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Culture Fashion & Beauty Lifestyle People April 18, 2016




Clara Chon trained as an artist at Elam School of Fine Arts where she experimented with her knack for making wearable objects. She then extended this into a small accessories label, with a focus on keeping everything handmade. She creates tangible oxymorons, objects that serve as an unusual experience with the wearer. IMAGE: Neeve Woodward


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George & Willy are a small design and carpentry company from Mount Maunganui. They make a range of life tools for enthusiastic humans. Aiming to make products that are highly functional and used on a daily basis, they have a simplistic (steazy) style that never dates. See George and Willy online.


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This Instagram is an endless roll of tempting, delicious wholefoods buts it only gets better…it’s a real place. If you wander down New North Road through Kingsland, and keep a sharp eye out for Mondays Wholefoods. This gorgeous ivy-clad eatery serves up fresh, seasonal salads and soups that celebrate wholesome, natural ingredients and nutrient dense, cold-pressed juices and smoothies.




The Hadlow girls are five sisters passionate about finding amazing gastronomic and lifestyle experiences in New Zealand and abroad. They have a great website called “What’s Yummy” and are on Instagram. This is where you can find them hunting out the trendiest places to eat and drink in various cities, along with their daily motivations, baking and cooking endeavours, cool products they have tried, liked, and more.

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