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Tracey Tawhiao

An incredible artist, activist, mother and beacon of wisdom, we talked to Tracey Tawhiao about sourcing inspiration from nature and the stories of her ancestors to create art rich in positive meaning.

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Music to Breakfast To

This classical playlist will set the tone for a casual and calm brunch (or late afternoon apéritif).

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Mekdela Maskal

You might recognise Mekdela Maskal from our beautiful recent campaign imagery. But modelling is just one part of the wide-ranging work this intelligent and generous-spirited woman does.

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Laura Schoorl

We talk to Laura Schoorl, director of ethical underwear brand Pansy, about her rituals for inspiration, relaxation and how she works through the challenging moments of entrepreneurship.

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Music to Retreat To

A one-hour-long musical journey with Angel Olsen...

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Tune into the magic of the season

Twice a year at Solstice we like to take a pause as the seasons transition from the light half of the year to the dark half, or the dark half to the light...

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Music to Bathe To

Dedicated to soft and serene moments. We hope you find time to submerge yourself in a warm bath and escape through these tender tunes...

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Music to Cook To

In one of our favourite Karen Dalton tracks she sings 'Yesterday, any way you made it was just fine’. One way we make it through the day is by cooking. To dial-up the meditative effects, we recommend cooking with a well-curated playlist. For Music to Cook To, we’ve delved into an eclectic early 1970s mix — pour a glass of wine, push play and let the day slip away...

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Elisabeth Vidal, Designer

Welcomed into the home of Elisabth Vidal on her 52nd birthday says much about the French designer’s warmth and enthusiasm, even before we delve into her sublime catalogue of collaborative projects...

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Maly Mann, Painter

With intentions on becoming a teacher, Los Angeles-based painter Maly Mann subsequently left university to pursue a freelance lifestyle as an artist. A pathway that was always calling, yet blurred with fear. We meet with Maly to speak about the moments that are pivotal in developing creative work — managing time & anxiety, and the courage to call one's own boundaries.

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Stevie Dance

Avid readers of the first issues of RUSSH will remember it’s progressive aesthetic and politically minded voice: celebrating youth, sex, curiosity and authenticity. But what readers were actually enjoying is the vision and voice of Stevie Dance, who led the magazine in its beginning years. We visit Stevie at her LA home in her newest role as a mother to her beautiful son Harmony.

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