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5 things we love this week: forest inspired jewellery, a beauty retail exclusive & more

8 July 2021

Each week the Fashion Quarterly team rounds up what to read, buy, see, shop, drink and eat.

WORDS BY Hemma Vara

1. 'Forest' by Karen Walker

A beautiful new jewellery collection, ‘Forest’ by Karen Walker, launched yesterday, capturing the beauty, wisdom and mischievousness found in the woods.

Discover owls and foraged acorns, squirrels and mushrooms, all miniaturised into precious jewellery for every day.

2. MECCA to stock Charlotte Tilbury Beauty

There’s nothing like an exclusive beauty partnership to get us excited, and we’re pleased to announce that MECCA will soon stock Charlotte Tilbury Beauty, the in-demand beauty and skincare brand founded by British makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury.

From September, you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the Charlotte Tilbury universe at MECCA, and even try the cult product ‘Charlotte’s Magic Cream’, for the first time in New Zealand.

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3. Monmouth Glass Studio Sale

A modernist take on hand-blown glass, we’ve come to love Monmouth Glass objects for both their beauty and function.

Monmouth Glass is having a winter sale this Saturday at its studio in Henderson, Auckland, and you’re warmly invited. The sale includes a wide range of hand-blown lighting and vessels, seconds and samples, accompanied by hot filter coffee courtesy of Coffee Supreme.

4. Paris Haute Couture Week

CHANEL Fall-Winter 2021/22 Haute Couture
Christian Dior Haute Couture Autumn-Winter 2021-2022

Blurring the boundaries between art and fashion, Haute Couture Week is here, with an exhilarating and visually impressive schedule of shows and digital presentations. 

From Giambattista Valli and Chanel to Zuhair Murad, there are so many looks to love. Fashion Quarterly has you covered with post-runway coverage and inspiration via Instagram

5. Matariki Festival

The reappearance of the Matariki star cluster in the winter skies above Aotearoa is an important occasion, signalling the start of the Māori new year.

A time for whānau to come together to reflect on the year that’s been and plan for the year ahead, Matariki is celebrated with kai, kōrero, ceremony, and entertainment. 

Celebrate the Māori new year in Tāmaki Makaurau with Matariki Festival until 11 July 2021 and check out the many events on offer

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