye Renewal by ELEMIS. The secret ingredient to this is using the antioxidant properties of methylsilanol mannuronate, an organic derivative of seaweed sourced from the depth of the Mediterranean Sea that locks in moisture. With proven clinical trials, this is our one musthave product for eyes. Available at lotusskincare.co.nz

Brow Powder in Blonde Taupe by Billion Dollar Brows

The Shock Mascara by Yves Saint Laurent


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MAKING

WAVES

Opening her own salon seemed the natural choice for globe-trotting hair stylist Alex Wirz-Dunbar. Victoria Tait speaks with her about the latest trends, and her excitement to be working in Christchurch.

I understand you have a background in high fashion – can you tell me about the publications and people you’ve worked with?

When I was in the USA and UK, I had the privilege of working with many talented individuals from the television and publications industries. Some notable works include: Vogue, W Magazine, New York Times style section, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, America’s Next Top Model (season 4), NYC Fashion Week, and styling Hollywood babes like Emmy Rossum. I also worked on daytime television favourite Katie Couric’s hair for ABC’s coverage of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, and had the honour of working and training alongside Oribe, the namesake of a very luxurious brand of hair products that we carry at Chère Chérie.

What was your inspiration behind Chère Chérie?

We wanted to offer a luxurious hair experience to the people of Christchurch, and to create an environment for a dedicated team to flourish.

What is one of the biggest hair trends emerging for spring/summer?

The shag and mullet are back in a big way. I foresee this will translate to softer, more layered looks. It’s a nod to the glamorous ’70s but with a modern, polished vibe. We can all start embracing a bit more of our natural texture and stop fighting it.

What are your views on sustainability and environmental products and responsibilities within the hair industry?

We take our environmental impact very seriously and we are doing what we can to limit that impact. We compost our food waste and hair clippings, and we use low-energy lighting. We are building up our stock of salon plants to help purify the air and to add a little more greenery to our environment. We use and carry Davines hair products, which are created with ingredients sourced from biodiversity farms and are also carbon neutral. We offer clients the option of re-filling their shampoos and conditioners, to help reduce our use of plastics. Every bit helps!

What’s your biggest fashion addiction? Definitely lipstick and jeans!

photography: Charlie Jackson


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Baked Bronzer in Matte Bronze & Fiji RRP$63

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LOOK

Gigi Hadid oozed sexiness, style and sophistication when she strutted the catwalk for Moschino during Milan Fashion Week. Recreate her look with these must have products by Lauren & Louise. Mineral Blush in Sparkling Rose RRP$46

Mineral Liquid to Powder Foundation RRP$76

Contouring & Concealer Sticks RRP$67

Luxury Lipsticks RRP$39

Dual Active Powder in Linen RRP$64

Brightening CC Cream RRP$69


Phone 03 358 9712 to book www.vivosalon.co.nz

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Spring into

SUMMER

STYLES at Avonhead

token. Phone 03 358 3663 Email eliza@giftsattoken.co.nz

Cnr Withells Road & Merrin Street, Avonhead www.avonhead.co.nz /Avonhead Shopping Centre


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Skin Rejuvenation - V2 skin booster - Medical needling - Advanced skincare

Dermal fillers for lip enhancement and reshaping, chin augmentation, the liquid face lift for mid face volume, and correction of hollow cheeks.

BOtulinum TOXin treatment to relax the muscles that cause wrinkles and lines, such as frown lines and crows feet.

All clients are offered an initial noobligation consultation and full assessment at no charge in order to tailor treatments to your individual wishes. 110 Papanui Road 03 363 8810 info@facevalue.co.nz facevalue.co.nz

POLISH

and perfect your look Dr Frost from Face Value gives us all the information we need to know for three of their most popular non-surgical cosmetic procedures.


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Twenty years ago, a face lift was the only way to get rid of wrinkly, sagging skin. Today, thanks to the invention of Botox therapy, dermal fillers, and skin rejuvenation techniques, there is a much less painful and time-consuming way to give you the results you desire. All of these procedures can take years off the face – and can be done during your lunch hour, with no invasive surgery and little recovery time.

