Tag: New Zealand
When it comes to jewelry, everyone has their own unique taste and style preferences. The right pieces of designer jewelry from New Zealand can help elevate your everyday look, turning heads everywhere you go. In this blog post, we will explore various reasons why you should consider incorporating stunning pieces of New Zealand's designer jewelry into your daily wardrobe. We'll also provide some essential tips on how to do it right and discuss a couple of real-life examples for inspiration.
Loro Piana remains focused on its most iconic heritage fabrics: ZELANDER®, naturally resistant for dynamic lifestyles past and present
Following the new corporate textile campaign for the fabric Tasmanian® launched last July, Loro Piana continues to focus its energies on the excellence and exceptional, timeless performance of its most iconic fabrics. At the Milano Unica fair, for the SpringSummer 2019 collection, the spotlight will be on Zelander®, a family of fabrics made of New Zealand merino wool, characterised by their extraordinary resilience, as well as their lustre, elasticity and exquisitely warm, soft feel. These properties are all highlighted by studies carried out on the fabric’s outstanding performance, and by the refined, unique spinning and weaving techniques used by Loro Piana that guarantee the wearer will enjoy pure wool garments providing the utmost comfort and a perfect fit. This applies particularly to the Natural Stretch version: its rippling capacity means the wool has a natural “internal memory”, allowing the fibre to “remember” and return to its original shape, even after movements, wringing or crushing.
Escorial is a rare and luxurious wool from a small sheep originating from the Spanish Royal flocks of El Escorial, today only to be found in small numbers in Australia and New Zealand. The story of Escorial wool is one of remarkable rediscovery. Once a fibre prized by the 15th Century Spanish Royalty, Escorial's heritage, authenticity and rarity combine to make it the pinnacle of luxury today.
Over 40 years experience making quality tailor made suits and formal wear all over New Zealand. They have their own factory in New Zealand, where they make everything from formal suits, rugby uniforms, school uniform and high end fashion clothing. A key aspect of any suit is the fabric it's made from. Dorset tailor made suits are made from a superior wool fabric. Compare Dorset's suits, see and feel the difference. Not only do you get a better suit, but because you are getting your tailor made suit straight from the manufacturer, you pay less for better quality.
In 2006 Roman Daniels split away as a brand in its own right under the direction of Andrew Scarf, Roman Daniels Suit Club opened its flagship store in early 2011. Located at 55 York st Sydney or online.
This year Rembrandt celebrates 70 years of sartorial excellence. Since our beginning in 1946 our goal has always been to create mens clothing that looks great, fits perfectly, made from the worlds best fabric mills and is good value for money. They continue to make suits in their factory in New Zealand plus have a few international suppliers working with us who share their commitment to quality.
Jay Ryan (born Jay Bunyan) is a New Zealand actor, best known for his roles as Jack Scully in the Australian soap opera Neighbours, Kevin in the New Zealand comedy-drama series Go Girls and Vincent Keller in the American television series Beauty & the Beast.
Crane Brothers' goal is to create beautiful modern tailored garments with a permanence and style that will not date. They strive to achieve this by staying true to the founding principles of men’s tailoring whilst adopting our own contemporary approach.
We continue our journey among the environment-friendly fashion companies with Kowtow - a womenswear label, offering entirely organic cotton tops, dresses, coats and cardigans, bottoms and accessories.
WOW is New Zealand's largest arts show and each year a new theatrical world is created in which incredible garments are bought to life. This year 55,000 show goers attended from around the world. WOW® is a breathtaking spectacular of dance, theatre, music and art. The garments you see on stage are the award-contending designs selected from worldwide entries in the annual WOW Awards competition, which puts the simple, but challenging brief to designers - to take 'art off the wall and adorn onto the human form'.