Fashion Quarterly Summer 2021

Fashion Quarterly is the first port of call for readers who, like the FQ team, live and breathe fashion and beauty. Each issue is crammed with stunning photography that is inspirational and aspirational. Informed and insightful fashion journalism helps readers understand trends and how to make the most of them.

New Zealand
Parkside Media
4 Issues

in this issue

1 min
renewing possibilities your daily essentials

La Mer is available instore and online from Smith & Caughey’s, instore at David Jones and in selected stores and online from Mecca. AT THE HEART OF LA MER’S LEGENDARY SKINCARE Is Miracle Broth™—the kelp-infused ferment to energise skin’s natural renewal. 1. The Treatment Lotion HYDRATE & PREP First up, press on this watery lotion for a rush of all-day healing hydration. With a plumper, smoother look of radiance, skin is prepped for the rest of your La Mer regimen. 2. The Concentrate VISIBLY SOOTHE Next, apply this antioxidantrich barrier serum to help lock in healing hydration and calm the look of redness, irritation and other signs of inflammation. 3. The Eye Concentrate VISIBLY BRIGHTEN Time for the eye area. This fastabsorbing treatment helps visibly transform with healing hydration, reducing the look of dark circles in just 21 days. A cooling…

2 min
from the editor

what began as a buoyant year of 40th-anniversary celebrations for Fashion Quarterly came to an abrupt halt in March. As once-in-a-generation events immediately buffeted the local publishing world, it became clear that no industry was immune. Much-loved local fashion designers struggled to stay afloat, and garment and textile producers in developing countries — which we so often turn a blind eye to — were among the hardest hit. This year didn’t want to let up. It felt like one enormous event after another — we saw impassioned people around the world demand justice for George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, and a climate emergency spiralling out of control (as Isabelle Truman explores on page 82). In the wake of the aforementioned events, it was impossible not to reassess the world we live…

2 min
the lessons we’ve learnt

Jacinta FitzGerald PROGRAMME DIRECTOR, MINDFUL FASHION NEW ZEALAND “In 2020 I’ve learnt the importance of both respect and guardianship. This year has shown that it’s more important than ever that we respect each other in all our differences, and that we act as guardians of Papatūānuku, our earth. Our survival depends on it.” Jenna Smith PHOTOGRAPHER “This year started with a few curveballs … an unexpected move back to New Zealand from London and losing family members to cancer. I’ve learnt to value time with family and friends, breathe, jump in the ocean if you can, give yourself space to grieve, and find inspiration. And whatever it is you want to do, do it now. You never know what is around the corner.” Tori Ambler STYLIST “I learned that I’m really good with a paint brush, wheelbarrow, mouse sander, and…