There are a number of international stores located right in the heart of the city which appeal to a wide variety of tastes and needs. Take a look at our roundup of the top international retail stores the city has on offer.
Calvin Klein | Store 34, Commercial Bay
Known for creating the world’s first designer underwear, Calvin Klein has been a household name for decades. The new store in Commercial Bay has curated the best of what Calvin Klein has on offer, from men and women’s underwear, sleepwear, and loungewear. Staying open until 9pm, come in for a late evening shop and treat yourself to an array of luxurious products.
Kate Spade | Store 35 & 36, Commercial Bay
Kate Spade New York is known for its youthful and feminine take on the classic handbag. Starting in 1993 with six essential handbags, the brand has since branched out into jewellery, footwear, gifts, and home decor. Check out the gorgeous Commercial Bay store - a gorgeous and chic purchase awaits!
Sandro Paris | Store 15, 7 Queen St | Commercial Bay
Effortlessly mixing streetwear with elegant and feminine touches, Sandro Paris exudes style and class. Purchasing from Sandro Paris is a wise investment, as these items are designed to last and be worn for any occasion, creating versatility and accessibility. The label combines non-conformity with simplicity, the more discreet the look the more eye-catching it tends to be.
L’Occitane en Provence | Britomart Place
Hailing from France, L’Occitane is an award-winning natural skincare and beauty brand. Head on over to Britomart Place and feel like you're in Europe as you scan the wide range of products that are on offer. From fragrances to face care, to bath and body care, there will be something for every form of pampering.
Ted Baker | 31 Te Ara Tāhuhu Walkway, Britomart
Originating from the streets of Glasgow in Scotland, Ted Baker started out as a men’s apparel line before evolving into a men’s and women’s designer brand. If you are wanting to purchase clothing with a strong personality and an emphasis on quality, then look no further than Ted Baker.
Gorman | 16 High St
When Gorman is mentioned, a few things spring to mind - namely sustainability, individuality, and vibrance. Originating from a small coastal town in Australia, Lisa Gorman started creating and selling her clothing at age 13. Now as one of the most recognised names in the Australian fashion industry, Gorman is an international label that is known for its bright and unique designs. Pop into the High St store and see for yourself.
Sephora | 152 Queen St
For all your beauty needs, Sephora is a go-to destination, and that showed when it was met with huge crowds and lines down Queen Street when it opened its New Zealand flagship store in 2019. Sephora stocks thousands of sought-after makeup and beauty products, from international brands like Fenty Beauty and Huda Beauty. Whether you go in knowing exactly what you want, or you want to consult with a knowledgeable staff member, you will no doubt leave Sephora fully stocked up on deluxe cosmetics.
Superdry | 101 Queen St
Superdry defines itself as artfully mixing vintage Americana with British and Japanese influences. With over 500 Superdry stores in 50 countries, the brand has made a strong name with a loyal following - no doubt because of its high-quality and unique designs. The sleek seasonal range includes microfibre jackets, utility bombers, and lightweight hoodies for men and women.