We are proud to announce NZFW's Official Champagne Partner
The official word on NZFW's New Trade Space for Designers
A Champagne with a unique image Beau Joie’s lattice bottle, is encased by a copper suit of armour. The unique casing, which was inspired by the armor of the French knights ensures the Champagne stays chilled for longer.
The Fashion-y Podcasts You Need to Listen to Right Now
New Zealand Fashion Week (NZFW) has today announced the addition of a new Trade Space giving designers and brands a custom area within the world class Viaduct Events Centre where they can make invaluable connections, strengthen their networks and create wholesale opportunities.
HARMAN GRUBIŠA SELECTED AS NOMINEE FOR INTERNATIONAL WOOLMARK PRIZE FOR SECOND YEAR RUNNING
It's no secret that we're fans of Sonia Sly's My Heels are Killing Me segment on Radio NZ. With her coveted access behind the velvet rope, Sly's knack for finding out what exists beyond the glamorous façade of the fashion industry is as charming as it is insightful.
Say hello to the NZFW Accessories Showcase!
New Zealand fashion is truly on an international level and further recognition of that came today with the announcement that local womenswear brand Harman Grubiša is a nominee for the International Woolmark Prize for a second year running.
Introducing the NZFW Trade Space
Own a jewellery line, handbag range or shoe brand? We've got just the thing!
Calling all creatives!
This year, we're happy to announce the addition of a Trade Space platform to provide both designers and brands with an on-site business-focused space within the world-class ANZ Viaduct Events Centre.
My Heels Are Killing Me: Yu Mei: East meets West
With over 30,000 attendees coming through the doors across the week and weekend, we want YOU!
My Heels Are Killing Me: 'I try to mix it up a wee bit'
"The first bag I ever made was called a rat bag, which also happened to be the name of a Dunedin pub but I didn't know that at the time." — Jessie Wong, designer and founder of Yu Mei.
Life is flat out for Jessie Wong, who is preparing to meet new buyers after a successful presentation of her Yu Mei leather accessories collection at New Zealand Fashion Week.
There are many ways to skin a cat and so too in the fashion industry there are multiple ways to land your foot inside a fashion-focused door.
Anabela Rea has followed a varied path that has taken her from styling fashion shoots, to art direction and working in wardrobe for music videos and film sets.
These days you're likely to find her editing the fashion-related, colourful pull-out pages of The Sunday Star Times where she's been working as a features editor for the past two years.