Natalee Fisher is one of Wellington’s leading freelance makeup and hair artists.
From glossy magazine pages to natural bridal beauty, Natalee does it all. Read More »
Happy Birthday to the man that made it all possible! Our founder, Cecil Bank, turned 102 years old last week.
From humble beginnings, Cecil Bank opened his first shoe store in Wellington in 1938. His primary customers were soldiers returning home from the Second World War. Bank Shoes on High Street was the first store in New Zealand to x-ray customers feet, ensuring a flawless fit to all his loyal customers. With 75 years in the shoe trade and 17 stores under the Banks Group name, Cecil devoted himself to building a chain of thriving footwear stores.
Happy Birthday Cecil Bank!
Without a doubt, our mothers are the most important ladies in our lives. Whether we like it or not, over the years we’ve collected and compartmentalised memories of our mothers donning the craziest perms, tackiest jerseys and the most incredible shoes!! Today on the blog, we pay homage to all mums by celebrating Shoe Connection’s mother’s finest fashion moments.
Happy Mother’s Day! We love you X
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Edward was this seasons male model for our Shoe Connection Winter/Autumn 15 Campaign. Originally from Rotorua NZ, Ed now lives in LA working as a full-time model. In between shots and hair & makeup, we chatted with Ed about modelling and all of his favourite things!Read More »
New Zealand artist, Rochelle Andrews, has been painting professionally for over a decade. Specialising in “contemporary realism”, Rochelle captures delicate floral scenes beautifully on canvas. This Easter, Rochelle has been asked to participate in the annual Whittaker’s Big Egg Hunt. With Easter literally around the corner, we decided to find out more about Rochelle and this nationwide event!
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Let us introduce to you Siannon, one of our models for our Autumn Winter Shoe Connection campaign. The gorgeous Siannon is represented by Red 11 models. She’s originally from Australia but she spends Read More »