Céline Rita's En Pointe for Summer

Sunday, November 29, 2015

 Celine Rita's Dani dress from her 'En Pointe' collection.


There are few labels that have charmed me quite like Céline Rita has over the years. Designer Céline Chapman's style has an effortless and elegant grace that appeals to me on so many levels. There's an obvious femininity about it but not in a fussy or overdone way, and I think that's the key really, Céline doesn't try to do too much. But what she does do is create beautiful yet subtle garments that are oh so easy to wear and integrate into your existing wardrobe. Although admittedly there are a good number of CR garments currently in my wardrobe and I love them all.

Ingrid Starnes' Beautiful Blooms

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Ingrid Starnes Dream Bloom Kimono dress (left) and Dream Bloom Claudette dress (right)

There is not a season that goes by that I'm not really inspired by Ingrid Starnes' winsome collections. Her carefully considered mix of vintage and contemporary styles creates an aesthetic that is demure yet modern, and she somehow creates all the pieces I want to wear each season. Her current collection 'Dreams in Bloom' which I have been meaning to write about for a while now, is another that has me overdosing on the superlatives trying to describe it. 

Meet macgraw's Sublime Shepherdess

Friday, October 2, 2015

macgraw's little bo dress from their new collection 'Shepherdess'.


Spring is my favourite fashion season and I have to admit there is nothing that says spring quite like spring lambs, which is just one of many reasons to love macgraw's latest collection. Fittingly the title of this range is 'Shepherdess' and as you can see it's every bit as sweet and pretty as you would expect with that name, right down to the lamb motif on sweaters and in a cute pink-based print. Look below the surface though and you will see a range that is carefully cut, cleverly detailed and uses quality fabrics to create garments that fit beautifully and have an elegant nonchalance.

Juliette Hogan's Sunset Boulevard

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Juliette Hogan's Lennon Cami and Lawn Culottes from her 'Sunset Boulevard' collection.



As more new season collections arrive in stores every day it's hard to know where to start when shopping for spring, however one collection definitely worth checking out is Juliette Hogan's 'Sunset Boulevard'. She's a designer I've followed since I came across her first boutique on Ponsonby Road in 2007 and one that has consistently designed strong collections that have slowly matured in style as she has.

The Week that was NZFW 2015

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

An outfit from Lucilla Gray's beautiful New Zealand Fashion Week 2015 presentation.

It's hard to believe New Zealand Fashion Week 2015 has been and gone already, this time last week it was near the end of day two of the shows and we had already taken in some stellar debuts and many other captivating collections that mostly showcased winter 2016. Much like many other fashion weeks all over the world NZFW has been slowly shrinking for years and now the trade side of the event is three days long with another three days for public shows and events.

NZFW 2015: FashioNZ Reviews

Friday, August 28, 2015

Ruby's Celesta Playsuit from their 'Tonight, Tonight' collection on the runway at NZFW.


New Zealand Fashion Week 2015 is over for another year and I've spent the week busily reviewing most of the shows for FashioNZ again this year. I'll have more coverage of my own going up here soon but in the meantime you can check out my reviews here.

Romeo 4 Juliet: A Kate Sylvester Love Story

Monday, August 17, 2015

Kate Sylvester's Floria Jumper and Valora Skirt from her R4J collection.



There are few things that signal summer more than a summer romance and this season Kate Sylvester has drawn inspiration from the most well-known love story of all time, Romeo and Juliet. In particular it's the two popular film versions by Franco Zeffirelli (1968) and Baz Luhrmann (1996) that she has reinterpreted with her signature subversive style, making for a beautiful collection that epitomises modern femininity.

Twenty-seven Names Celebrate The Rite of Spring

Monday, August 10, 2015

Alexandra crop top and Gabriel skirt from Twenty-seven Names 'The Rite of Spring' collection.



I didn't think it was possible to love Twenty-seven Names' collections more than I already do, but their latest range 'The Rite of Spring' inspired by Igor Stravinsky's orchestral work and ballet of the same name blew me away with its elegant beauty. The past few seasons have seen a definite maturation of style from the Wellington-based label designed by Anjali Stewart and Rachel Easting, which is natural as people age and their style shifts to reflect it. Still present is the quirky sweetness that has become their signature but more obvious are the pared-back silhouettes, longer hemlines and subtle signs that this label has definitely grown up.

