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Style: September 07, 2018

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12 STYLE | contributors Our Style people Bridget Coles has been finessing timeless interior spaces for close to 15 years. With her sister Karen, she owns Furnishscene, which, as well as supplying stunning curtains and blinds, specialises in adding life and colour to Kiwi interiors. Bridget’s magical design aesthetic and refreshingly quirky interior styling is complemented by a magpie’s eye for sourcing beautiful products. Read her advice on how to dress up your bedroom on page 87. Andrea Hill remains as passionate about hair as she was when she entered the industry more than 30 years ago. The owner of Bliss Hair believes it’s a privilege to be a part of people’s lives. “Everybody is an individual and that’s where I start.” She’s counting down to Cup Day and summer – which will be spent alongside family and friends, boating with her daughter, and enjoying the great foodie spots Christchurch has to offer. See her handiwork in our fashion shoot. Evie Pitt – daughter of Nicola Quinn (Nicola Quinn Beauty & Day Spa) and granddaughter of the late Margaret Quinn (Quinn’s Fashion) – had her path set. A love for art, colour, people and fashion rolled into one, and a passion for makeup was born. Her artistry includes everything from showcasing a natural – yet mesmerising – creation, to delivering a high fashion avantgarde look. Evie loves the creativity of working alongside the team in Style’s fashion shoots. Charlie Rose Creative, Clemency Alice, Craig Wilson, Getty Images, iStock, Juilet Speedy, Ross Kiddie, Sarah Louise, Vanessa Ortynsky WHAT’S HOT OR NOT! HOT Hessian - The ultimate “it” material to be seen toting down the aisles. Gucci - Because there’s now a ‘New Zealand’ option for online shoppers. Personalisation - Putting your own spin on something classic, even Tiffany and Co. is offering it. Serena Williams - For rocking a Louis Vuitton x Nike tutu at the US Open – take that “catsuit” haters. Charity - Plenty of events promising a good time for your cash – don’t miss the Diamonds & Stars Tea Party (October 13), which is raising funds for Starship’s national air ambulance. NOT Zips - Understood on garments, grossly misunderstood on Kiwi roads. Supermarket bags - The ones that need their own trolley to get from the car to the shop and then take up more room than the shopping. Hot drinks - Leaving the ‘hot’ out does not validate your taking of our red notes. 210 moorhouse avenue ph 366-5678 Berlin extension taBle anD eFFe CHairs