Fashion designer told her work wasn't 'Māori enough'

Kohi Woodman was told her designs for her street fashion label IndigenousASF weren't Māori enough. Her response? "It's Māori because I'm Māori."

Ina Malama is smashing toxic masculinity with soft pastel tones

Ina Malama is a burgeoning Kiwi fashion designer dressing guys up in delicious colour palettes. Her outfits will have you looking like an urbane Fabergé egg…

Ethical Fashion Guide

When you grab something from the rack do you think about who made it, how it was made or where it came from? We take a…

Hijab in Aotearoa

Unlike some other countries, muslim women in New Zealand can choose whether or not to wear their hijab or not. In the wake of recent events,…

Swap it Like It's Hot

There's a new way to shop and you don't have to spend a cent!
The Auckland Libraries' event Swap It Like It's Hot let shoppers trade…

nisa, the underwear label made by refugee women in Wellington

With a dream to provide refugees with meaningful employment and encourage sisterhood, Elisha started nisa: an underwear company with a difference.