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October 20, 2014

Stoneleigh launches limited-edition, early-release Nature’s Collection wines

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Stoneleigh has launched a new, limited-edition, early-release wine series, called Nature’s Collection, comprising 2014 vintages of sauvignon blanc, pinot noir, chardonnay and rosé, retailing now at NZ$17·99 in New Zealand.
   The Collection’s labels feature artwork with distinctive symbols, signifying flora, fauna, forest and coastline. The images within the symbols were taken by New Zealanders and uploaded to Stoneleigh via an app earlier this year.
   The Nature’s Collection name is not a marketing ploy: Stoneleigh began with fruit from the stony vineyards in Raparua in Marlborough. Winemaker Jamie Marfell (left) has used techniques that heighten the natural flavour and aroma.
   The sauvignon blanc, made from grapes from low-cropping vines, has a ‘complex flintiness’, with very little done to the wine to maintain the purity of the flavour. The pinot noir has a similar ‘natural brilliance,’ says Marfell, while large-format oak cuves have fermented the chardonnay for three months. The rosé has also been fermented with oak.
   â€˜Our stone-studded vineyards are a constant source of wonder, producing grapes for wines with incredible flavours and aromas. We wanted to celebrate not just our wonder of nature but all of the natural wonders in New Zealand,’ said Marfell.

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October 12, 2014

David Trubridge shows off artwork at World of Wearable Art celebrating Brancott Estate’s firsts

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Visitors to the Brancott Estate World of Wearable Art award show on Sunday night got an extra treat, as furniture and lighting designer David Trubridge showed off a crowdsourced artwork constructed from bamboo plywood to commemorate the concept of “memorable firsts”.
   The theme ties in not only to the World of Wearable Art, but from Brancott Estate’s pioneering heritage as the first to establish a vineyard in New Zealand’s South Island in the 1970s.
   Trubridge and Brancott Estate asked the New Zealand public to submit photographs representing a memorable first. The 500-plus submissions—which the company says ranged from weddings and a first trip abroad to the first blossom of spring—were printed using a red-and-white duotone effect on to lightweight bamboo plywood sheets, which formed the “feathers” in Trubridge’s giant winged creation.
   The artwork was revealed in a performance that resembled a bird taking off on its maiden flight, one of the inspirations Trubridge had. ‘The first thing that jumped into my mind was the image of a young gannet sitting on the edge of the cliff. The first time it flies is the start of its journey all the way to Australia. It takes off and it doesn’t stop,’ he says. The wearer gradually flexed before revealing the full form and all the images with arms outstretched.
   Trubridge had the help of his family in creating the performance, including his wife, Linda, who is an artist, and his son, Sam, who is a member of the performing arts’ faculty at Massey University.
   The wings were held together with twine, and move with the wearer. It presented a new challenge to Trubridge, as he was not accustomed to creating something that would be worn.
   â€˜The process of creating this artwork has taken my team and I on an amazing creative journey and exploration that has led us to many creative firsts. It’s a project I’m very proud to have taken part in,’ says Trubridge.
   â€˜It’s not a single pendant, fixed light or object, it requires a degree of flexibility. Creating something that can transform from a cloak to a wing was a challenge as my work is usually a closed form. We had to have the ability for it to go from one shape to another and flex and move with the figure and that’s a whole new, exciting, pioneering first for us.’
   â€˜David has combined memorable firsts from the New Zealand public into a poetic, moving, kinetic piece of wearable art. The final creation truly embodies the pioneering spirit of Brancott Estate and WOW,’ says Brancott Estate’s chief winemaker, Patrick Materman.
   The artwork was shown at the Brancott Estate bar at the TSB Arena, and a filmed performance can be seen on the website at www.brancottestatewow.co.nz.

