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What Nisa founder Elisha Watson is into right now

Local ethical intimates label Nisa wears its values openly and genuinely - both a brand and a social enterprise.

Providing employment for women with refugee backgrounds and talented sewing skills, Nisa offers high-quality and locally made underwear, socks, loungewear and swimwear, with sizing up to a 4XL.

Wellington-based Elisha Watson founded the brand in 2017, having worked previously as a lawyer. Below, she shares a few of her favourite recent purchases...

Indigo + Iris new lipstick range 

Indigo + Iris started out as a social enterprise making mascara, so when they branched into lipsticks I had to try it out! Nisa is doing a collaboration with the brand for Valentine's Day, so there was a double reason to get amongst it. 

Wolf & Moon earrings

I say "Wolf & Moon are my favourite jewellers in London" as if I am intimately acquainted with many London jewellers, but what I really mean is that they're just my favourites of all time. I get so many compliments wearing them.

Non-slip mats 

I FINALLY bought some non-slip carpet underlays recently. A terribly boring purchase, but it makes me feel like a proper responsible adult which is nice.

Dorsu jumpsuit 

I wear this jumpsuit to every vaguely flash hipster-ish event, and it always goes down a treat (though of course jumpsuits are always annoying to get in and out of in the loo).

Secondhand Icebreaker jackets

I've started buying quite a few from op-shops and Trade Me - they're so cosy, and great for winter runs.

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Local ethical intimates label Nisa wears its values openly and genuinely - both a brand and a social enterprise.

Providing employment for women with refugee backgrounds and talented sewing skills, Nisa offers high-quality and locally made underwear, socks, loungewear and swimwear, with sizing up to a 4XL.

Wellington-based Elisha Watson founded the brand in 2017, having worked previously as a lawyer. Below, she shares a few of her favourite recent purchases...

Indigo + Iris new lipstick range 

Indigo + Iris started out as a social enterprise making mascara, so when they branched into lipsticks I had to try it out! Nisa is doing a collaboration with the brand for Valentine's Day, so there was a double reason to get amongst it. 

Wolf & Moon earrings

I say "Wolf & Moon are my favourite jewellers in London" as if I am intimately acquainted with many London jewellers, but what I really mean is that they're just my favourites of all time. I get so many compliments wearing them.

Non-slip mats 

I FINALLY bought some non-slip carpet underlays recently. A terribly boring purchase, but it makes me feel like a proper responsible adult which is nice.

Dorsu jumpsuit 

I wear this jumpsuit to every vaguely flash hipster-ish event, and it always goes down a treat (though of course jumpsuits are always annoying to get in and out of in the loo).

Secondhand Icebreaker jackets

I've started buying quite a few from op-shops and Trade Me - they're so cosy, and great for winter runs.

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
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What Nisa founder Elisha Watson is into right now

Local ethical intimates label Nisa wears its values openly and genuinely - both a brand and a social enterprise.

Providing employment for women with refugee backgrounds and talented sewing skills, Nisa offers high-quality and locally made underwear, socks, loungewear and swimwear, with sizing up to a 4XL.

Wellington-based Elisha Watson founded the brand in 2017, having worked previously as a lawyer. Below, she shares a few of her favourite recent purchases...

Indigo + Iris new lipstick range 

Indigo + Iris started out as a social enterprise making mascara, so when they branched into lipsticks I had to try it out! Nisa is doing a collaboration with the brand for Valentine's Day, so there was a double reason to get amongst it. 

Wolf & Moon earrings

I say "Wolf & Moon are my favourite jewellers in London" as if I am intimately acquainted with many London jewellers, but what I really mean is that they're just my favourites of all time. I get so many compliments wearing them.

Non-slip mats 

I FINALLY bought some non-slip carpet underlays recently. A terribly boring purchase, but it makes me feel like a proper responsible adult which is nice.

Dorsu jumpsuit 

I wear this jumpsuit to every vaguely flash hipster-ish event, and it always goes down a treat (though of course jumpsuits are always annoying to get in and out of in the loo).

Secondhand Icebreaker jackets

I've started buying quite a few from op-shops and Trade Me - they're so cosy, and great for winter runs.

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.

