Curate

Designer: Trelise Cooper
A woman’s first Trelise Cooper experience is the start of a lifetime love affair.

Each season, revealing the latest Trelise Cooper collection is like the unveiling of a romantic and eclectic art exhibition. Every piece in the range has been lovingly crafted using diverse fabrics and finishes to create the final beautiful result, which ultimately delights both the wearer and the observer.

Establishing her business in 1985, Trelise Cooper, the unconventional force behind New Zealand’s most successful fashion empire, has built her brand through trusting her own instincts as well as a natural sense of beauty and design by which the world has become intrigued.

Curate Celebrating a woman’s innate femininity is the thread that runs through every Trelise Cooper collection. Designing with the female form at the forefront of her mind, Trelise has been hailed for her attention to a woman’s needs. “A lot of attention, thought and love goes into each garment. Every detail and every pleat and pintuck is lovingly and carefully thought out. I think about a woman’s body, what she wants to reveal and what she wants to conceal. I think about what she might want to do in these clothes, who she might want to be with.”

Bamboo Body

Lookbook Summer 2021 The Maaike collection is the perfect mix of dark flowing silks mixed with more playful and sporty knits. Their custom fabrics are quickly becoming the cornerstone of their design seen in fluid digital silks as well as cotton knits with a more bold and graphic edge. Bamboo Body Pocket Pants , $113 […]

Obi

Designer: Jon Dyball
Jon Dyball joined the Obi Design Team 2010 and comes with 20 years experience across the clothing industry’s spectrum, from patternmaking and production through design in both men’s and women’s wear. Jon’s career began in menswear, where he spent eleven years mastering fine tailoring.

Eventually, with a need to expand his creative abilities, Jon delved head first into a new creative dimension, entering the “wonderful world of women’s wear”! Jon’s unique “handwriting” is playful and clever. Full of interesting elements and texture and using quality fabrications, his work fits perfectly into the Obi way of thinking.

Not to be grounded by life’s rules and regulations, Jon sees outside the square and happily explores the use of unconventional and unexpected design elements.

Lemon Tree

Designer: Sue O’Kane
I’m third generation clothing industry – my grandfather manufactured Kilts in Scotland and my father manufactured mens & ladies wear for Daks, Piccadilly, Burton The Tailors, Aquascutum Regent St London and more. You could say the rag trade is in my blood!

It’s exciting to have the opportunity to design stylish clothing that reflect practical needs of women whilst making them feel sexy and confident.

My collection’s combine beautiful textures with the season’s key looks, translated into effortlessly, wearable and co-ordinated pieces – everything our modern lives demand, everything I dreamed of creating.
I believe shopping should be easy and enjoyable, so I put my heart and soul into these garments to build a brand that you will love wearing as much as I do.

Moyuru

Moyuru is a Japanese clothing company with a focus on comfort. The team at Moyuru create their clothing line with a design approach of free expression and originality based on a relaxed mind. Key words behind Moyuru’s philosophy are Earth, Wind and Freedom

Rundholz Black

When you want to add some attitude to your look, our new label Rundholz Black is the answer. Distinctive with a different vibe, direct from Europe the label has the coolest interpretation of winter necessities. Drop dead gorgeous knits, balance elegance and edge, combining a soft handle with exaggerated shapes. A boundary pushing approach is applied to dresses and jackets with the perfect amount of punk rock appeal, ready to add a rebellious streak to everything you choose to wear them with.

Maaike

The Maaike collection is the perfect mix of dark flowing silks mixed with more playful and sporty knits.

Their custom fabrics are quickly becoming the cornerstone of their design seen in fluid digital silks as well as cotton knits with a more bold and graphic edge.

Jellicoe

Jellicoe is the passionate creation of Deeanne Hobbs. In 1991 the artist in her turned her flair for colour and design into a successful pot painting business. Her designs graced platters and vases and were sold throughout NZ. Her love for fashion continued to bubble below the surface however and she began to put her own designs onto fabric.
“I had done design work for other companies”, she says, “but realised it was time to turn my art work into something that could enhance fashion and be produce clothes that were completely different from anything else around. One thing just led to another”, she laughs.

Deeanne Hobbs

In 1991 Deeanne Hobbs turned her flair for colour and design into a successful pot painting business. Her designs graced platters and vases and were sold throughout NZ. Her love for fashion continued to bubble below the surface however and she began to put her own designs onto fabric.
“I had done design work for other companies”, she says, “but realised it was time to turn my art work into something that could enhance fashion and be produce clothes that were completely different from anything else around. One thing just led to another”, she laughs.