Through her work as textile artist and eco dyer, Karen Williamson of Nuku finds a spiritual connection to the land and its changing seasons. Using only natural resources, foraged from the local Kaipara landscape, Karen infuses prints of leaves, petals, seeds and bark into natural fibres to create a unique range of scarves, clothing and gifts. The name Nuku comes from te reo Māori, meaning earth. Karen lives in rural Kaiwaka and is building a sustainable lifestyle on a half-acre section with her husband, Luke.
Aren’t these just so comfy looking? These gorgeous pants in upcycled fabrics are one of a kind, and with their 95-114cm waistband stretch they make awesome preggy pants
From unique accessories to handmade haute couture, Felt is a goldmine for style leaders and the fashion conscious, so if you’ve got a fashionista to buy for this Christmas, you’re in the right place.
Bay of Plenty designer Sarah of Remnants Jewellery seeks out damaged, unwanted china and ceramics, and gives them a new lease of life as unique statement jewellery. She shapes the salvaged remnants into their final form and applies jeweller’s lead-free solder to frame and intricately embellish the cut ceramic.
Not only is this scarf completely gorgeous, it also has a fascinating story. Rosemary of Ruru Textiles in Rotorua dyes her textiles using the ancient Japanese art of shibori…
Oooh look! Summer’s here, so make sure you get to enjoy it with a gorgeous retro swimsuit from Swanwear…
From unique accessories to handmade haute couture, Felt is a goldmine for style leaders and the fashion conscious. If you’ve got a fashionista to buy for this Christmas, you’re in the right place.
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