A FINE FILLY
Filigree Fine Jewels is on the move, with a new shop called Filly set to open at the Tannery this week.
Featuring a more youthful vibe and fashion-orientated styles, Filly is aimed at making the jewellery collection more accessible and affordable to a wider market, while still keeping the brand’s focus on high quality materials.
The store will also temporarily house Filigree, as the Montreal St store is closing to make way for a new location coming soon to Colombo St in Sydenham.
Check the website, filigree.co.nz for updates.
Punk plaids and pretty prints feature in the latest collection from Glassons, appropriately named Pretty in punk.
Styles range from leather-look skirts and checked shirts to long floral dresses and playsuits, along with some fluffy knit cardis and boyfriend sweaters that look ideal for winter layering. They’re available in store now or online at glassons.co.nz
Jane Daniels has teamed up with the ‘‘Pink Sisters’’ of MasterChef New Zealand to launch her winter collection with a high tea on Tuesday (March 18) in Merivale.
Along with styles from the new range, inspired by the colourful cities on the old Silk Road, guests can enjoy treats from Fiona and Bronwyn, as well as a performance by the lovely opera singer Polly Ott.
Tickets are $40 each and spaces are limited. The first show will be held at 11am,
WHAT I AM
followed by a second show at 2.30pm.
For more information, ask in store at Jane Daniels, 149 Victoria St, or call 03 379 8598.
WAVE YOUR FLAG
Funky prints, classic styles and cool outerwear make up the new collection from Auckland-based menswear label I Love Ugly.
Those prints range from a quirky ‘‘Englishman’’ character to cartoon illustrations, along with a fun flag motif that’s featured on a mix of shirts, jumpers and pants.
More classic styles include striped polo shirts and basic button-down shirts, as well as some very dapper checked blazers.
Selected styles are available at Indefinite Definite in Re:Start, or check out the brand online at iloveugly.net
Whether you like your jewellery bold and chunky or delicate and demure, Kagi’s new ‘‘I am’’ range has something to fit the bill.
The collection encourages women to celebrate their unique styles and features innovative new designs as well as pieces that extend on the brand’s bestsellers. These include mix and match earrings, pink pearls, cubist-inspired pendants and some interesting Dutch-inspired lucky charms.
Go to kagijewel lery.com to see the new styles or find local stockists.
Luxurious winter coats are one of the few things that make those cold weather days more bearable. And if you’re on the hunt for a new one, Gregory has some styles that are likely to tick all the boxes.
Chic long coats in classic beige and black will keep you warm for years to come, while the brand’s shorter jackets in trendy pastel shades will add some subtle colour to a wardrobe of winter whites and blacks.
And the rest of the new Gregory collection is no slouch, either – loose-fitting trousers, boxy tops and flared skirts are just some of the highlights from its elegant yet laidback range.
For local stockists, go to gregory.net.nz
Pretty in punk: AV-neck print playsuit, $49.99, and long-line fluffy cardigans, $39.99 each, feature in the new Glassons collection.
In the hood: I Love Ugly’s Big Flags hooded sweater, RRP$149, at Infinite Definite.
Warmand wonderful: Brave the winter months in style with Gregory’s Vienna coat, $599.