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Undone Book Club #4

Undone Book Club #4

I’ve done a bit of a turnaround on the book for the coming month. I had something else in mind, but the book I’ve ended up choosing, How To Be Both by Ali Smith was on my shortlist for an earlier Undone Book Club (it was released in late 2014)…

Helena

Helena

Helena is modelling donated items for the #bridgethegapproject, a new initiative by Amanda Betts which helps us help others help themselves. We do this through Amanda’s work with CYFS’ Engaging Challenging Youth’ Team, Fostering Kids NZ and Youth Justice Residence. Amanda uses skills she’s learnt in her many years in the…

Take Us To The Tropics

Take Us To The Tropics

Winter is okay… but summer is better! So I like to pretend it’s always summer. Recently I relocated to the northern beaches so I can fit in more beach time, fresh air, green scenery and most importantly be close to the dreamy blue sea. This makes me the happiest floral…

Wool Week: Marina Davis

Wool Week: Marina Davis

We love wool, and this week is Choose Wool Week, so we thought we’d get involved by doing a series of little interviews featuring some of our favourite New Zealanders working with wool. Wool is a renewable and biodegradable fibre source, it’s beautiful, warm, versatile, natural, local and just plain lovely……

Wool Week: Ophelia Mikkelson

Wool Week: Ophelia Mikkelson

We love wool, and this week is Choose Wool Week, so we thought we’d get involved by doing a series of little interviews featuring some of our favourite New Zealanders working with wool. Wool is a renewable and biodegradable fibre source, it’s beautiful, warm, versatile, natural, local and just plain lovely……

Chloë Sevigny: No Time For Love

Chloë Sevigny: No Time For Love

Just when you thought Chloë Sevigny couldn’t get any cooler… BOOM. Presenting No Time For Love, a 28-page zine featuring photos of Chloë with former loves, sweetly disguised with one of our favourite things in life, cute stickers… Published on the occasion of I Never Read at the Art Book…

Wool Week: Amber D

Wool Week: Amber D

We love wool, and this week is Choose Wool Week, so we thought we’d get involved by doing a series of little interviews featuring some of our favourite New Zealanders working with wool. Wool is a renewable and biodegradable fibre source, it’s beautiful, warm, versatile, natural, local and just plain lovely……

Wool Week: Kate Megaw

Wool Week: Kate Megaw

We love wool, and this week is Choose Wool Week, so we thought we’d get involved by doing a series of little interviews featuring some of our favourite New Zealanders working with wool. Wool is a renewable and biodegradable fibre source, it’s beautiful, warm, versatile, natural, local and just plain lovely……

Wool Week: Christopher Duncan & Joe Yen

Wool Week: Christopher Duncan & Joe Yen

We love wool, and this week is Choose Wool Week, so we thought we’d get involved by doing a series of little interviews featuring some of our favourite New Zealanders working with wool. Wool is a renewable and biodegradable fibre source, it’s beautiful, warm, versatile, natural, local and just plain lovely……

Wool Week: Nicole Leybourne

Wool Week: Nicole Leybourne

We love wool, and this week is Choose Wool Week, so we thought we’d get involved by doing a series of little interviews featuring some of our favourite New Zealanders working with wool. Wool is a renewable and biodegradable fibre source, it’s beautiful, warm, versatile, natural, local and just plain lovely……

Wool Week: Harriet Were

Wool Week: Harriet Were

We love wool, and this week is Choose Wool Week, so we thought we’d get involved by doing a series of little interviews featuring some of our favourite New Zealanders working with wool. Wool is a renewable and biodegradable fibre source, it’s beautiful, warm, versatile, natural, local and just plain lovely……

Wool Week: Marta Buda

Wool Week: Marta Buda

We love wool, and this week is Choose Wool Week, so we thought we’d get involved by doing a series of little interviews featuring some of our favourite New Zealanders working with wool. Wool is a renewable and biodegradable fibre source, it’s beautiful, warm, versatile, natural, local and just plain lovely……

Undone Interiors: Ashleigh Scott Facialist

Undone Interiors: Ashleigh Scott Facialist

I had my best facial experience in years at Ashleigh Scott. She owns a little place hidden away in a corner of City Works Depot. Interior walls with great windows allow natural lights to lit the room, and complement the guest corner where you can enjoy a glass of cucumber…

Fashion Moments: May

Fashion Moments: May

Every month our Undone Girl and illustrator extraordinaire Lucy will be sketching up her favourite fashion moments… My May moments come courtesy of Queen B, proving that good things take time, arriving beautifully late in Givenchy to The Met Gala. Kendall Jenner setting the Instagram #ootd bar ridiculously high, sharing…

Make Your Own: Bathbombs

Make Your Own: Bathbombs

Bathbombs are a great pasttime of mine. As a child, it was an exciting experience all about the fizzies and pretty colours, but as I’ve become older it’s become a vital part of my self-soothe routine for when the world gets too much. Not all of us can afford the…

Undone Zodiac: Gemini

Undone Zodiac: Gemini

Gemini 21 May – 21 June Gemini is a mutable air sign ruled by Mercury and occupies the Zodiac home of communication. Known as Hermes in Greek mythology and the Roman messenger to the gods, he is often depicted wearing a winged hat and shoes – a nod to the…

Sunday Mix Tape: Songs of Myself

Sunday Mix Tape: Songs of Myself

“Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself. I am large, I contain multitudes.” – Walt Whitman The mind of the twenty-something is in a permanent state of disarray. Where to go. What to do. Who to love. When to stay. When to go. You will go mad…

The Broke Girl’s Guide To Gift-Wrapping

The Broke Girl’s Guide To Gift-Wrapping

For those of us who only have enough money for the gift. You will need: A box to fix the gift in The gift White paper Scissors An old magazine 1. Inner Layer Fit everything neatly into your gift box and wrap it tidily in the white paper. It doesn’t…

Undone Girl: Pia Crawford

Undone Girl: Pia Crawford

Meet our latest Undone Girl Pia and stay tuned for her DIY life tips and clever how-to guides on Undone Journal… I’m pretty awkward and clumsy most of the time. A usual day involves getting up and having some freshly ground coffee, painstakingly choosing an outfit for the day, going…

Undone Book Club #3

Undone Book Club #3

Happy weekend! Here’s our third Undone Book Club book: The Folded Clock, A Diary, by Heidi Julavits. I spend hours each month searching reviews and websites for just the right UBC book (see some others that made the shortlist below) and I’d looked at this title a few times but…

Whare Girls

Whare Girls

Whilst doing a stint at an interiors magazine a while back I came across ‘Whare In The Bush‘, an architectural and building project led by four awesome young women, Elisapeta Heta, Raukura Turei, Rebecca Green and Ruby Watson – to design and build from scratch a delightful, functional cabin in the…