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Winter Feels

Country Road patchwork poncho, $159 // www.countryroad.com.au Witchery soft textural scarf, $79.95 // www.witchery.com.au Seed Heritage diamond knit beanie, $34.95 // www.seedheritage.com.au Sportsgirl puffa jacket, $149.95 // www.sportsgirl.com.au Milana wool felt fedora, $79.95 // www.davidjones.com.au Witchery mitten gloves, $59.95 // www.witchery.com.au Witchery midnight check scarf, $79.95 // www.witch ...

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Gold Coast Kidz to hit the Runway

After much anticipation and four successful events in Melbourne & Sydney, Australia’s only dedicated children’s fashion festival, Kidz Fashion Week, is heading to the Gold Coast. Kidz Fashion Week has found Queensland’s top young talent to showcase the latest in kid’s fashion, at its major runway event at Royal Pines Resort on July 6. The event will give over one hundred kids from ages five to 17, the o ...

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Grassroots Business

Don’t let the name deceive you – The Village Markets on the Gold Coast are so much more than ‘just’ a market event. The Village Markets is a creative community that has seen the beginning of some great businesses. Peony Swimwear, Kivari, Bones Society and Children of The Tribe have all started out selling their wares here on Sunday mornings. But it’s not all about business. The markets have also played a bi ...

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Dare to Double?

If you were a child of the 80s like most of us here are haven mag, you’d be well aware of the fact that you should NOT double denim. Exhibit A: Justin and Brittany at the 2001 AMAs. But, you would not believe it. In 2017, double denim is now a thing again. Yes, double denim is officially a thing right now. All the hipsters and fashionistas are doing it. To help you get back on the DD bandwagon, we spoke to ...

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5 Wardrobe Staples for Every Businesswoman

On some mornings pushing your hair into a messy bun, shimmying into an old shrunken dress and throwing on a pair of tired lace ups feels like the only option.  With mouths to feed and kids to dress, it’s easy to put your business look on the back burner. But what if we told you there was a sure fire way to look a million bucks each and every working day? Outdated suits jackets and faded black trousers that ...

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Parallel Lines

Sportsgirl shorts, $34.97 // www.sportsgirl.com Adidas Gazelle unisex sneakers (various colours), $120 // www.asos.com Sportsgirl tie-front tank, $24.98 // www.sportsgirl.com.au Morgan & Taylor Tyra bag, $54.95 // www.theiconic.com.au Crossroads maxi skirt, $25 // www.crossroads.com.au Witchery knit in lead blue, $149.95 // www.witchery.com.au Witchery scarf in pink peony, $49.95 // www.witchery.com.au ...

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The Right Stripes

She’s hailed as the President of #TeamStripes and it’s easy to see why - Brisbane fashion blogger Brooke Falvey’s wardrobe is 90 per cent stripes! She chatted to haven about her tips and tricks for tackling the tricky trend (try saying that three times fast!). When it comes to stripes, we’ve all heard plenty of ‘rules’ about how to wear them. Don’t wear stripes and floral prints, don’t over-accessorise a st ...

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Trans-Seasonal Trends

Summer’s gone and winter’s on its way, leaving us torn between those denim shorts and boyfriend jeans. When it feels like 30C one day and 13C the next, it’s hard to know what to wear – let alone what to hold onto for next season. While the weather forecasters may not always be helpful, stylist Kirsty Ash’s fashion predictions are spot on. When it comes to dressing for the seasons, Australian weather certain ...

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Pacific Fair Fashion Mecca

If you’re looking for a one-stop destination for your autumn/winter fashion, you can’t go past Pacific Fair for its variety of stores offering everything from high-end haute couture to bargain hunter bliss. Fashion stylist Kirsty Ashe’s Top 5 Pacific Fair kids’ stores 1. Seed: Check out their denim pieces and bomber jackets – so cool. 2. H&M Kids: Loving the preppy, urban flavour here 3. Pavement: Again ...

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