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New York-based prop stylist Rachel Stickley talks about her wildly creative craft in the latest episode of the podcast My Heals Are Killing Me.
How do fledgling designers see the future of fashion?
The wunderkinds filling a gap in the market and going global while they do it.
On New Zealander Jonathan Thai's resume you’ll find work with Prada, Miu Miu, and no fewer than five Vogue magazines
The top award went to a designer with a jacket obsession.
Sonia Sly talks to three fashion photographers about breaking into the dog-eat-dog industry.
Alice Canton is coming face-to-face with her Chinese and Pakeha identity in a new show at The Basement Theatre.
Behind the scenes at iD Fashion Week’s International Emerging Designer Awards.
Emilia Wickstead has worked for Armani and Vogue; now she runs her own fashion house. Here are her tips on how to make it.
Hear from the local bloggers that are making their mark on the fashion industry.
In the lead up to New Zealand Fashion Week, we go inside the world of casting calls.
Wellington-based synthpop artist Lttle Phnx talks about finding a sound that's as unique as her story of growing up.
DJ Spell speaks on new technology, his love of vinyl and performing at the DMC finals in London.
For many of those pursuing their dreams, being able to support themselves within their chosen field feels like winning.
Sonia Sly made it to her son's first birthday – but it was no walk in the park.
Sonia Sly asks if street art has become a more accepted art form in today's society.
No one talks about racism here, and that perpetuates the myth that it doesn’t exist, writes Sonia Sly.