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Are you New Zealand's next top designer?
Love coming up with creative concepts?
Karla Magill says it’s the buzz of making a sale that makes the job so exciting.
Maddie Morrison taught herself how to sew at a young age and her passion for style and clothing has been growing ever since.
From leaving school at 16 with only basic school certificate qualifications and working in a cardboard factory, to becoming one of New Zealand’s most trusted brands, Mike Pero certainly knows the pathway to success.
As a graphic designer, illustrator, artist, and full-time dreamer, Kylie Haynes has a lot going on in her day-to-day life, but there is nothing else she would rather be doing.
Ten years ago, Troy Rawhiti-Forbes’s job did not exist. He is the social media editor for the New Zealand Herald, which means his job description is constantly changing.
'I auditioned for a TV show called New Zealand’s Next Top Model (NZNTM) on a whim, and I ended up winning.' JETmag talks to Danielle Hayes about the best and worst bits about her career.
Always knowing she wanted to be an artist, Helen Clegg decided to follow the path of expression through photography and recently graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Whitecliffe.