Boutique shopping on Ghuznee Street
With a concentration of stylish boutiques, excellent cafés, art galleries and street art, Ghuznee Street is Wellington's home of independent style
57 Ghuznee Street, Te Aro, Wellington
Caughley has that effortless cool that comes with a well-cut pair of jeans and an organic cotton t-shirt.
Run by charismatic owner Rachel Caughley, the store reflects her own effortless style and exuberance. The store has a carefully selected edit of pieces from coveted international brands and emerging New Zealand designers and there's always a good range of timeless accessories, jewellery and shoes - all handpicked by Rachel.
The cool-without-trying-too-hard store is filled with beautiful natural light that pours in through the street-facing windows and is a lovely place to spend some time.
66A Ghuznee Street, Te Aro, Wellington
On one of Wellington's trendiest streets, Sully's is the place to be for chic, independent fashion.
Uber cool and a little bit quirky, the boutique is owned by Hannah Sullivan, a familiar face in the capital's fashion retail industry. Wanting to bring a slice of the global fashion scene to the capital, Hannah has handpicked all the brands stocked at Sully's. Most of the labels are small and independent with an interesting story to tell - which Hannah is always happy to share with her customers.
While much of Sully's curated collection comes from overseas, a few labels have been sourced from closer to home. Aucklander Zoe McBride's jewellery and cosy creations from Wellington Knits can be found in-store, alongside a thoughtful selection of fashion, accessories, and skincare. All of Sully's products are ethically made from recycled or organic materials.
The Service Depot
11 Ghuznee Street, Te Aro, Wellington
A must-visit for all fans of contemporary avant-garde and minimalist fashion, The Service Depot presents an ever-changing line-up of independent clothing and design labels.
The sleek, minimalist store has a gallery-like quality and is the perfect backdrop for some of New Zealand’s leading designers of clothing, jewellery, accessories and objects.
Browse collections of some of New Zealand’s hottest designers, including jewellery by Wellington designer Lucilla Gray, whose incredibly covetable jewellery and clothing have been worn at the Oscars, and homegrown labels Lela Jacobs, Company of Strangers, Nom*D, Meadowlark and Age eyewear.
28 Ghuznee Street, Te Aro, Wellington
Nestled in the hip Ghuznee Street precinct, Deadly Ponies brings an avant-garde edge to the street’s sartorial line-up. The Brancusi-inspired fit-out glows with colour and shape and is the perfect theatrical backdrop for the label’s line of glamorous leather bags and accessories that are known for challenging conventional notions of design. The internationally-renowned New Zealand label was founded in 2005 and uses beautifully soft, ethically-sourced leathers to make objects that you’ll keep and treasure for many years to come.
30 Ghuznee Street Te Aro, Wellington
KAUKAU brings together, contemporary art and design under one roof.
Established by Nadya France-White (formerly ENA) and Prak Sritharan (formerly Precinct 35). They've created a space that highlights evolving makers, designers, and artists that they've worked with previously.
With a mix of objects, whare items, clothing, accessories, and art in the store - there's a variety of creative goods that'll tick your shopping list off, in one spot.
97 Ghuznee Street, Te Aro, Wellington
What happens when an artist and a yoga instructor decide to open a business together? The answer is YoGallery, a yoga studio and art gallery hybrid on Ghuznee Street.
Trained yoga and pilates instructor Katie Christie has many years of teaching experience, while designer and artist Tim Christie has exhibited his work around the world. At YoGallery, Tim curates exhibitions of his collection of paintings, weavings, prints, and light works. Alongside the art, Katie runs Now Yoga classes aimed at all levels of yoga experience, giving you a workout for your mind as well as your muscles.
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