Waiting for a Métro train at my local stop. Photo: Katherine Lowe 1. We all know that double-cheek-kissing-as-a-greeting is de rigueur in Paris. But that doesn’t mean it’s not confusing. You always kiss friends when you meet them, regardless of gender. You sometimes kiss friends of friends when you’re being introduced, less often if you’re a guy and they’re a guy, but it still happens. You shouldn’t kiss police officers, even if you’re asking for directions. And – this I learned the hard way – you never, ever kiss the cleaning lady when you see her on the street. CueClick to Continue!
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If you heard me on George FM this morning you’ll already be up to date with the story I’m about to recount, but I’m going to go into it in a little more depth here. As most of you will know, the past two weeks of my life have been solely devoted to one purpose and one purpose alone – finding Tyra Banks. Finding Tyra Banks and getting a photograph of (or preferably with) her to be precise. It all culminated last Friday in this epic failure on my part. After getting a tip off that Ms Banks was diningClick to Continue!
The next month or so is going to be very busy for our Auckland fashion retailers – we’ve got Zambesi and Fabric moving in next to each other on Teed Street in Newmarket, and just this Saturday Karen Walker will officially open doors on her new Ponsonby Road store. I haven’t seen any photos at all of the store so I can’t tell you what it looks like, but as far as I’m aware it’s in the old Isakelle space opposite Hepburn, and I do know that my old mate Jordan Rondel will be one of the store’s lovely employees.Click to Continue!
Knock Knock(Who’s there?)Interrupting Santa Clause(Interrupting San-)HO HO HO! Merrry Christmas everyone! It’s been an eventful (and sometimes turbulent) year, but we’ve made it through and it’s all plain sailing from here. From humble beginnings in April raving about altruistic animals and flat tops, (with the support of a few key people) Isaac Likes has grown into what it is today. I hope I’ve managed to capture your interest with some interesting interviews, a few juicy breaking news stories, and a couple of little film reviews thrown in along the way. Isaac Likes has certainly captured my interest – for better orClick to Continue!