The Robert Heald Gallery in Wellington has a fantastic
exhibition of NZ artist Jae Hoon Lee that is a must see for anyone
interested in digital art.
Titled mountainseacloud it is on from the 28 of August to
the 20th of September and is a welcome reminder of what wonderful
artistic endeavours are on hand in our Capital city.
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Aug, 30 2014
Dior and I
How good was the Auckland Film Festival this year?
The highlight for us was Dior and I which followed Raf Simon's development of his first Collection for the great man, Christian - Haute Couture in 6 weeks. An inspiring insight into the machination of a true Couture House.
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Aug, 28 2014
A Special Weekend
What a beautiful evening it was on
Saturday, producing Champagne Rugby conditions for the All Blacks at Eden Park.
It really was an amazing
spectacle of running rugby and a reminder of why New Zealanders love our
Congratulations to our team.
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Aug, 25 2014
The Last Saint
Good luck from Working Style for tonight's premiere of your debut feature film - The Last Saint. We wish you all the success you deserve.
Love, Working Style.
P.S. General Release is August 28
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Aug, 21 2014
Good Morning, Vietnam
We lost someone truly special last week with the passing of
Robin Williams. Whether it be his highly acclaimed performance in Good Morning, Vietnam, or the countless voice-overs for
animated films, he was an inspiration to all generations. Here he is at his
best Ė making everyone in the room smile.
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Aug, 20 2014
Never Tear Us Apart
"Women are incredible in groups... Terrifying. Men have nothing
- Michael Hutchence
Must view TV last night on TV3 Ė the story of the iconic
music legends INXS. We loved every minute of it. If you missed the story on
Michael Hutchence, the Farris brothers and the rest of INXS, you can still
catch it on your computer. Click on the picture to see Part 1 and its entirety.
Donít miss Part 2 next week Ė Thursday 21st at 8:30pm.
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Aug, 15 2014
How to Drive a Fine Suit
fine suit is like a prestige car Ė powerful and confidence-boosting. And, like
a car, it must receive the right kind of care and service. A suit breakdown could leave you stranded on
the side of the entrepreneurial highway.
best suit tips:
1. Cough up for good cloth and top tailoring. This isnít so much of a
care tip as a buying tip. The Duke of Windsorís wardrobe recently sold at
auction and his suits were still wearable, even though they were 70 years old.
2. Stick to suitable activities. Suits are for walking, talking and sitting. Not
for heavy lifting, fixing the photocopier or a spontaneous spot of tree
Brush daily. Use a proper suit brush to
clean your jacket and trousers after each wear. It only takes 30 seconds.
4. Donít attempt amateur stain removal. If the daily brush doesnít do the job, itís
off to the dry cleaners.
But take it easy with the
dry cleaning. Dry cleaning is tough on fabric. It causes the fibres to become
brittle, which speeds up wear and tear. Once a season is enough.
Steam out your wrinkles. If creases donít fall out overnight, steam
will do the trick. You can either invest in a steamer or hang your suit in a
steamy bathroom. At a pinch, you can put a towel between your suit and a steam
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Aug, 01 2014
We are currently seeking people for full time and part-time positions in our Auckland stores.
We reward our salespeople handsomely and our people love their work.
Email CV's through to:firstname.lastname@example.org
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Jul, 29 2014
If youíve been tying your tie the same way for years, why not lash out
with a new knot? Check out these videos on how to tie the Double Windsor,
Four in Hand.
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Jul, 25 2014
The Working Man's Wardrobe
If you are wanting to build respect in the work place, have a listen to Fraser Bremford, our Southern Director, for tips on the Working Man's Wardrobe.
This entry was posted in the Working Style Blog on Jul, 22 2014