NZ Life & Leisure


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Cranfields has been designing and curating beautiful accessorie­s, homewares and furniture since 1991. To celebrate the store’s 30th birthday, Whanganui jewellery designer Emma Cunningham has designed a limited- edition necklace collection inspired by six native birds. Cranfields is giving one lucky winner this mixed-material necklace from Emma’s collection, valued at $ 395.


Be in to win one of two hampers full of awardwinni­ng products from the 2021 Outstandin­g NZ Food Producer Awards, valued at more than $ 100 each. Each hamper includes foods from Augustines of Central, Molly Woppy, Proper Crisps, Taipa Salt, Pinoli Pine Nuts, Sweetree Honey, Foundry Chocolate, and Pure Delish.


Be in to win an award- winning chair by Revology, valued at $ 860. Alex Guichard and Monique Kelly, owners of the concept store of the same name in Wānaka, designed their flagship chair using 100 per cent natural and repairable materials. The couple believes in circular design, an ethos for creating products that can be used for generation­s to come. The chair, made with flax fibres and plantbased resin, has featured twice at the Venice Design Biennale and has won several design and sustainabi­lity awards. Meet Alex and Monique on page 82.


Troy Bramley and Claire Edwards work as a team to gather pāua from the seafloor and collect crays from pots along the South Wairarapa coast. Their catch- to- order business, Tora Collective, means no seafood goes to waste. Meet the winners of this year’s NZ Life & Leisure Spirit of New Zealand Award on page 108. Plus, be in to win a live pāua and crayfish gift pack from Tora Collective, valued at $ 240.

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