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1 THE PRINTS… Slim Aarons’ pho­to­graphs cap­ture the glam­our of the 50s and 60s jet set, or, as he re­port­edly de­scribed it, “at­trac­tive peo­ple do­ing at­trac­tive things in at­trac­tive places”. His fab­u­lous prints (from $820 un­framed) are avail­able from Matakana home­ware store Green with Envy, in­clud­ing scenes from a pool­side party in Palm Springs to sun­bathers and para­sols in Posi­tano. 2 THE DE­SIGNER… Go, Kiwi! New York-based New Zealan­der Clau­dia Li made head­lines with her New York Fash­ion Week show fea­tur­ing an all-Asian cast. The Chi­nese de­signer, who was named in Forbes’ an­nual “30 Un­der 30” list last year, was in­spired by Mount Cook lilies.

3 THE GOOD BUY… If in doubt, get it in black. eco­s­tore’s vanilla and co­conut hand and body washes are be­ing pack­aged in chic black bot­tles for a lim­ited time, made from re­cy­clable, sus­tain­able su­gar­cane plas­tic. For each bot­tle sold, eco­s­tore will give 20 cents to the char­ity Sus­tain­able Coast­lines. From $5.50. 4 THE TIP­PLE… Your search for the per­fect sum­mer sav is over. The 2018 Har­wood Hall Marl­bor­ough Sau­vi­gnon Blanc will be your go-to drop this sea­son. Named as a Top 50 Gold Medal wine in the New World Wine Awards 2018, Har­wood Hall wine­mak­ers Dig­ger Hen­nessy and Corey Hall have pro­duced a wine with that crisp, dry fin­ish we love, at an af­ford­able price. Avail­able through 135 New World stores na­tion­wide.


THE COL­LAB… If you like your fash­ion loud, look for the fun up­com­ing col­lab­o­ra­tion from Moschino and H&M. Fea­tur­ing 90s-in­spired prints – in­clud­ing Dis­ney car­toons and MTV prints – and kitsch ac­ces­sories (like this teddy-bear phone case, $70), the col­lec­tion will

be avail­able in H&M’s Auck­land Com­mer­cial Bay store from Novem­ber 8. There’s a leash and sweaters

for dogs, too.


THE SHOW… Fresh from her best com­edy show win at the Ed­in­burgh Fringe Fes­ti­val,

Rose Matafeo is lend­ing her tal­ents to Auck­land’s Base­ment Theatre’s an­nual Christ­mas show. Riff­ing on the idea of the of­fice party, Rose has writ­ten this year’s play, Work Do, with friend Alice Sned­den. From Novem­ber 29

to De­cem­ber 21; base­mentthe­ 7

THE T-SHIRT… Who’s your woman of the year? Whether you want to wear it to up­lift your­self, or gift it to an­other spe­cial woman in your life, our new slo­gan T-shirt is set to be an in­spir­ing sum­mer wardrobe clas­sic. Avail­able in black, grey and white, they’re $40 and avail­able to buy


now from

8 BOOK… We’re all about in­cred­i­ble women, but amaz­ing men need to be cel­e­brated too. Oh Boy: A Sto­ry­book of Epic NZ Men by Stu­art Lip­shaw (Pen­guin, $45) is a coun­ter­part to the

pop­u­lar Go Girl book, fea­tur­ing the sto­ries of those who prove there are many ways to be a top Kiwi bloke.


THE LIP­STICK… Love Chanel, Karl Lager­feld and lip­stick? King Karl has

teamed up with iconic Aus­tralian beauty brand ModelCo to launch his first makeup col­lec­tion. Can’t wait to check it out?

You can get your hands on his highly wear­able, ul­ti­mate nude Luxe Cream lip­stick next month, which is our gift to you in the De­cem­ber is­sue of NEXT

(while stocks last and only in se­lected re­tail­ers). 10

THE DI­REC­TOR… A fi­nal­ist for the

NEXT Woman of the Year 2018, di­rec­tor Pietra Bret­tkelly has devel­oped a name for her doc­u­men­taries. Her lat­est film Yel­low is

For­bid­den, screens na­tion­wide in Novem­ber and ex­plores the work of Chi­nese de­signer Guo Pei, who is known in the West for cre­at­ing Ri­hanna’s yel­low Met

Gala gown in 2015.

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