What Nisa founder Elisha Watson is into right now

Local ethical intimates label Nisa wears its values openly and genuinely - both a brand and a social enterprise.

Providing employment for women with refugee backgrounds and talented sewing skills, Nisa offers high-quality and locally made underwear, socks, loungewear and swimwear, with sizing up to a 4XL.

Wellington-based Elisha Watson founded the brand in 2017, having worked previously as a lawyer. Below, she shares a few of her favourite recent purchases...

Indigo + Iris new lipstick range 

Indigo + Iris started out as a social enterprise making mascara, so when they branched into lipsticks I had to try it out! Nisa is doing a collaboration with the brand for Valentine's Day, so there was a double reason to get amongst it. 

Wolf & Moon earrings

I say "Wolf & Moon are my favourite jewellers in London" as if I am intimately acquainted with many London jewellers, but what I really mean is that they're just my favourites of all time. I get so many compliments wearing them.

Non-slip mats 

I FINALLY bought some non-slip carpet underlays recently. A terribly boring purchase, but it makes me feel like a proper responsible adult which is nice.

Dorsu jumpsuit 

I wear this jumpsuit to every vaguely flash hipster-ish event, and it always goes down a treat (though of course jumpsuits are always annoying to get in and out of in the loo).

Secondhand Icebreaker jackets

I've started buying quite a few from op-shops and Trade Me - they're so cosy, and great for winter runs.

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.

Local ethical intimates label Nisa wears its values openly and genuinely - both a brand and a social enterprise.

Providing employment for women with refugee backgrounds and talented sewing skills, Nisa offers high-quality and locally made underwear, socks, loungewear and swimwear, with sizing up to a 4XL.

Wellington-based Elisha Watson founded the brand in 2017, having worked previously as a lawyer. Below, she shares a few of her favourite recent purchases...

Indigo + Iris new lipstick range 

Indigo + Iris started out as a social enterprise making mascara, so when they branched into lipsticks I had to try it out! Nisa is doing a collaboration with the brand for Valentine's Day, so there was a double reason to get amongst it. 

Wolf & Moon earrings

I say "Wolf & Moon are my favourite jewellers in London" as if I am intimately acquainted with many London jewellers, but what I really mean is that they're just my favourites of all time. I get so many compliments wearing them.

Non-slip mats 

I FINALLY bought some non-slip carpet underlays recently. A terribly boring purchase, but it makes me feel like a proper responsible adult which is nice.

Dorsu jumpsuit 

I wear this jumpsuit to every vaguely flash hipster-ish event, and it always goes down a treat (though of course jumpsuits are always annoying to get in and out of in the loo).

Secondhand Icebreaker jackets

I've started buying quite a few from op-shops and Trade Me - they're so cosy, and great for winter runs.

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.

What Nisa founder Elisha Watson is into right now

Local ethical intimates label Nisa wears its values openly and genuinely - both a brand and a social enterprise.

Providing employment for women with refugee backgrounds and talented sewing skills, Nisa offers high-quality and locally made underwear, socks, loungewear and swimwear, with sizing up to a 4XL.

Wellington-based Elisha Watson founded the brand in 2017, having worked previously as a lawyer. Below, she shares a few of her favourite recent purchases...

Indigo + Iris new lipstick range 

Indigo + Iris started out as a social enterprise making mascara, so when they branched into lipsticks I had to try it out! Nisa is doing a collaboration with the brand for Valentine's Day, so there was a double reason to get amongst it. 

Wolf & Moon earrings

I say "Wolf & Moon are my favourite jewellers in London" as if I am intimately acquainted with many London jewellers, but what I really mean is that they're just my favourites of all time. I get so many compliments wearing them.

Non-slip mats 

I FINALLY bought some non-slip carpet underlays recently. A terribly boring purchase, but it makes me feel like a proper responsible adult which is nice.

Dorsu jumpsuit 

I wear this jumpsuit to every vaguely flash hipster-ish event, and it always goes down a treat (though of course jumpsuits are always annoying to get in and out of in the loo).

Secondhand Icebreaker jackets

I've started buying quite a few from op-shops and Trade Me - they're so cosy, and great for winter runs.

Creativity, evocative visual storytelling and good journalism come at a price. Support our work and join the Ensemble membership program
No items found.