In a fantastic piece of tongue and cheek branding Karl Lagerfeld erected his very own Chanel shopping centre for the Chanel Fall collection show.
Chanel-branded pasta, soft drinks, meats (a very cleverly packaged “Jambon Cambon”) cleaning products, home goods (a Chanel broom and doormat) and even eggs.
Garish signs in blue, red and yellow announced the daily specials, employees worked at checkouts wearing white cloaks over their button-downs shirts as the models traipsed the aisles.
There was even plastic Chanel shopping carts.
Good design is timeless, whether it’s a beautiful piece of clothing or a considered piece of furniture. It’s something that former Crane Brothers alum Daniel Johnson knows plenty about, and with Kiosk, his new vintage business, he’s approaching mid-century design with a fresh perspective, celebrating the colourful, the sculptural and the eccentric. We sat down...
Webb’s is running an extensive online auction of photographs of the Royal Family in New Zealand. The photographs are sourced from the Fairfax Media archives, an Aladdin's cave of imagery. Conveniently launched over Queen’s Birthday weekend, the auction is seeing frantic bidding wars erupt over these iconic photographs. There are over 700 photographs presented in more...
We realise that parking in the central city has its challenges so we are thrilled to announce that we can now offer a personalised parking solution on a by-appointment basis.