Monday, 30 September 2013
Sunday, 29 September 2013
Last Wednesday, Juliette Hogan presented her Winter 2014 collection at Hopetoun Alpha, an enchanting little historic building in Auckland. The show began with a beautiful short film featuring Ngahuia Williams as the protagonist turning her back on a life of crime and a man no good for her. This notion of a strong woman is carried right through the collection that followed after. Entitled Lose Yourself... the collection was not overly complicated and had an understated sophistication to it. Neat tailored cuts sat next to more relaxed pieces, all in a beautiful range of fabrics. The feminine aesthetic had a good dose of masculine edge with the inclusion of men's style coats, trousers and bomber jackets. This was most notable in the first look, and also our favourite, worn by Georgia Fowler. Click through to see what we saw.
Saturday, 28 September 2013
Friday, 27 September 2013
We thought Angelique, director of Publicity PR looked stylish in this all black ensemble including this gorgeous vintage cape she has paired with a fur piece from Country Road. Her beautiful rings are by Nga Waiata, handbag by Chloe and sunnies by Graz. Her boots are by Steve Madden and leggings by Zambesi.
Thursday, 26 September 2013
Wednesday, 25 September 2013
We thought Zeenat looked refined and elegant in this vintage kimono paired with a modern necklace by Underground Sundae. Her pumps are by Michael Kors and her rings are vintage rings from India.
Tuesday, 24 September 2013
Tina from Remix Magazine looked striking in this black and white ensemble with a couple of strong pops of red from her amazing hair colour, lip colour and great manicure. The bold lines of her look paired with the delicate choices in accessories including this belt from Karen Walker and necklace from Mimco, made for an interesting look. Her pants are by Helen Cherry, shirt by Ruby, jacket by Camilla and Marc, boots by Mi Piaci and ring (on her left hand) by Look Delicious.
Monday, 23 September 2013
Sunday, 22 September 2013
Everytime we visit New York, we fall in love with this city all over again. There is no city in the world quite as vibrant and crazy as New York and we already can't wait to go back. This trip was planned very last minute (like a few days before we left!) and was meant as a relaxing post-NZFW trip and although there were relatively relaxing moments, New York isn't really where you go to de-stress after a week of fashion. It was actually the opposite with New York Fashion Week taking place while we were there. Highlights included the Karen Walker SS/14 show, an awesome rooftop party thrown by RewardStyle and also the Bec&Bridge trunk show at Owen and meeting New York street style guru Bill Cunningham. The rest of the time we spent exploring/eating/drinking our way through the streets of Soho, the Meat-packing district, East Village, Tribeca and the Lower East Side. Here is our week through the lens of our iPhones.
- Alex & Mino