Our latest issue is dedicated to fashion - and it’s on sale now.
We have recently discovered the works of Melbourne-based artist and maker, Vipoo Srivilasa - and we can’t get enough.
Three street artists create limited edition scarves for Louis Vuitton’s seasonal collection.
Michael Barrett muses on a new tome about the cultural and fashion significance of David Bowie in his heyday.
This season’s hippest accessory: a vintage-inspired, polka-dot bicycle from Karen Walker Home.
Architect Zaha Hadid lends her futuristic design thinking to fashion footwear.
The winners of the Resene Architectural Design Awards are revealed.
A new Australian dwelling looks absolutely nothing like a conventional farmhouse.
Kathryn Wilson’s 10 Year Retrospective exhibition opens at Saatchi & Saatchi Gallery, Auckland.
Carmel Rowden discovers tassels are the darlings of the design world right now.
A range of woven homewares produced by hand, by two sets of friends.
International recognition for some of our favourite Auckland bars, eateries and coffee spots.
Kirsten Matthew talks to homewares and accessories designer Emma Hayes about her evocative, luxurious designs.
A collection of wearable, architectural creations inspired by the Gothic cathedrals of Croatia.
The childhood pals behind Superette talk to Kirsten Matthew about mixing fashion and furnishings.
An Auckland villa is transformed into a family home filled with curios and Victoriana.
A Hawke’s Bay fashion designer has settled her family and possessions into a beachside home in Perth.
A peek inside the Parisian apartment of designer and scenographer, Jean-Marc Gady.
The bold re-imagining of a Melbourne, Australia house sets the scene for an unexpected and dramatic interior.
Thousands of resin shoes line the walls of Camper’s new concept store in Madrid, Spain.
Manhattan, NYC’s Upper East Side is home to Brian Atwood’s glamorous new shoe shop.
The new Kurt Geiger store creates a striking contrast in its Covent Garden context.
A minimalist Dutch shoe store started life as two early-20th-century houses.
Christian Louboutin’s dramatic new London store was designed by Lee Broom.
Urbis visits the City of Light, home to all kinds of creative people.
This Brittany-born gallerist with a PhD in medieval art history has opened her own contemporary art gallery in Paris.
The designers behind Les Invasions Ephémères call the hip Paris suburb, Montreuil, home.
A Paris-based architect with a contemporary vision for her city (and a massive collection of shoes).