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  • History of the Beard

    Yes, the beard is back. It seems like everywhere you look these days, the era of the clean shaven man is well and truly over.

  • The Jefferson

    Famous whisky fan George Bernard Shaw described his favourite tipple as “liquid sunshine”, and Auckland’s sophisticated underground bar The Jefferson would surely have been given the nod by him, thanks to its staggering selection of varieties, from Aberfeldy to Yellow Spot. 

  • Down the rabbit hole

    White Rabbit Ink isn’t your typical tattoo studio—and Lusi Alexander
    isn’t your typical tattoo artist. From her tranquil studio nestled in the
    West Auckland bush, Lusi tells how she and her husband Ace have created
    a unique haven where art is life.

  • Dude Hacks

    Dude Hacks - However, there was no camp, there were no sleeping bags, no tents, no food, no matches or lighters—only the Swazi gear I handed out. Want to know where the best places are in New Zealand for camping along with all the camping essentials? Find out here!

  • Man Food

    Mark Southon knows his food— and in this issue, the current Head Chef at the award-winning O’Connell Street Bistro and resident chef on TV3’s morning show, The Café, shows us three simple ways to make wood-fired pizza from scratch, using fresh, classic ingredients.

  • Into the Future

    With its sustainable design, emission-free electric motor, and near-silent driving experience, the BMW i3 is far more than your typical electric vehicle—exceeding expectations with its superior performance. Check out the full feature on the BMW i3 below!

  • Fading Forward

    “Barbering is in my blood”, says Dinnelle TaylorMitchell, owner of BarberShopCo in Auckland’s vibrant Viaduct. She laughs, “I was folding towels in my Mum’s hairdressing salon at the age of eight.”

  • Dude Hacks

    When you want some top fishing tips, you go to the experts. We asked Scott Parry from Fishing and Adventure (yep, the TV show) for some advice and to tell us the common mistakes people make, so you guys get the inside line.

  • My Beer is Better

    Finding your perfect beer can be a challenge, one where taste is not just a matter of flavour. Everyone has an opinion on what you should (or shouldn’t) like and there are just so many choices in the market today.

  • Man Food

    He’s internationally trained, a celebrated New Zealand celebrity chef, current Head Chef at the award winning O’Connell Street Bistro and also resident chef on TV3’s morning show, The Café. But this UK born chef is first - a man. 

  • A Literal Cut Above

    KTIZO means ‘to create’ in Greek. And KTIZO directors Wayne Richardson and Paul Ganley are creating something very special as the proud owners of Hamilton’s new BarberShopCo store.                                                            

  • Genius of Jeremy Kyle

    Jeremy Kyle aka CMYKyles is a high-flying New Zealand talent who’s works of art have been commissioned by luminaries such as the NBA, the Chicago Bulls, the United Nations, The History Channel, the New York Times and Under Armour.