M11 People.

Introducing Chloe Julian, lingerie designer and one of our M11 People. We asked Chloe a few questions about her business and how she juggles her multi-faceted life.

Harris Tapper PF19 Lookbook.

Harris Tapper’ first ever full collection. Shot inside Gow Langsford Gallery, surrounded by André Hemer’s incredible work. Hair by M11 Studio Director Trish. Photography by Hayden Worsfold. Makeup by Esta Rose. Model Clare from The Others.

M11 People.

Introducing Anna Murray, founder of Laing Home and one of our M11 People. We asked Anna a few questions about her business, how she got there and what her day involves.

Makeup Master.

Allow us to help celebrate your moment.
With over seven years industry experience and working for MAC Cosmetics Rae has worked on fashion shows, magazine shoots and look books for some of New Zealand’s leading designers. Drawing inspiration from the fashion world Rae applies a minimalistic approach to makeup. Skin is her favourite feature to work with, creating a flawless yet natural foundation to build on.

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M11 Wedding Packages.

Allow us to help celebrate your moment.
Our priority is to style your hair tailored to your own personal style while creating a relaxed environment on your wedding day.

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Harris Tapper Resort 18

Senior Stylist Jarah and M11 Director Trish Mathews created a subtle, textured wet-look for the Harris Tapper Resort 18 campaign. Makeup by Esta Rose. Photography by Hayden Worsfold. Models Jess, Alida and Grace from Clyne.

Sustainable Salons.

We are proud to announce that we have joined the Sustainable Salons initiative. 95% of all our resources will be diverted from landfill and sent for recycling. Proceeds from recycling salon metals will be donated to non-profit community-based organisations, all plastics will be recycled into new products and kept out of our oceans, leftover chemicals will be recycled into water and used for our construction and road works, hair will support oil-spill clean up projects, local community gardens and charitable wig-making services and once hair tools reach the end of their life they will be broken down and all valuable parts will be repurposed.

We have also implemented sustainable work practices that benefit our community and aim to achieve zero waste and reduce our carbon footprint.