Designer stationery label kikki.K showcases a superb range of beautiful and practical accessories for the workplace and home in this fun, stylish store.

Make over your home or office workspace and turn it into an extension of your personal style with kikki.K’s divine range of stationery and desktop accessories.

Here the humble pen and notepad are elevated to designer status with covetable colours, finishes and graphics. You’ll find everything from folders and filing systems for foodies to stamps, stickers and pens for the busy professional.

And it’s a treasure trove for those who love to create, whether you work from a corner in the kitchen or the office on the top floor.


Gorgeous gifts for office and home

The label’s collection of beautiful yet practical objects sprang from Swedish-born Kristina ‘Kikki’ Karlsson’s belief that an organised and inspiring environment leads to a more positive and creative state of mind.

With hallmark Swedish style and simplicity, Kristina’s pieces transform ordinary workspaces into orderly places designed to increase your productivity and set your most creative self free.

Designs range from the classic to the contemporary, and as with all true fashion brands, the lines are constantly refreshed in keeping with the latest trends.

You’ll find no shortage of inspiration in the collections on display, and with prices ranging from everyday through to luxury, kikki.K is the perfect place to find a gift for that friend who has everything.

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The Kiehl’s philosophy is one of simple luxury, combining high quality, botanical ingredients with cutting edge dermatological science to create highly ‘efficacious skin and hair care products.’

Founded in New York City’s Lower East Side in 1851, Kiehl’s has catered to both sexes since the introduction of a dedicated men’s skincare range in 1961. The cult brand has since amassed a legion of male fans, with notable devotees including Andy Warhol.

Signature products like Kiehl’s Crème de Corps and Calendula Herbal Extract Toner are still made according to decades old recipes passed down through generations. And in a nod to Kiehl’s artisanal roots, the calendula petals in its iconic toner are added by hand according to the original formulation.

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Natural skincare, body care and hair care

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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.

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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.

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The contrasts and incongruities explored in the collections are also evident in the design of her flagship store at Britomart. Raw concrete pillars and exposed industrial services are the foil for a cool, chic colour scheme, with smooth blond wood fittings and delicate perforated ironwork ceiling panels.

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The Britomart boutique carries full collections of both Kate Sylvester and ‘naughty little sister’ label Sylvester, as well as Kate Sylvester eyewear, shoes and a selection of other handpicked accessories.

Following a childhood steeped in dress-ups, Kate’s first commercial venture designing and selling clothes was at the age of 14. In 1993 she launched her eponymous label with Wayne Conway, her partner in life, creativity and business.

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Opening onto a leafy central courtyard with a bijou planted courtyard to the rear, the store mirrors the signature elegant Karen Walker look, which has evolved in conjunction with famed Kiwi interiors stylist Katie Lockhart.

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The Britomart boutique houses the label’s Mainline and Runaway clothing collections alongside Karen Walker Eyewear, Beau Coops for Karen Walker footwear and Karen Walker Jewellery, including the Karen Walker Diamond collection.

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Juliette Hogan established her eponymous brand in 2004, making waves with a striking NZ Fashion Week debut in 2006. Today each new collection is hotly anticipated and widely celebrated as her unique design sensibility continues to evolve and impress.

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The Jo Malone fragrance signature is elegance and simplicity – just one or two notes, compared to the complexity of most perfumes – characterised by unexpected twists. It was fresh, original combinations like Lime Basil & Mandarin, now a cult fragrance worldwide, that helped launched the company in London 20 years ago.

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Twenty years, 24 countries and thousands of devoted customers later, and Jo Malone is today a global luxury lifestyle brand. Britomart is proud to be the home of New Zealand’s only Jo Malone store.

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As the inventor of enhanced natural beauty, it made sense for Bobbi Brown to open her first Australasian store in the garden-enclosed Pavilions.

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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.

Creative blank apparel company AS Colour is famed for its honestly priced, simply styled basics, selling an ever-growing range of top quality T-shirts, singlets, sweatshirts and more that are the perfect accompaniment to higher priced pieces in your wardrobe.

From organic cotton T-shirts and canvas totes to hooded sweats and classic children’s wear, AS Colour’s quintessentially cool designs have made its name synonymous with the kind of ‘solid, no-nonsense staples that everyone can wear regardless of personal style.’

AS Colour’s story started in 2005 when its founders spotted a growing demand for blank apparel from creative New Zealand companies. They duly began distributing blank American T-shirts from a Parnell garage and when they couldn’t get what they wanted from suppliers, they began designing and manufacturing their own range.

Simply brilliant basics

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“We started with a very simple idea, to make the best quality blank apparel so that other people could print their ideas onto it,” AS Colour’s founders explain. “It may not be the most earth shattering idea but we felt quite passionate about it.”

The Britomart shop’s fitout is minimal and modern with an industrial feel, mirroring the blank canvas simplicity of AS Colour’s coolly classic designs. It carries a full range of the brand’s T-shirts, singlets, sweatshirts, caps, pants and shorts along with the odd limited collection or collaboration that the Kiwi company releases.