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October 11, 2014

The Healthy Harlequin, masked culinary superheroine, débuts at Comic-Con

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Cosplay is very much part of the 2010s lexicon and culture, and what better way to get reminders about staying fit and healthy than to bring the message right to the media people use today?
   The Healthy Harlequin, who officially launched at Comic-Con at New York this week, will present short videos and images via Instagram and other media with recipes, tips and techniques about healthy eating.
   And she hasn’t just emerged on the scene. We’ve been following Healthy Harlequin, the new masked superheroine, over the many months leading up to this launch, and there’s an entire a comic book origin story to how she came into being.
   The Healthy Harlequin told Lucire that ‘putting on a mask can make you more bold, more outgoing,’ and her aim is ‘empowering people (mainly women) to get back in the kitchen … but to take health in their own hands.’
   She added in a release, ‘I’m fighting bad health’s lies with truth, body positivity, and tasty treats.’
   â€˜She’s like your smart, sassy older sister teaching you what’s up in the kitchen—she just happens to be a superhero,’ according to Faith Kates, owner of Next Models, which represents Healthy Harlequin.
   â€˜She’s not afraid to make a mess in the kitchen, and that’s fun to watch,’ says Scott Feldman, founder of chefs’ agency Two-Twelve Management, which represents Top Chef’s Tom Colicchio and The Kitchen’s Geoffrey Zakarian.
   What we love: she’s body-positive and unapologetically flawed so we can relate to her—and her advice is good for our health.
   Her lessons include how to remove the beans from a vanilla pod to making creamy nut milks, and each episode builds on the last.
   Follow HealthyHarlequin on Instagram, HarlequinHealth on Twitter, her Tumblr site (where you can watch her first episode), or visit the website at www.healthyharlequin.com.

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Photos: HM the Queen bestows honorary award on Angelina Jolie

Lucire staff/10.08

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Actress and humanitarian Angelina Jolie can now add the letters GCMG after her name, after receiving an honour at Buckingham Palace from HM Queen Elizabeth II.
   During her audience with the Queen, Jolie was presented with the insignia of an Honorary Dame Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George.
   The Queen awarded Jolie the honour from the 1844 room at the palace, for her work fighting sexual violence and for services to UK foreign policy.
   Jolie cannot be addressed as Dame, being a US citizen.
   Jolie chose to wear Ralph & Russo to the Palace. She wore a dove grey, wool crepe peplum jacket and pencil skirt with cinching belt and silk chiffon bow neck tie, inspired by a tailored piece from their spring–summer 2014 couture collection.
   She was recognized in the Diplomatic Service and Overseas Birthday 2014 honours’ list.
   Jolie’s husband Brad Pitt and their six children were present. Buckingham Palace said Jolie spent 20 minutes with the Queen.


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October 10, 2014

The quality of Kare: German furniture brand has VIP München flagship opening

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Kare, the German furniture brand, opened its flagship store in München, on the Drygalski-Allee, on Thursday.
   Kare Kraftwerk’s founders, Jürgen Reiter and Peter Schönhofen, invited Bonnie Tyler as guest of honour to perform at the store, which is housed in a 1960s power station.
   The new store has a display area of 10,000 m² over five floors, and will be home to cultural and artistic events as well as the Kraftwerk Kitchen, to show off specially prepared food.
   Eight hundred guests turned up, including Lorenzo al Dino (who DJed at the event), Alexandra Polzin, Gerhard Leinauer, Michael Käfer, Michael F. Schottenhammel, Marisa Burger, Thomas Peter Friedl, Andrea Kempter, Simone Ballack, Willi Gabalier, Baron Albrecht von Weech, Dieter Hochreiter, Papis Loveday, Veronika von Quast, Doreen Dietel, Kai Stuht, Peter Fraas, Helmut Käs, Peter Reisenthel, and Prof Jan Armgardt.
   Kare also had dancers and a tape artist among the performers.
   The company already has 70 shops in 40 countries.















