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Inside the June 2016 edition of MiNDFOOD DÉCOR

The second volume of MiNDFOOD DÉCOR is set to launch with the June issue of MiNDFOOD, attached as a special bonus offer.

The Winter 2016 instalment is dedicated to aspirational pieces of furniture and accessories that will transform your house into a home. With the weather cooling, MiNDFOOD DÉCOR stays on trend and curates the latest collections themed in all shades of green and blue – from emerald to azure.

On news stands from May 9, MiNDFOOD DÉCOR is the first publication of the season to report on the hottest trends in future furniture from Milan’s Salone de Mobile, with our comprehensive report.

This issue, we bring you an exclusive interview with applauded American designer Kelly Wearstler, whose influence spans residential and commercial projects, bespoke furniture, home and fashion collections, as well as hotel design.

We also spotlight established and emerging local New Zealand talent, with our carefully curated chapters showcasing everything from up-to-the-minute kitchen and bathroom design to must-have furniture, tableware, homewares and accessories.

MiNDFOOD DÉCOR will also be for sale at newsstands as a standalone publication from June 2016, in New Zealand, and the MiNDFOOD shop in Australia.

MiNDFOOD DÉCOR Winter 2016 issue, on sale May 9

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Inside the June 2016 edition of MiNDFOOD

Cover Story: Kirsten Dunst

She may have had her film debut back when she was five years old, but her smart choices and pride in her work have seen Kirsten Dunst navigate a careful path from child actor to Hollywood star.

Health: Fitness Tracking Devices

Health tracking devices and apps are popular, but do they really give us an accurate picture of how much exercise we’re doing and its impact on our health?

Smart Eating: Pressure Point

Getting our blood pressure checked is standard practice, and the result can tell an important story about your health. It’s important to know the meaning of those numbers but you also need to know how to keep them under control.

Beauty: Spot Of Bother

Experts say ageing skin is just prone to acne as it was when we were in our teens. But, they also say, you don’t have to suffer.

Australia Community: True Crimes, False Stories

It’s hard to imagine why someone would own up to a serious crime they didn’t commit, yet false confessions occur with surprising regularity for a variety of reasons. But DNA testing of old evidence now means falsely imprisoned people are walking free.

New Zealand Community: Women in Farming

The women involved in the Silver Fern Farms co-operative are intelligent and dedicated, with a diverse range of skills. They are helping change the face of New Zealand farming through innovation, resilience and hard work – they also have a story to tell.

Travel: Myanmar

From the ancient gilded pagodas of Bagan to exploring gracious monasteries and getting to know Myanmar locals, Trafalgar’s new destination is a magical introduction to a country still firmly living in a bygone era.

Food: In Season Rhubarb

A vegetable that is more likely to be treated as a fruit, this tart, long-stemmed plant is ready for a makeover. Our simple recipes add another dimension to an already zesty ingredient.

Psychology: Winning the Bet

It is clearly at the root of all our relationships, but is there a way to increase your odds of fulfilling your needs when it comes to trust?

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