5 things we loved this week

22 March 2024
By Fashion Quarterly

The chill is coming! Rug up in the latest threads from Shjark, Paris Georgia and NOM*d; get your daily dose of wellness with Jeuneora; plus we tell you about the sample sale you won’t want to miss.

1. In her element

Since first launching in 2015, Paris Georgia has solidified itself as a label loved by It-girls everywhere. Regularly donned by A-listers such as Dua Lipa and Kendall Jenner, the brand has found a fittingly cool new muse to front their latest ‘Elemental’ campaign: LA actress and entrepreneur, Stephanie Suganami (who you may also recognise as Kim Kardashian’s former PA). As the latest iteration of the brand’s core range, the new collection offers an array of timeless staple styles that can be worn year round. Born from a realisation of what was missing in both designers Paris Mitchell Temple and Georgia Cherrie’s own wardrobes, all Elemental collections are designed with versatility and wearability in mind. Comprising mostly monochromatic and neutral basics, you’ll also find complementary hues of army green, chocolate and blue amongst the line up.

Elemental 05 is available to shop now at parisgeorgia.com

2. Go with your gut

We could all use a little wellness boost when the seasons change. This week, the team at Jeuneora have unveiled their latest innovative supplement Greens+, a gut-loving super powder packed with an array of  vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. “We know that modern diets can disrupt the delicate balance of beneficial bacteria in our gut which can in turn impact our digestive health,” said Jeuneora founder, Monique Kaminski. Formulated with a specific blend of superfoods, plant extracts, fermented prebiotics and digestive enzymes, Greens+ helps to support digestive comfort by aiding nutrient absorption in the gut and reducing bloating. Lightly flavoured with lemon and mint, we can confirm that this is a delicious and nutritious way to kick start your morning.

Jeuneora Greens+ is available now at jeuneora.co.nz

3. Her majesty

Regal seems a fitting word to describe Shjark’s latest collection for AW24. Drawing inspiration from the heritage of British hunting culture and the opulent halls of the French court, the collection is rich with luxurious and tactile fabrications, including silk satins, tweed, cashmere, plush wools, and velvets. Leaning into a predominantly deep autumn palette of chocolate and biscuit tones, the collection invites you to implement a splash of bold colour into your ensemble through touches of jewel-tone violet and jade. With the brand’s unwavering focus on classic, timeless style, you can expect plenty of tailored coats, crisp blouses and trousers to drop over the coming months.

The first drop of Shjark’s AW24 collection is available online now.

4. Checkmate

Beloved for their gothic aesthetic and subversive silhouettes, NOM*d’s newest collection ‘Visionnaire’ is a suitably moody ode to autumn. Staying true to the brand codes, Visionnaire features an array of bold prints, graphics tees, coats and knits designed to be layered together in unexpected combinations. According to NOM*d founder and designer, Margi Robertson, the Visionnaire woman isn’t afraid to stand out from the crowd. “She is among us, ageless, but with a telescopic view of eons. She is clothed to weather these sands, kept warm by the wool Baron Coat, in rich hues of burgundy and blue,” says Roberston. “Her namesake, the Hildegard Dress, has a sharp silhouette – a square neckline cut in soft twill suiting. Sure in her own vision, she forges the future in the Smith Overall.” Though sticking mainly to their signature palette of black, navy, and burgundy, we’re looking forward to having a Clueless moment in the collection’s standout yellow tartan print.

Shop the collection online now at nomdstore.com

5. Arm candy

In the market for a chic new accoutrement? Local label Georgia Jay is hosting their annual sample sale this Saturday, and if last year’s queues are anything to go by, it’s sure to be a busy affair. Renowned for her buttery Italian leather bags available in just about every shade of the rainbow, founder Georgia Davison hand makes each piece in her Symonds Street studio. On offer this year at the sale will be exclusive one-off styles, colours and  prints, as well as current and archive pieces. Though the sale will be running all day, we suggest arriving bright and early to secure your bag of choice.

The sample sale will be this on between 10am and 5pm this Saturday the 23rd of March at Georgia Jay’s studio — 191b Symonds Street, Auckland.


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