Liam's Stars Are Out

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Liam's Black Tie dress from their new SS15/16 collection.


New collections are now arriving daily in stores in anticipation of spring and it's wonderful to see fresh styles, prints and colour palettes that will define the fashion of the warmer months. One of the ranges I have been most excited to shop is local label Liam's 'All Your Stars Are Out', as I really admire designer Emily Miller-Sharma's elegant and intellectual approach to design. This new collection is inspired by J.D. Salinger's quote "Keep me up till five only because all your stars are out, and for no other reason" and the euphoria and confidence that come from the nights that turn into adventures, and moments that turn into hours that you wish would never end. The idea being wherever life takes the Liam woman, fun follows her, which is an interesting premise for the collection and certainly lends itself to some beguiling fashion.

Ruby Goes Botanical

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Bedford Shearling coat, Serpent dress and Willow boot from Ruby's SS15/16 Nectarine collection.



Ruby takes a beautiful trip into an English garden for spring/summer 2015-16 with the release of their latest collection titled 'Nectarine'. Designer Deanna Didovich drew inspiration from a visit to the wonderful Columbia Road Flower Markets in East London and the work of floral illustrators Elizabeth Twining and Pierre Joseph Redoubté for this new range. It's not hard to see how a collection brimming with winsome blooms came from those ideas and there are a number of gorgeous prints from neon florals to geometric daisy prints, which are contrasted with stripes, spots and the most delightful lace that is oh so pretty.

Happy 20th Birthday Clueless

Monday, July 20, 2015

Justin Walker as Christian and Alicia Silverstone as Cher in Clueless.



How has it been twenty years since Clueless was released already? By now it certainly needs no introduction as I'm sure you're familiar with Amy Heckerling's fashion-obsessed comedy which was a huge hit in 1995 and is still incredibly popular today. When the movie came out I was in fact the same age as Alicia Silverstone's ditzy LA princess Cher, and quickly became fascinated by her shiny world, especially her amazing wardrobe.

Natalie Chan is 'Yours Ethereally'

Friday, July 17, 2015

Top, skirt and headwear from Natalie Chan's 'Yours Ethereally' collection.

Spring is just around the corner in the southern hemisphere and that means the release of beautiful new collections, including this gorgeous one titled 'Yours Ethereally' from Auckland label Natalie Chan. Known for her sublimely pretty millinery, clothing and bridal wear, this capsule collection focuses on the bridal side of her business with stunning dresses, separates and head wear. It's lovely to see a modern, yet still romantic take on bridal outfits, these winsome creations are imagined in a suitably soft colour palette of ivory, butterscotch, dove grey and rose pink.  The delicate lace, filmy tulle and charming applique details certainly add to the whimsical feeling of this range which definitely lives up to its name.

Win a Céline Rita Dress to Celebrate Just So Pretty's 5th Birthday

Sunday, July 5, 2015







Happy 5th Birthday Just So Pretty! I can't believe it's been 5 years since I started this blog already, it's gone by really quickly and so much has happened in that time. I'm so grateful for all the support and encouragement I've received from my readers, the fashion community and my friends and family. I've been fortunate enough to meet so many wonderful people, share in their creativity and travel all over the world persuing my love of fashion. Thank you to everyone who has been a part of my journey so far and I can't wait to see what the next 5 years brings. 

Paolo Sebastian's Couture Nightingales

Friday, July 3, 2015

Paolo Sebastian's Illusion gown from his SS15/16 collection 'The Nightingale'


Paolo Sebastian certainly knows how to sweep his followers up in a couture fairytale, his latest collection for SS15/16 titled 'The Nightingale' is absolutely enchanting. Interestingly, the nightingale has long been a symbol for poets and poetry as it's melodic nocturnal song is regarded as highly creative. Unsurprisingly then it works perfectly as a cultural muse, in this case with a delightful whimsical effect. But back to the divine dresses, which are meticulously made works of art.

Lucy McIntosh's Modern Elegance

Monday, June 29, 2015

Lucy McIntosh's Gas dress from her SS15 collections


Elegance can be tricky to describe in words, but you know it when you see it and there's no question that Lucy McIntosh has it. Her collections possess a timeless feel while maintaining a contemporary edge in silhouettes that are feminine and carefully tailored with sculptural touches. There's a definite sophistication to these pieces and an understanding that dressing should be easy with options that complement each other in several combinations.

