The first-ever store for New Zealand’s leading shoe designer carries the full Kathryn Wilson and Miss Wilson ranges – including some store exclusives.

The fresh white space of Kathryn Wilson’s Britomart boutique is an ideal gallery for the brilliant colours and sculptural shapes of her gorgeous shoes, arranged reverently on minimalist shelving.

The store, located at The Pavilions at Britomart, is Kathryn Wilson’s flagship, carrying all of her collections for men and women, as well as the diffusion Miss Wilson range and limited-edition ranges of accessories. All styles are limited runs, including some colourways exclusive to the Britomart store.

New Zealand’s top shoe designer

Auckland-born designer Kathryn Wilson launched her dream of a New Zealand footwear brand in 2003 at the age of just 22, after winning an AMP Scholarship in 2002. Her talent, innovation and business flair saw her named as a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the age of 30.

Today she is New Zealand’s most successful shoe designer, with boutique production houses in Italy, Spain, Portugal and China supplying 75 retailers across New Zealand and Australia. Her high-fashion designs and quality materials have earned her a dedicated fashion following both locally and overseas.

Brands

Kathryn Wilson
Miss Wilson

Contact

The Pavilions at Britomart
10 Te Ara Tāhuhu Walking Street
Britomart
Auckland CBD
+64 9 367 6865
info@kathrynwilson.com
www.kathrynwilson.com
Kathryn Wilson on Facebook

Opening Hours

Monday-Friday 10am-6pm
Saturday-Sunday 10am-5pm

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