All over the country at present people seem to be protesting over the loss of their Post Offices. In rural communities I completely understand the importance of a Post Office. Growing up in a small provincial town the Post Office was the heart of our community long before you could buy a panini at a cafe or tweet and use facebook. I remember going there as a child and watching all the clerks running around stamping and franking frantically. Every so often my Father would buy a first day cover for his stamp collection. They were amazing places to visit but things have changed so much that they no longer have a place. I am sure there are people who don't even know what a stamp is let alone understand why you would collect them or even send a letter. It's a shame but also inevitable.
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...