Karen Walker's Cocktail Hour

Monday, June 22, 2015


Karen Walker's Catalina Ruffle dress.


A lot has changed since Vogue first identified the Little Black Dress (LBD) as a shape of the future in 1926, back then it was Coco Chanel's simple yet elegant crepe de chine sheath which turned heads and changed the way women dressed. Fast forward to 2015 and black has become a staple in many wardrobes, and the LBD is worn at any opportunity, especially for evening wear. Karen Walker has recognised this in her new cocktail wear edit which teams the beautiful black dresses from her Elizabeth collection with gorgeous cocktail jewellery for a sophisticated effect.

Get to know The Gentlewoman Library

Monday, June 8, 2015

The current issue of The Gentlewoman featuring Bjork.



The Gentlewoman has been one of my favourite magazines since I first bought a copy while studying at the London College of Fashion a few years ago. At the time buying the magazine for a whole five pounds while being a fashion student was a luxury, but one that I afforded because of the depth of inspiration and knowledge I found in its pages in each issue.  Much like another of my favourite magazines, Love, The Gentlewoman is biannual which also meant I could justify the expense and when I moved back to New Zealand I made sure to pack my issues of it amongst my university folders.

That Seventies Spirit with Glassons edt. #5

Sunday, May 31, 2015


Glassons Split Sleeve Rollneck Top and Denim Skirt from their new edt. #5 collection.


Just in time for the arrival of winter, Glassons latest edt. #5 range has dropped in stores bringing with it the laidback charm of the seventies in a collection of easy to wear pieces.  Since the creation of the edt. range it's been extremely popular with key styles selling out quickly and each collection delivering good pieces with a higher end approach than the usual offerings from Glassons. With a focus on natural fabrics, including wool, silk, cotton and linen blends, this range takes classic shapes and gives them a modern twist like the deep-v of the flared dungarees which feel vintage-inspired but very much of the moment.

Ruby's Roitfeld Winter

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Ella from Ruby's High Street store in the Romy playsuit.


There's just something about French women, they certainly have an innate sense of style and it's unsurprising that many of fashion's muses are French, including Julia Restoin Roitfeld, who inspired Ruby's new High-Winter collection. She's the daughter of Carine Roitfeld, former editor of Vogue Paris, and the New York-based model and art director is a fashion favourite for her chic street style and beautifully curated Instagram which currently has a following of 195,000+.

My Favourite Fashion Films

Sunday, May 24, 2015

Image from RHIE 2014 - The Purgatory of Monotony.


Film was my first career love, as much as fashion has always been in my life, it was film school not fashion school I attended first and for eight years I worked in film and television, which is an era in my life I'm particularly fond of. I've always been a creative person and upon deciding to get into fashion I also wanted to keep the imagination and joy that I found with film in my fashion career too. Unsurprisingly then fashion films hold a great appeal for me and when I was researching a fashion film I was lucky enough to direct for Trelise Cooper a couple of years ago, I came across so many of them I enjoyed and now there's even more fashion films and whole festivals dedicated to them as well.

Journey to India with Cathy Pope Jewellery

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Model Ruby Rose wearing Cathy Pope Jewellery's new The Pink City collection.

Rose quartz has long been a favourite gemstone of mine, it's affectionately known as the 'love' stone and I'm always on the lookout to add another special rose quartz piece to my collection.  You can imagine my delight then when I saw that Cathy Pope Jewellery's latest range 'The Pink City' features rose quartz, along with pink rubies, deep blue aventurine and black rutile quartz in fine silver and gold settings.

Celebrating with Miss Crabb

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Stunning Miss Crabb dresses from their new custom collection.

There is no better way to make a special occasion more personal than by having a custom-made garment created just for you.  It's an idea that has gained traction again lately as more people are on the hunt for something individual, and now local label, Miss Crabb, has announced a new service to cater to those who want their own unique dress.  Utilising their gorgeous archive as well as current styles, customers can choose the adjustments, fabrics and colours they want to create their own one-off dream dress.

