Dial M for Mambo

Crossing aesthetic borders NZ-born designer Marcelle Lunam leads “a new breed of artists cum designers redefining Australian streetwear”. Lunam is designer for Mambo’s “reverse diffusion” range ‘M’ – merging street and pop culture and recently picked up by UK department stores Selfridges and Harvey Nichols, as well as directing music videos. “We are impressed” says the Sydney Morning Herald. Lunam on cutting it up: “I like something if its got a sense of good design or if it’s interesting or individual.”


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“Made with Care” showcases New Zealand’s food and beverage on world stage

“Made with Care” showcases New Zealand’s food and beverage on world stage

New Zealand Trade and Enterprise (NZTE) has launched a new campaign to promote New Zealand’s world-leading food and beverage overseas. The campaign comes at a time when borders are closed and…