The beautiful concept store for New Zealand’s most avant-garde fashion label sets the stage for its inimitable dramatic style.
Playfully weaving together high fashion and street style, luxury and ease, Karen Walker has cultivated an effortless ‘high-casual’ aesthetic.
Deadly Ponies is a luxury New Zealand accessories label synonymous with artisanal quality and sumptuous materials.
Described as an ‘irreverent classicist’, Kate Sylvester balances her love of tailoring and historical reference with a provocative wit and a resolutely modern vision.
Her trademark fresh, understated style has cemented this young designer’s reputation as one of New Zealand’s hottest fashion names.
Established in 2001 as a mecca for lovers of the best in international fashion, Fabric’s flagship store in Britomart is an oasis of refinement. From the Katie Lockhart-designed fitout to the impeccable curation of the world’s best fashion magazines, this is a tastemaker’s paradise.
New Zealand’s first Chanel boutique brings a slice of French chic to Auckland’s most celebrated fashion precinct
A mecca for those wanting to “begin every walk or workout in comfort and style”, Britomart’s adidas store offers adidas performance clothing, shoes and accessories.
Tiffany & Co
Against a backdrop of iconic Tiffany blue, Tiffany & Co.’s first flagship store for New Zealand sets a new standard for luxury, with both contemporary and traditional jewellery and gift lines on offer.
Featuring a seriously cool fitout straight from New York, M.A.C’s flagship store is a mecca for makeup professionals and devotees alike.
Havaianas have brought their unique brand of flip-flop sandals to a their beautiful store in Britomart. One essential item that you can't go past is a great pair of jandals and they don't get much cooler than Havaianas Top Classic.
The New Zealand-inspired, San Francisco-born sustainable footwear brand Allbirds will be landing at Britomart in August.
Marked by one of the most recognised logos in the world, adidas Originals’ roots may be planted firmly in history but its place is undoubtedly here and now.
Jo Malone London
This is one luxury brand that knows how to engage your senses, from the first fragrant inhalation as you step in the door to the tactile pleasures of the exquisite packaging.
Born in the hills and praised on the street, iconic New Zealand clothing label Huffer is a must-visit Britomart stop-off for those who love casual style.
One of New Zealand’s most successful fashion exports, Trelise Cooper combines colour, texture and print to create an eclectic form of glamour.
sass & bide
Bold, glamorous and just a little bit bohemian, sass & bide’s Britomart boutique beautifully embodies the beloved brand.
It’s not just outdoor gear, it’s a symbol of adventure. And the Macpac guys aren’t just salespeople, they’re outdoor experts who walk the adventure talk.
Dry & Tea
Blow wave bar and tea house Dry & Tea offer affordable luxury and express beauty in the world of hair and makeup.
A bike-friendly city means “all kinds of people on all kinds of bikes”, and Evo Cycles Britomart are here to make it happen, providing kiwis with quality service and advice while offering top global brands at incredible value.
Designer stationery label kikki.K showcases a superb range of beautiful and practical accessories for the workplace and home in this fun, stylish store.
Characterised by an edgy dark beauty, the timeless designs of this iconic Kiwi fashion house celebrate local identity and the individual sense of self.
L’Occitane en Provence
Inspired by the traditions of Provence, L’Occitane products embody a true ‘art de vivre’ – a celebration of the pleasures of life.
Leading Kiwi designer Vicki Taylor’s unique brand of timeless, wearable fashion has found a home in The Pavilions at Britomart.
The Face Place
Described by founder Dr Catherine stone as a ‘medical spa with soul’, The Face Place’s Britomart clinic is beautiful – and beautifying.
Splashes of sequins, thigh skimming skirts, slogan tees and drop crotch pants, The CO-OP is home to a handful of price- and street-savvy fashion brands, including Trelise Cooper’s COOP.
The coveted British fashion label Ted Baker London delivers a shopping experience as unique as the brand itself.
Offering superb bespoke and made-to-measure tailoring services, RJB Design is founded on a simple philosophy: ‘Suits made by individuals, for individuals’.
Les Mills Britomart
With their high-energy buzz, acclaimed classes and a supportive team, Les Mills Britomart is the gym to join.
Ryder is one of New Zealand’s leading hair salons, guided by a philosophy of ‘recognising the traditional craft of hairdressing without being restricted by it’.
The first-ever store for New Zealand’s leading shoe designer carries the full Kathryn Wilson and Miss Wilson ranges – including some store exclusives.
Jennie Loo, former owner of luxury shoe store Ashley Ardrey, has launched a fashion brand with the opening of concept store Lineage.
“If you have a body, you’re an athlete,” said co-founder Bill Bowerman – a message of empowerment that has helped turn Nike into the world’s best-loved sports brand.
A one-stop shop for high quality sartorial staples for men and women alike, AS Colour’s Britomart store is as industrially cool as the cult label itself.
The Tooth Company
With a founding philosophy of fun, ease and accessibility, this down-to-earth kiwi dental practice promises to take at least some of the fear out of going to the dentist.
OFF Wax & Laser and ON Brow House
In their funky Britomart location, OFF Wax & Laser and ON Brow House take the ‘serious’ out of seriously smooth skin, one happy customer at a time.