Amber Whitecliffe's Mumbai Madness

Friday, May 15, 2015

Don Bosco dress by Amber Whitecliffe from her 'Mumbai Madness' collection


One of the best things about travel is the inspiration it provides and India is certainly full of amazing sights.  Designer Amber Pinto from local label Amber Whitecliffe journeyed to Mumbai earlier this year, which is where she drew the colourful inspiration for her winter collection 'Mumbai Madness'. While New Zealanders adoration of black is widely known, Amber thought it would be fun to take the working woman's usual black wardrobe and add a clever juxtaposition in the form of exotic Indian prints and textures.  The result is a unique collection which melds gorgeous fabrics with flattering silhouettes to create a range of sophisticated office to evening looks.

Favourite Find: Macgraw's Miss Cavalleri Dress

Friday, May 8, 2015


macgraw Miss Cavalleri dress in blue lace.


Sometimes, there are those amazing items you come across that you can't help but want to share, even if they're so gorgeous you kind of want to keep them to yourself.  I realised that I should start documenting these pieces on this blog so I can share with you the things that I think you really must see as well as the usual new collections etc. that I post about.  Back when I first started this blog I used to do Monday must-have posts so this is kind of an updated version of that but will happen only when I find something truly special to share.  For the first post in this new series I've chosen this amazing Miss Cavalleri lace dress by macgraw, who are a Sydney-based label I've been following for the past three years since I first heard about them through a stylist friend of mine.

Peter Alexander Celebrates Super Mums

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Christie Brinkley and her daughter Sailor Brinkley-Cook in Peter Alexander's Mother's Day campaign.


Mother's Day is nearly here and this year much-loved sleepwear brand, Peter Alexander, are doing a special collection for it again, this time celebrating Super Mums.  The adorable campaign stars gorgeous supermodel Christie Brinkley and her beautiful daughter Sailor Brinkley-Cook, plus several other Super Mums from different decades to represent generations of the maternal bond.

Moochi's Dress Week: Winter 2015 Edition

Thursday, April 30, 2015

Motive dress from Moochi's Dress Week collection for winter 2015.


Dresses are the focus of my wardrobe and always have been, so you can imagine how much I love a whole week focused on them.  Moochi's dress week for winter 2015 starts tomorrow, Friday 1st May and celebrates ten new dress styles which perfectly capture their style of elegant modernity.  The dresses are designed to be occasion pieces but there's a few you can incorporate into your work wardrobe to make for more sophisticated day to night looks too.  They've perfected a great mix of soft draping, clever tailoring and feminine silhouettes to create beautiful outfits that look and feel luxurious too.

Willa and Mae's Winsome Nights

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Willa and Mae chemise from their new winter 2015 collection.



It's amazing how often not being able to find something you want is the motivation for making something yourself and that's exactly how local label, Willa and Mae, was created.  Mount Maunganui sisters Emma Clark and Rana Reuther spent much of their overseas travels trying to find the perfect silk sleepwear that was well-made, beautiful and most importantly comfortable.  When they couldn't find anything that matched the look and feel they were after they set about making it themselves, despite neither of them having any previous experience in the fashion industry.  It was a bold move, but after two years of research and trialling designs they released their first range late last year and since it has found favour with other New Zealand women now they're about to release their second collection.

Cast a Spell with Twenty-seven Names

Friday, April 24, 2015

School of Night coat and Atlantic Check dress from Twenty-seven Names 'Spellbound' collection.




As the days cool and winter slowly makes its way into the southern hemisphere, now feels like the best time to be talking about winter collections and this season is certainly going to be an enchanting one thanks to Twenty-seven Names.  The Wellington-based duo of Anjali Stewart and Rachel Easting design one of my go-to local labels and I was fortunate enough to have a quick chat with them about their favourite garments for winter, their fascinating new collection (I'm adoring those beautiful velvet pieces) and the big changes that have happened for their brand in the past year and a bit since we last talked fashion.

MBFWA 2015: My Favourite Collections

Monday, April 20, 2015

Madison Stubbington on the MBFWA runway for Watson X Watson

















Every fashion week I'm filled with anticipation at what will be coming down the runway and year on year there are always great surprises, welcome comebacks and so many beautiful clothes it's hard to narrow down a list of favourites.  This MBFWA I set out to write a list of my top ten collections but I couldn't narrow it down any further than these twelve, all of which caught my eye for different reasons.

MBFWA 2015: My FashioNZ Daily Reports

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Beautiful New Zealand model Amberley Colby on the MBFWA runway for Steven Khalil.


