We were inspired by the lush silks and beautiful costumes in director Park Chan-wook's recently released film The Handmaiden.
Wrap yourself in one of our latest kimono-style silk robes. The Brigitte robe is made from 100% silk with French seams and a matching tie.
A selection of our silky garments are now in-store at the beautiful Wellington boutique, Ena.
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At Now or Never we love dress slips. There's something sexy about them and as underwear they give a smooth silhouette and always make you feel a little better put together.
Worn as both underwear and outerwear, the popular dress slip has been a wardrobe staple for many a decade - popping up in movie scenes, cat walks and red carpets. It's been styled a number of ways and worn by everyone from royalty, Academy Award winners and super models to musicians and grungey teens.
We've gathered a few of our favourite famous and fabulous slip moments. Enjoy!
1920s silent screen star, Louise Brooks.
A 1940s slip from the Metropolitain Museum of Art, NY collection.
Sophia Loren, 1967.
Nicole Richie in Marc Jacobs
90's super model trio: Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss and Christy Turlington are said to have set the trend of slips as outter-wear.
Kate and Naomi continue...
Princess Diana Galliano for Dior.
Elizabeth Taylor as Gloria Wandrous in Butterfield 8 (she won an Academy Award).
Alexa Chung, 2013
Actress Eva Marie Saint in On the Waterfront, 1957
Alicia Silverstone 90's grunge
Madonna, 1995 flashing her white dress slip
And another one from our collection,
Now or Never Claudette Silk Slip with Sheer Panel
We sure weren't the first to think a puss cat would make a great addition to a shoot.
In an ode to our always photogenic friends, we've selected some favourites from others before us who thought the same...
Image: Now or Never Ltd. Photo: Louise Hatton Photography
Image: Lara Jade
Image: Vogue Italia
Image: Karl Lagerfeld
Image: Vogue America
And then there are these fantastic shots from LIFE magazine for a 1961 black cat audition
The documentary of the legendary street photographer, Bill Cunningham (1929-2016) an American fashion photographer for The New York Times, known for his work capturing the stylish strollers on the streets of New York.