With Flying Nun turning 30 I realise that makes me a lot older than that.
I am glad they are still going and even getting stronger. I have always loved what they do, especially the art work.
Spending many of my formative years in the South Island meant I was very close to the evolution of Flying Nun drinking with the bands, watching them perform and even living next door to them.
I guess everyone has a Flying Nun story and over the years I have been lucky enough to work with many of the artists through various projects including the original tee shirt project for little brother.
Well done to all the artists, many who played in the bands as well as designing album sleeves and putting up the posters.
This is or cultural history: Celebrate it.
It’s been a challenging time to get married recently, and we have heard so many stories of recent weddings having been affected by COVID-19. With border restrictions easing and postponed events now being able to be rebooked, it makes us more excited than ever to be looking ahead to the 2022 wedding season, and we’re...
Jeans might come from a different clothing tradition than tailoring, but they're a fundamental part of any man's wardrobe and with Crane Brothers Denim, we can now make them with the same level of craft and construction that's usually reserved for handmade suiting.
Knitwear is a fundamental part of any wardrobe - whether you're wearing it on its own or layering it with a shirt and tailoring, it offers warmth, comfort and ease of wear. For New Zealand's changeable climate, that’s doubly true - having a soft, adaptable layer that can be easily added to an outfit is...