Fashion’s movers and shakers

May 27, 2011   //   by Abbey Strutt   //   No Comments

A TAD JADED: Isaac Hindin Miller.

It’s all go in the world of New Zealand fashion, with two of our emerging talents making waves overseas.

Stolen Girlfriends Club’s Luke Harwood is heading off to base himself in New York with his US-born wife to set up an American base for the fashion label.

Stolen Girlfriends has a loyal following in the States and is available at major retailers like Urban Outfitters as well as online, and Harwood hopes to grow the brand.

Business partners Marc Moore and Dan Gosling are staying behind in New Zealand to hold the fort. “I’ll miss him,” says Moore, “but it’s a great adventure and the US opportunites are exciting!”

Also making it big in New York is Matamata model Emily Baker, who was recently interviewed on New York Magazine’s fashion blog The Cut and debuted at number 31 on the infuential top 50 rankings. The 17-year-old also featured in a Vogue China editorial this month and had her striking face captured by our very own Olivia Hemus for the current cover of Pilot magazine.

Meanwhile, blogger Isaac Hindin Miller has revealed he is diversifying into his own range of merchandise.

Hindin Miller, who is behind the popular blog Isaac Likes, attended nearly 300 shows last year around the world and says he was feeling jaded. “I wasn’t enjoying it all as much as I should.” His latest venture is a new line of T-shirts and sweatshirts for the winter season.

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