After launching into Auckland early last year, British fashion giant Topshop expects to open its second store in the capital in early November. The store will be opening at 256 Lambton Quay, just up the way from David Jones department store.
Fashion designer Andrea Moore has been announced as Swarovski's only New Zealand "ingredient brand" partner for 2016. The accolade means she is the only Kiwi retailer who has collaborated to have its world-famous crystals put on her clothing. its Moore joins the ranks of international
It’s been just over a month since David Jones opened its doors in Wellington, but what has been the wider effect of its arrival? We checked in with Marketview and Wellington's OurCBD group about whether retail in the surrounding area was given a boost.
DIY retailer Mitre 10 has paid homage to its store owners in the regions by featuring them in its latest series of TVCs. The ad campaign is part of its sponsorship of the Mitre 10 Cup rugby competition (formerly the National Provincial Championship).
The new and improved catalogue is the first of its kind for Fly Buys. It chose Tangible Media to create a magazine that people would be interested to pick up and read – as well as browse through - to discover the products listed as
For the first time in 10 years, Christchurch grand dame Ballantynes has completely revamped its accessories department. The new concept has pumped up the luxury factor with marble and diamantes, inspired by international design trends. The renovation comes almost exactly one month after the grand
A new all-day eatery on Devonport Wharf is now open for business and is hoped to draw in shoppers to the surrounding area. Its opening is the beginning of Auckland Transport’s city-wide strategy to revamp retail at public transport facilities.
The Cotton On group turned heads when it bought the Papamoa's Fashion Island shopping centre earlier this year. RCG's Paul Keane considers whether more retailers will follow.
A new Kiwi start-up is jumping into childrenswear with a twist on the subscription box model. Wellington-based Little Big Crate sends its customers crates containing a selection of clothing, allowing them to keep their favourites and send back the rest. The simplified ecommerce system has
The Warehouse has been praised by customers for including a wheelchair using child as a model in its latest catalogue. A post congratulating the retailer on the move on its Facebook wall by a mother whose children also use wheelchairs has gathered over 15,000 likes