1. BOTOX THERAPY

Description of the treatment: Botox /Dysport is a natural purified protein that temporarily relaxes the muscles that cause lines and wrinkles. It is most commonly used to soften frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines and prevent them from deepening. Both men and women benefit from this safe and effective treatment. When administered by an experienced practitioner, you will retain natural expression, without risk of that “frozen” look. Procedure: After consent and education, the actual treatment is relatively quick – around 10 minutes. There is no downtime at all. Tiny doses are injected into the area being treated. There is minimal pain, with most clients experiencing a stinging that passes immediately. Outcome: It takes three to four days to see results, with the full effects appearing after 14 days. You will still have positive facial expression and will look generally refreshed with softening of wrinkles and lines in the treated area. On average, lasts four months. Cost: Face Value charges $18/unit of Botox, $6 for Dysport, with the average cost of the frown area $360.


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Description of the treatment: Dermal fillers are clear gels made from hyaluranon, a natural carbohydrate already present in your skin that declines with age. The current trend in the use of fillers for facial rejuvenation is that of revolumising. Placing dermal filler at key points in the face can restore lost volume for a refreshed look. Fillers can also be used to enhance your lips, cheek and chin. Procedure: The non-permanent gel is injected into the skin to physically lift and sculpt it, correcting wrinkles, folds, scars and asymmetries of the face. You may experience some redness and swelling immediately after treatment with possible mild bruising. Dermal fillers contain local anaesthetic, so most people experience minimal discomfort. Numbing cream can be used to enhance comfort in sensitive areas such as the lips. Outcome: The results of filler can be seen immediately, but can take 4 to 6 weeks to settle into the final result. Hyaluranon fillers last between 6 and 24 months, depending on the filler used and the site. Cost: Cost varies according to the amount of filler used. Lip enhancement, for example, can range from $400 to $750.

3. SKIN REJUVENATION AND

REHYDRATION USING THE V2 SKIN BOOSTER

Description of the treatment: The V2 Skin Booster utilises a new delivery device that enables precise doses and placement of hyaluronic acid, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to the dermis of the skin. This combination of active ingredients assists in the synthesis and stimulation of collagen production and dermal restructuring, resulting in beautifully hydrated, nourished, more youthful glowing skin. Procedure: Using the V2 injector gun, Redensity 1 is injected into the skin of the face, neck, or décolletage. The device is unique in that it works by applying a light suction to the skin prior to each injection, leading to a more comfortable and accurate procedure. The procedure takes 30- 45 minutes and clients experience minimal discomfort. The skin appears red and bumpy for 24-48 hours. A course of three treatments spaced three to four weeks apart is recommended, with a top-up every 6 to 12 months. Outcome: Clients see results after the first treatment with ongoing rejuvenation and regeneration occurring over time. Results are impressive with reduction in fine lines and crepiness, and a general improvement in skin texture and strength. The skin looks and feels firmer and has a youthful glow. Cost: Face Value is offering a pre Cup Week special price of $1500 for the three-treatment course, a saving of $150. Dr Philip Frost is a graduate of Otago School of Medicine, with over 20 years’ experience in the specialty area of Appearance and Cosmetic Medicine. He recommends with any medical procedure that you have a comprehensive consultation and assessment to develop an individual treatment plan with education regarding products and procedures. At Face Value a gradual, step-by-step treatment plan will be tailored individually.


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MINIMALIST Street Style

Update your casual wardrobe with simple tones and textures to create the ultimate minimalist style.


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New York Zipper by Superette

Slim Leg Jean Blue Destroyer by Cotton On Slim-Fit Stretch CottonBlend Shirt by Prada

Blue Morgan Linen-Twill Blazer by Polo Ralph Lauren

500ml Silver by S’well Bottle

Dylan Tee White Black Stripe by Cotton On

Rodeo Jacket Bleach Blue by Cotton On

DB Sunglasses by Valley Eyewear

White City Chinos by Working Style

Lacoste Logo Tee by Lacoste

Striped Rubber Slides by Gucci


Kids Riley Patch Jean – Cotton On

Stripe Embroided Dress – Seed Heritage

Pizza Purse – Seed Heritage

Song Bird Waisted Dress – Rock Your Kid

Pretty in PRINTS Bold prints and bright colours scream all things summer. This season express yourself through your tiny tots with these adorable prints. Mix and match with basic tones to create the perfectly styled wardrobe.

