Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

The rain won’t last forever..

Media Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


Website: www.inzivil.com


September 2008

The rain won’t last forever..

Beautiful dresses, faded denim, and neutral colours accented with bright highlights are some of the fresh ideas for spring at inzivil. Vintage hats and lightwashed denim are key, with inspiration taken from the early 90’s Ralph Lauren aesthetic.

Launched in winter 08, inzivil offers young designer talent including twentysevennames, Kathryn Wilson, Sera Lilly, Two white buddies and Ellery along with selected vintage pieces. We are continually looking for new design talent and adding new designers each season, offering an alternative to the mainstream.

Inzivil collates the latest trends and offers an utterly wearable range that mixes designer pieces together with a carefully edited vintage selection. We bring inzivil style to the forefront and push the boundaries of cool.


ENDS

© Scoop Media

 
 
 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

By May 2018: Wider, Earlier Microbead Ban

The sale and manufacture of wash-off products containing plastic microbeads will be banned in New Zealand earlier than previously expected, Associate Environment Minister Scott Simpson announced today. More>>

ALSO:

Snail-ier Mail: NZ Post To Ditch FastPost

New Zealand Post customers will see a change to how they can send priority mail from 1 January 2018. The FastPost service will no longer be available from this date. More>>

ALSO:

Property Institute: English Backs Of Debt To Income Plan

Property Institute of New Zealand Chief Executive Ashley Church is applauding today’s decision, by Prime Minister Bill English, to take Debt-to-income ratios off the table as a tool available to the Reserve Bank. More>>

ALSO:

Divesting: NZ Super Fund Shifts Passive Equities To Low-Carbon

The NZ$35 billion NZ Super Fund’s NZ$14 billion global passive equity portfolio, 40% of the overall Fund, is now low-carbon, the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation announced today. More>>

ALSO:

Split Decision - Appeal Planned: EPA Allows Taranaki Bight Seabed Mine

The Decision-making Committee, appointed by the Board of the Environmental Protection Authority to decide a marine consent application by Trans-Tasman Resources Ltd, has granted consent, subject to conditions, for the company to mine iron sands off the South Taranaki Bight. More>>

ALSO: