The juggle of parenthood, farm life and all that rural living brings with it can be a stalwart on creativity and ventures outside of the domestic household. However, for Bex Hayman, the pursual of an idea that had been bubbling away for some time has opened up the door for a new career in jewellery and product design.
Fashion buyer for Christchurch’s iconic family-owned Ballantynes department store’s Contemporary Lounge, The Atrium and Women’s Footwear, Georgie Mears loves seeing the latest trends first. But in the high stakes world of fashion, being a buyer is as much an art as it is a science.
Following her passion for creativity and design, Lucy Polson of Geraldine is making her name on an international scale.
Eyebrows are easy to underestimate if you’re lucky enough to have them. But they are an essential element of the face, helping to define features and express emotion – just ask anyone who has thin, fair or non-existent brows.
Art Do, Christchurch Art Gallery Foundation’s gallery gala, brings together the greats of art, fashion, food, drink, design and music for an immersive night of experiences.
Ahead of the Art Do Dinner and Art Do Party (26, 27 July) we talk with Director of Christchurch Art Gallery Blair Jackson about how they plan to celebrate great art and push traditional boundaries in Ōtautahi Christchurch.
Vanessa Cumming from Canon Street Optometrists guides us through the latest trends in ladies’ eyewear.