Dream Covered

Auckland-based designers Stolen Girlfriend’s Club — a pop culture label co-founded by Marc Moore, Luke Harwood and Dan Gosling — are represented on the cover of Nylon Japan’s latest issue, with Japanese singer and fashion icon Koda Kumi wearing a T-shirt from the Club’s collection. Designer Marc Moore said the cover was a dream come true. “Finally we get some of our clothes on the cover of a magazine. It’s taken a while, we have always wondered when or if it would ever happen,’ Moore said. “We are working hard on the Japanese market, so to have our T-shirt featured on the cover of Nylon Japan will only help our campaign. Definitely a great way to start the New Year.” Stolen Girlfriend’s describe their beginnings on Myspace: “We started out as an art band but nobody liked our music. So we tried to be artists but got sued for copying Basquiat. Then we wanted to be pro surfers but everyone was doing it. So we traded it all for high fashion/low income.”


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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…