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October 9, 2014

Poppy Delevingne, Atlanta de Cadenet, Harley Viera-Newton, Úrsula Corberó party with Stradivarius

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Stradivarius, the fashion label rather than the violin brand, threw a party in Barcelona to launch its customer magazine, with Poppy Delevingne, Atlanta de Cadenet, Harley Viera-Newton and Úrsula Corberó playing host.
   The party, dubbed The Event Paper, was held in a modernist building near Gaudi’s Pavellons Güell (Güell Pavilions), with over 200 guests and Pepino Marino and Crawford DJing. De Cadenet and Viera-Newton took over from the DJs to get guests continuing on the dance floor.
   Photographer Bela Adler held a live shoot at the event, complementing guests using a photo booth. The event will feature in a future issue of Stradivarius’s new magazine.
   The four celebrities were chosen for their recognized roles as “it girls” with their own style. All wore items from the Stradivarius autumn–winter 2014–15 collection, which the company describes as having vintage and boho design elements. The brand is available at around 900 locations in 60 countries.






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October 3, 2014

Sponsored video: Green Works mixes fashion with puppies

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A Lucire special promotion

Everyone knows the power of … well, fashion. Ours is the sector that oozes glamour and attention while being very successful at hiding the late nights, hard work, and the admin of sitting round in an office for a good part of the day coordinating the fun things the public thinks we do.
   So of course many people pay attention when they see the fashion industry in all its myriad forms, from The September Issue to The Devil Wears Prada to Project Runway.
   And there’s only one thing that could beat us on getting attention: cute, little animals. Scroll through a Tumblr or Facebook feed, and it won’t take long before you’re distracted by puppies, kittens or rabbits.
   Clorox’s Green Works’ latest promotion cleverly, perhaps cheekily, brings the two together. What would happen if you brought a bunch of puppies, muddy them up, and let them loose on the catwalk?
   It’s a trifle too polished to have been a real show (if it was real, you’d see notepads, tablets, cellphones and cameras out) but the puppies are real enough and we don’t think the audience needed to fake their reactions when they emerged.
   But the point seems to work: if Green Works gets all the surfaces in the fashion show clean, then it’ll be great for everything in your home. And we should point out that the product was used to clean the puppies’ mess, not the puppies themselves (as it’s not tested on animals).
   Green Works uses plant- and mineral-based ingredients, that are biodegradable and naturally derived. The US EPA acknowledges the line in its Design for the Environment programme.
   The promotion is particularly well timed given the spring–summer 2015 circuit.
   Green Works is available throughout the US, with the largest selection at Target stores.


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October 1, 2014

IWC Schaffhausen launches Timeless Portofino exhibition in Hong Kong

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Jérôme Favre

IWC Schaffhausen hosted a gala dinner on Monday at the Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong with its brand ambassadors Cate Blanchett, Zhou Xun and Karolína Kurková, and photographer Peter Lindbergh present. IWC CEO Georges Kern played host, with Goris Verburg, IWC marketing and communication director, and Benoît de Clerck, IWC managing director, Asia–Pacific.
   Earlier they had opened the Timeless Portofino exhibition, which marked the launch of IWC Schaffhausen’s Portofino mid-size watch range. The three ambassadors played a role in the exhibition, shot by Lindbergh, as did Emily Blunt, Christoph Waltz, Ewan McGregor, and Adriana Lima.
   The event coincided with the first day of the Watches and Wonders exhibition in the Chinese city, which is currently beset by pro-democracy protests demanding that Beijing fulfil its promise of granting universal suffrage for the 2017 election of the chief executive.
   Beijing, for its part, suggests that the US State Department is interfering in the city’s affairs.
   There was little sign of the concerns at the event as the 250 celebrity and VIP guests were entertained at the dinner, including Francis Ng, Anita Yuen, Audrey Ai, Jamie Campbell, Alfred Cheung, Brandon Chau, Leigh Tung, Julien Lepeu, Jeffrey Yau, Cissy Wang, Deborah Hung, and Amanda S. The renowned Shandong-born violinist Lü Siqing performed at the gala dinner.
   The Timeless Portofino exhibition has already appeared in Zürich and will go on to London, Miami and Dubai.

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Jérôme Favre

Gala dinner

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