It's hard to believe another Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia is over already, I say it every year but they always go by in a blur and before I know it I'm on a plane home again.  This year I was reporting again for FashioNZ with my stylish companion and fellow Kiwi Craig Lawson, together we compiled daily show reports featuring every single show on the schedule.

Be Intrigued By Ingrid Starnes

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Gertrude dress from Ingrid Starnes' Winter 2015 collection.

There are few things more interesting or often asked in fashion then the inspiration behind a new collection.  In the case of local label, Ingrid Starnes, the answer is always an intriguing one and it begins with the collection title 'Le coups de foudre' which translates as 'the bolt of lightning'.  Starnes has taken a literary muse this season in the form of Gertrude Stein, the American-born but French residing writer and poet, who held famous salons at her apartment in Paris during her 40 year stay in the city from 1901 onwards.  She was great friends with many cultural figures of the time including Matisse, Picasso, Hemingway and F.Scott Fitzgerald and was well-known herself for her literary works and impressive modernist art collection.  The lightning from Starnes' title comes from the description of falling in love at first sight and the energy of that feeling, it references Stein's relationship with her partner Alice B. Toklas and also the strong relationships with her closest friends that helped inspire her work.

Alannah Hill's Romantic Autumn

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Dress and accessories from Alannah Hill's Autumn 2015 collection.



There are few things more romantic than rowboats and roses, combine them with beautiful clothes and you have the perfect ingredients for a fashion love story.  For Autumn 2015 Alannah Hill has done just that, creating gorgeous campaign imagery that is guaranteed to make those of us who are fans of the pretty things in life swoon on sight.  Now this label may have been known for its slightly quirky take on feminine fashion before, but in the past few years the collections have been elegant and sophisticated while retaining the vintage-inspired aesthetic that has always been at the heart of the brand.

Carlson's New Heights

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Primrose blouse and Range skirt from Carlson's Winter 2015 collection.

Literature and fashion have gone hand in hand for a long time, authors create such vivid worlds with their words it's unsurprising that many fashion designers want to bring them to life in their own way with their collections.  Taking inspiration from Emily Bronte's classic novel 'Wuthering Heights', this season Carlson has presented a suitably moody collection titled 'The Heights', that you could imagine would look right at home on the English moors in the book.  As is designer Tanya Carlson's signature, the collection is beautifully tailored, perfectly capturing the spirit of modern femininity with an effortless wearability.

Kelsey Genna's Floral Brides

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Bridal gowns from Kelsey Genna's latest collection.



Bridal wear has undergone a fascinating shift in recent years, with more brides moving away from the traditional white strapless princess gowns of the past and embracing unique and colourful looks instead for their big day.  Kelsey Genna, a talented young New Zealand designer, specialises in offering brides beautiful gowns to express their personalities so they can wear the dress of their dreams.  Her collections combine a youthful charm with timeless elegance in fabrics and tones that are simply divine.

Label To Love: For Love And Lemons

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Bat Your Lashes bra and knickers from For Love and Lemons Wanderlust collection



While summer may be on the cusp of fading here in New Zealand, things are slowly getting warmer elsewhere and I've been taking a brief break from looking at autumn collections in favour of some of the new spring collections overseas.  California label, For Love and Lemons, first came to my attention on Instagram for their romantic style and beautiful use of lace, as much as they make great clothes, it's their winsome lingerie that keeps me coming back to their website.

Anna Kendrick's On Pointe

Saturday, February 28, 2015


Anna Kendrick in Net-a-Porter's magazine The Edit.



It just so happens that this editorial from Net-a-porter's magazine The Edit features two of my current favourite things, one being ballet, and the other being actress Anna Kendrick.  I've recently gone back to ballet classes myself after a long absence from dancing, so it's interesting timing for me that this recent imagery has popped up right when I'm thinking about my dance wardrobe and incorporating some of it into my everyday wear.  One of the things I like best about this shoot and the current ballet-inspired trend is that the references are quite casual rather than literal, no big tutus here.  There's a softness and elegance to these looks which is exactly how I want my autumn wardrobe to be.

Deadly Ponies' French Fancies

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

New Deadly Ponies bags in blush and cheetah print with knotted bag charms.


