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EventsAW13 sneak peek
Sneak peek of behind the scenes from the Autumn/ winter 2013 Lookbook shoot. Model Rosie Herman from Red11
Posted in Autumn/Winter 2013
One day ONLY sample sale
Posted in Autumn/Winter 2012
Store profile - Interview with owner of Salisbury Boutique
We caught up for a quick chat with owner of Salisbury Boutique, the latest store to stock Lucy McIntosh
Q. Tell us about your store.
A. Salisbury Boutique was born out of love for Dunedin, heritage, design, fashion and quality
New Zealand products. Established in 2011, in Dunedin, Salisbury Boutique’s flagship
boutique is located in the heart of the chic historic precinct at Salisbury House,104 Bond
Street. Owned and operated by internationally recognised archaeologists Hayden and Sheryl,
Salisbury is the ultimate in destination shopping, specialising in top-quality, high-end NZ made
design and fashion products. Together they source New Zealand’s latest new designers and provide
an outlet for New Zealand’s most fashion conscious to purchase tomorrow’s next big label today.
Salisbury Boutique specialises in our next generation of labels who are hot on the latest trends.
Q. What cant Salisbury live without?
A. Our store could not live without our awesome NZ designers producing high end, exclusively
NZ made products. Without them we wouldn’t have much at all!
Q. What do you think attracts people to your boutique?
A. I think people come to us because they can get unique one off pieces that are special to them.
People do not spend like they used to so now many people purchase items that they have a
connection with. Nothing feels better than buying something no one else has. Not only that, we
provide people with a direct link to our biggest and brightest upcoming designers.
Q. What attracted you to the Lucy McIntosh brand?
A. We first saw this brand at WFW (Wellington Fashion Week) and we loved the fresh
simple designs paired with block colours and feminine nature. We saw a definite
market for this product in Dunedin in addition to a wider national and international audience.
When we met Lucy, there was also a great connection between her and the product that
I find is very important. Her passion, drive and determination to succeed with such a
marketable, well thought out product is inspiring.
Q. What are your favorite pieces from the Lucy McIntosh Spring/Summer 2012 collection?
A. It is hard to pick a favourite piece however I must admit I am very partial to the Gehry
coat. A great fitting, unique coat is hard to find at the best of times and I am looking
forward to them coming in store.
Posted in Stores, Spring/Summer 2012
Spring/summer 2012 in stores start of August
The first Spring/Summer 12 drop will be in stores first week of August. Numbers are limited, so be in quick!
Harry’s Boutique, wellington. Where the Fox Lives, Christchurch. Salisbury, Dunedin.
Posted in Spring/Summer 2012
Autumn/Winter 2013 inspiration
Astrid Fitzgerald’s work can be described as an exquisite order of fundamental geometric forms. Her work follows an immersion
into the philosophical geometry of proportions.
Fitzgerald’s main aim is to always express the subtle shifts from depth to surface, from the insubstantial to the concrete, from
emptiness to fullness, from inner to outer realities, but always questioning the apparent solidity of matter, surface and material.
Posted in Autumn/Winter 2013
Wellington Fashion Week overview
Image by Touchlight Photography
WGTN Fashion Week – Day three: Show day. Making my debut into the fashion world at Wellington Fashion Week
was always going to be a risk, but as a new brand it was a decision which was fundamental in getting noticed b
the wider public. Being its first year I was not sure what to expect. Cameron Sneddon, the creative director, and the
entire WGTN Fashion Week team did a fantastic job of putting the show together.
Being supported by one of my stockists, Harry’s boutique, is what any designer wishes for. Having
the backing of such a successful boutique and business made my experience throughout the week that
much easier. I am so thankful to Liz and the Harrys team for being so supportive through out this event.
Posted in Spring/Summer 2013, Wellington Fashion Week
Fashion has no age limit
Is eighty the new thirty? People today have the methods to challenge and defy age and make the most
of what they’ve got to peel off the calendar years to simply look marvelous in a way that is timeless.
These women, all 80+ show that it’s really not about the age you are, but about the age you appear.
In my opion, style + age = fashion.
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