Summer days have been exceptional around Aotearoa this year and it was amazing to see so many people out on bikes! We got to ride the Dunstan Trail from Cromwell to Clyde and back and ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT!!

This month, we are supporting the Aotearoa Bike Challenge and trying to bike to as many places as we can on two wheels with the power of our own legs (and sometimes with a bit of a boost from a lovely little electric engine). Biking or walking, instead of taking the car, for short trips is a great way to keep both us and the planet healthy!

We’re also getting ready in the design studio to release the first images of our new design – Le Vélo by Revology. An electric bicycle that can transform quickly into a push bike and is a cross over between a super stylish commuter bike and the best bike you’ll ever ride on gravel. A real hybrid.

Hope to have some more images to you soon!

Arohanui , Monique & Alex

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Little Miss Sunshine


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This month has been a busy one, with a lovely gift from a talented culinary brother-in-law of a sourdough starter. Perfect opportunity to try out the Emile Henry ceramic bread baker to get the perfect crust.

Also had a little time to let out some creative energy and whip up something fun! Using the Merchant & Mills Shepherd pattern with Little Miss Sunshine European Linen. This little number is not only a virtual ray of sunshine, it’s super easy to wear and perfect for the hot summer days we’ve been having here in Wānaka.

It’s hard not to get a little over-excited with seeing the fabric arrive in-store. This week we are due to get some beautiful Italian wools for those projects gearing up for cosy winter days.

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