White Denim Pinafore – Seed Heritage

Numbers Overnighter Bag – Country Road

Urban Camera Tee by The Kids Room – Stylish Baby & Child

Embroidered Flower Espadrille – Seed Heritage Murphy Swim Short – Cotton On

Classic Baseball Cap – Ralph Lauren Blossom Flower Overalls by Fox & Finch – Stylish Baby & Child


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Spring Arrivals SHOWCASE U-Pop $205 White/Silver

Iguana $169.90 Navy/White

Claridge $189 Red/Pink/Tangerine

Iguana $169.90 Bronze stripe/White

Kick Back $169 Black

Iguana $169.90 Pinstripe Cement

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

IntroduCIng my DreSSmAKING AND DeSIGN STUDIO We can make and design exquisite one-offs or duplicates of your favourite garments - including a limited range of menswear.

For all types of clothing alterations and repairs to wedding dresses, formal wear, school uniforms and every other garment you can think of. We are not a retail store more a studio for designs and alterations.

Carmen

Sylver exquisite designs

www.carmensylver.co.nz


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Specialists in natural fibres, fair trade & NZ made Stockists of Men’s & Women’s Clothing & Accessories www.marmaladeclothing.co.nz marmaladeclothingNZ Open 6 days - CLOSED Mondays 49A Main Street, Oxford Tel: 03 312 3382

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Shop 51 Barrington | ph: 020 411 55657 Christchurch’s New Travel & Fashion Accessory Boutique

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15 Otara Street, Christchurch 8053

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Summer has landed 151a Colombo Street, Beckenham Ph: 03 332 1238 madeintheshadefashions.co.nz

info@portfoliomodels.co.nz Ph: 03 3799 011 www.portfoliomodels.co.nz


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A hidden treasure off Rangiora’s High street, ENVIE is a consignment store specialising in preloved beautiful clothing, accessories and new costume jewellery. Owned by long time local, ENVIE sees Coral Harman channel 20 years of industry experience into a first class shopping experience for all.

Unit 2/6 Cone Street, Rangiora, Ph 03 313 7949

Playful, urban and pretty high-end clothing, shoes and jewellery from leading designers. Pieces are stocked to suit all moods and occasions from casual weekends to more formal events. Pieces that complement different types and ages of women who all have a niche for fashion. Quality, affordable labels with plenty of personality.

A Little Birdie Told Me $115

172a Williams Street, Kaiapoi, Ph: 03 327 2157 www.crazefashion.co.nz crazekaiapoi

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Late Night every Thursday - Open until 6.30pm Saturdays 9am to 3pm

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Phone 020 412 49155


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Ballantynes City Mall Phone: 03 379 7400 www.ballantynes.co.nz Pages: 28, 37, 38

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Mecca Maxima Shop 2, ANZ Centre, 135 High Street Christchurch Central Phone: 03 377 1552 www.meccabeauty.co.nz Page: 29

Bettie Monroe Shop 24, The Colombo Phone: 03 366 4214 www.bettiemonroe.co.nz Pages: 22-23 Blue Dude www.bluedude.co.nz Page: 19

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Country Road Westfield Riccarton Phone: 03 943 7235 The Crossing www.countryroad.co.nz Page: 38 Cotton On Phone: 03 341 6261 www.cottonon.com/nz Pages: 37, 38

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Kabella Baby Shop 2/333 Harewood Road Bishopdale Phone: 0274 352 056 www.kabellababy.co.nz Page: 20 Key Black 27A Colombo Street, Cashmere Phone: 03 337 1495 Page: 15

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Moochi 203 Papanui Road, Merivale Phone 03 355 1968 Ballantynes Phone 03 378 1910 www.moochi.co.nz Page: 15

Country Lane Fashions 140 High Street, Rangiora Phone: 03 313 4565 Page: 15

Lauren &Louise www.laurenlouise.co.nz Page: 31 Lotus Skincare Lotus at Siam-Thai Day Spa 9 Ernlea Terrace, Cashmere Phone: 03 980 5400 www.lotusskincare.co.nz Page: 29

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Superette 131 Cashel Street Phone: 03 260 2753 www.superette.co.nz Pages: 25, 26, 37

Marmalade Clothing and Curiosities 49 Main Street, Oxford Phone: 03 312 3382 Page: 15

