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NEXT April 2020

NEXT intelligently informs, entertains and inspires. Every month NEXT delivers aspirational feature stories, covers hot topics, and showcases on-trend fashion, beauty, food and home content to keep you up to date. NEXT is the smart monthly read for busy women who want more from their magazine.

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New Zealand
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Bauer Media Pty Ltd
Periodicidad:
Interrupted
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2 min.
welcome

‘Our clothes reflect the very fabric of who we are and we shouldn’t feel ashamed for giving that some attention’ Some people say that fashion is frivolous and I agree that forking out for unwearable trends is a fool’s errand. But I do believe that what we wear can transform us. The confidence that comes with a well-cut blazer, the joy of finding a dress that meets all your key criteria, how invincible you feel in your ‘investment’ trousers – these emotions are not immaterial. Our clothes reflect the very fabric of who we are and we shouldn’t feel ashamed for giving that some attention. Think of all those precious garments that bring back memories of people and places and moments in your life. When I look back on my childhood I…

2 min.
ups and downs

Winning letter As a regular subscriber, I find that although not every article relates directly to me there is always something of interest in most stories – it is after all a bit of unplugged ‘me-time’ to spend fantasising. In the February issue, both Lisa’s and Deborah’s columns struck a chord. My sister has just turned 50, and while I’m a little way behind, I too have stopped sweating the small stuff. With each birthday now, I’m very happy to still be here, knowing how much I have achieved and the adventures I’ve had, and what’s still to come. I also understand the not drinking dialogue Deborah shared – and while I generally abstain for a couple of weeks at a time, I have become aware that my usual thinking was…

1 min.
write in & win!

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1 min.
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STATUS ANXIETY 1 TRANSITORY BAG, $212. 2 ABANDON HANDBAG, $318. 3 INERTIA WATCH, $191. 4 REMNANT WALLET, $138. 5 LIABILITY TOILETRIES BAG, $159. To be in to win this Status Anxiety prize pack, simply go online to nowtolove.co.nz, click on the ’win’ tab and enter your unique code NXTGIVEAWAY0420, or send an envelope marked ‘Status Anxiety’ with your name, address and phone number to: Your NEXT Giveaway, Private Bag 92512, Wellesley Street, Auckland 1141. All entries must be received by April 30, 2020. TERMS AND CONDITIONS: Information on how to enter forms part of these terms and conditions. Entry into this competition is deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions. Entry is open only to New Zealand residents. Employees of Bauer Media Group, all prize suppliers, and their affiliates, agencies and immediate families are…

1 min.
on the catwalk

Paris THE FOCUS OF THE FRENCH FASHION HOUSES IS ALWAYS GLAMOUR – WITH FRILLS, BOWS AND RUFFLES A FIRM FIXTURE New York STREET STYLE IS CELEBRATED IN NYC WITH DESIGNERS TAKING A SUPER SLICK, PARED-BACK APPROACH London THE BRITS ARE FAMOUS FOR THEIR AVANTE-GARDE CREATIONS WHERE A PLAYFUL USE OF TEXTURES AND MATERIALS IS KEY…

4 min.
the hot list

1 THE HEALTHY INITIATIVE... Since February, fresh fruit and vegetable deliveries have been appearing at low-decile schools in 21 regions all over the country. The government-funded initiative, which is managed by United Fresh and supported by the 5+ A Day Charitable Trust, will give out 25 million servings of fresh fruit and vegetables this year. A 2018 evaluation reported that the school-based programme had heartening flow-on effects at home, with 76% of parents surveyed saying their child ate more produce thanks to Fruit in Schools with 47% eating more vegetables. There’s a lot to applaud about this investment in the health of our tamariki. 2 THE FAN OF FLOWERS... If your cut flower arranging belongs to the put in a vase and add water school of design, did you know there…