Doesn't it feel like Deadly Ponies new handbags and bag charms would be right at home in the sumptuous court of Marie Antoinette?  The delicious accessorising of tarts and treats in these images certainly adds to that perception and it will come as no surprise that this season Deadly Ponies have entitled their new collection 'Pompernickel' which is indeed inspired by 18th century French luxury. Those familiar with the brand's work will know that these bags are impeccably made and finished to an exceptional standard which certainly adds to their status as highly-coveted accessories too.

Hand Made With Love In France

Sunday, February 22, 2015

A silk rose being assembled by hand at Maison Legeron.











There is nothing quite as hallowed in fashion as haute couture, the creations are painstakingly assembled by hand from the finest of materials, the finished results being garments that fantasies are made of and millions covet, yet they are worn by a select few who can afford the sky-high price tags. As much as many of us have exclaimed with delight over the photos on Style.com and the Instagrams of those fortunate enough to attend the haute couture shows, the outside world knew very little of the maisons who work with the ateliers of the couture houses, providing unique services that help bring these amazing creations to life.

Juliette Hogan's New York Winter

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Juliette Hogan's Wilde T and Dior Skirt from her Winter 2015 collection.
There are few winter collections I've been anticipating the arrival of as much as Juliette Hogan's 'Take it or leave it' range which showed on the runway at NZFW last year.  Aside from being one of my favourite local designers of the past decade, Juliette has consistently produced stellar collections that epitomise modern femininity and sophisticated wearability.  As part of the Spark Lab fashion season last week, she presented a session which dissected the ideas and inspiration behind her designs and her path over the course of her career which has seen her achieve great success.

A Vogue Road Trip: Taylor Swift And Karlie Kloss

Sunday, February 15, 2015



Celebrating relationships in their many forms seems to be a common theme lately, so it's lovely to see Vogue honouring female friendship with their new cover of best friends (who could also pass as sisters) Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss.  In an age where a lot of celebrity friendships are documented on Instagram (including Taylor's and Karlie's) it's fascinating to hear the stories behind the photos and the interview that's online certainly makes for an interesting read.

Kate Sylvester's Novel Winter

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Kate Sylvester Birdie dress from her new Tartt collection












The art of storytelling is one that lends itself surprisingly well to fashion, a good designer can set the
scene for a journey as evocative as one written with words.  Kate Sylvester is one such designer whose collections are carefully considered to tell a story through the construction of each garment and its styling.  She often and fittingly takes her inspiration from literature, one of her previous collections drew inspiration from Nancy Mitford's 'Love in a Cold Climate' and this season she has referenced Donna Tartt's 'The Secret History' and 'The Goldfinch'.  Kate's collection, simply entitled 'Tartt' interprets the classic, preppy fashion described in the novels with her signature feminine tailoring with a twist.

Lonely's New Love: Talisa

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Lonely Blair set in white from the new Talisa range.



I love this time of year, the sales have wound up and new season pieces are arriving everywhere, bringing with them fresh ideas, different colours and the promise of more to come.  Among the new arrivals is Lonely lingerie's latest collection entitled 'Talisa' which is a range I've been anticipating for a while.  Lonely has become one of favourite lingerie brands over the past few seasons and I've added more of their pieces to my wardrobe with every passing season as I love their beautiful, soft fabrics and comfortable fit which I also find really flattering on my shape.  

Liam's Leading Lady: Emily Miller-Sharma

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Liam Diffuse dress from Autumn 2015  







Could you imagine designing your own wardrobe every season with the only real limit being your imagination?  As the designer for local label Liam, Emily Miller-Sharma comes up with each collection herself, aided by her design team.  It's a seasonal task that begins with finding inspiration and then figuring out the practicalities of how to turn it into a collection.  Liam is several season in now, having launched at New Zealand Fashion Week 2011, and it's continuing to grow with each range, allowing Emily to demonstrate her impeccable skills as a designer.  

Spark Lab's Fashion Month

Friday, January 23, 2015


February is set to be an exciting month for New Zealand fashion with Spark Lab's Fashion Month offering a series of free events for those wanting to make a career in the fashion business or have an interest in how it works.  Following on from their successful Music Month in November last year, Spark are bringing back Spark Lab from February 3 - 27 with a great selection of successful fashion businesses from Zambesi to Juliette Hogan and many others offering their knowledge and an inside look at their brands.  
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