RUBY Corner Kivers and Market Lanes The Crossing 182 Papanui Road, Merivale Phone: 03 356 1389 www.rubynz.com Cover Seed Heritage Ballantynes, 142 Cashel Street Phone: 03 378 1903 Westfield Riccarton Phone: 03 343 6050 www.seedheritage.com Pages: 25, 26, 38 Starfish 239C Colombo Street, Sydenham Phone: 03 379 0009 Page: 19 Stylish Baby & Child 86 High Street, Rangiora Phone: 03 313 8125 Shop 11, 24 Conical Hill Road Hanmer Springs Phone: 03 315 7371 www.stylishbabyandchild.com Page: 38

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Taylor 205A Papanui Road, Merivale Phone: 03 281 7577 www.taylorboutique.co.nz Page: 15 The Collective The Colombo Phone: 03 366 7117 Page: 27

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Untouched World 155 Roydvale Avenue, Burnside Phone: 03 357 9399 Container Mall, 96 Oxford Terrace Phone: 03 365 9533 Page: 17 Witchery Westfield Riccarton Phone: 03 348 8486 www.witchery.co.nz Page: 15 Working Style 242 Papanui Road, Strowan Phone: 03 355 8493 www.workingstyle.co.nz Page: 37

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Zebrano 169 Victoria Street Phone: 03 355 8820 www.zebrano.co.nz Page: 27 Ziera 229 Papanui Road, Merivale Phone: 03 355 4400 Westfield Riccarton Phone: 03 341 7317 www.zebrano.co.nz Page: 19


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B A L L A N T Y N E S FA S H I O N W E E K

BALLANTYN E S FASHION S HOW DOORS OPE N 6 P M Be part of the official opening of Ballantynes Fashion Week 2017 and be first to see the finest in Spring/Summer fashion. Enjoy bubbles and canapés and a catwalk show.

GA $45 | V IP TICK E TS $95

AN E VEN IN G W IT H T WE N TY SEVEN N A M ES A N D HARMA N G R U BISA 6 -8 P M Join the designers from these two fashion houses for cocktails and canapés as they take you into their world as leaders in these ethically and environmentally responsible times.

TICK ETS $ 50 S HOP TH E R U N WAY CONT IN U ES

D ESIG N ER DAY SHO P HO U RS Visit us instore on Saturday as we celebrate the talent behind the designs and breakout in true spring style. Enjoy refreshments, live music and spot prizes throughout the day.

SU M M ER ' 18 M ASTER C LASS 1 0.3 0-1 1 .3 0AM Fashion Stylist Anna and Beauty Stylist Ben show you how to turn up the heat with the latest trends for the Summer season. Learn how to get Summer sun-ready with the latest and greatest in skincare, makeup, fashion and accessories.

LADIES WHO LUNC H FEATURING JULIE TTE HOGAN & KATHYRN W ILS ON

TICKETS $ 4 0 ( INCLU DES REFRESHM ENTS)

1-3PM

IN STA-ST YLE M AST ER C LASS

Join designers Juliette Hogan and Kathryn Wilson to dine in ello and be inspired as they share their experiences of blending motherhood and the fast-paced world of fashion.

TICKETS $75 SHOP THE RUNWAY ALL D AY Visit our Ladies Fashions promotional area for an up-close and personal view of all the looks from the Opening Show catwalk.

VISIT THE C ATWALK E D IT ON THE BALLAN TY N E S W E BS ITE .

T HE C LASSIC S M ASTER C LASS

2-3 PM

1 0. 3 0-1 1 .3 0AM

Ace the latest trends in Fashion and Beauty from Instagram. with our stylists Anna and Ben. Get the “how to” on mastering the latest looks and techniques from street to sultry makeup and fashion.

Join our Fashion Stylist Anna and Beauty Stylist Ben as they share the know how and the latest in Fashion and Beauty staples. Master the art of the best in beauty and the secrets and innovations in the latest wardrobe wonders.

TICK ETS $ 4 0 (IN CLU DES REFRESHM ENTS) HUF F ER ' S 20TH BIRT H DAY PART Y W IT H BA LLA N T YN ES & NAN A JU DY 5 . 3 0P M - 8PM Come along and help us celebrate this significant milestone with Huffer. Joining us in the celebrations is our latest Contemporary Lounge brand, Nana Judy.

TICK ETS $ 3 0

TICKETS $ 4 0 ( INCLU DES REFRESHM ENTS) TO FIND OUT MOR E ABOUT THESE EVENTS AND BOOK TICKETS PLEASE VISIT OUT WEBSITE AT BALLANTYNES.CO.NZ/ FASHIONWEEK OR CALL 0800 656 400

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