We don’t fall for names, it’s quality that captures our attention, with only the most considered designs making our eyewear collection. We also offer Tax Free, saving 15% on purchases over NZD$300. Simply buy in-store, then collect your item/s at the airport as you’re departing New Zealand. Enjoy discovering our brands. As you’ll see, whether optical or sunglasses, we have something truly special waiting for you.
Celine Vipiana was not even thirty years old when she labelled her eponymous brand with her given name. The year was 1945 when the business began as a made-to-measure shoe service for children. Today, the idea of Parisian chic, with savoir-faire and the finest quality materials as pillars of the house is reinforced by artistic director Hedi Slimane through the ateliers at 16 rue Vivienne. Combined with ready-to-wear and accessories, his ‘haute couture’ designs showcase the meticulous possibilities of French craft within the Celine wardrobe.
MOSCOT is a New York City Institution renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear. The MOSCOT Originals infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with over 100 years of eyewear expertise and unparalleled craftsmanship to create its timeless eyewear. All eyewear is handmade, using the highest quality materials, real hardware, and hinges that are riveted to ensure the sturdiest construction possible. MOSCOT offers multiple sizes so that you can find the right frame for your face.
Victoria Beckham Eyewear signature style consists of highly structured and feminine pieces with a sophisticated edge. Victoria designs pieces to empower women and her designs do exactly that, offering endlessly flattering looks. Using only the finest craftsmanship and fabrication, Victoria Beckham Eyewear is expertly handmade in Italy, using Zeiss lenses, Victoria Beckham Eyewear combines optimum optical design with performance and protection.
Quietly unexpected, undeniably beautiful,and completely timeless. A collaboration between father and son, Larry and Garrett Leight, Mr. Leight bridges multiple generations of design and craftsmanship to deliver superlative contemporary eyewear. Together, they are committed to creating uncommonly thoughtful, beautiful, and original designs that combine the classic and the new and reflect the spectrum of their immense eyewear knowledge and expertise.
Contemporary Eyewear. PROJEKT PRODUKT is an eyewear brand founded by optometrists and designers with their philosophy and sensitivity, which lets everyone be able to find their own styles among fast-changing fashion trends.
Anne Et Valentin is a French brand whose creations are original, colourful, lively and. combine their savoir-faire with an equal mix of respect and anti-conformism, to create frames that never let you down. Anne Et Valentin believe a frame should not only flatter and complement, but express who you really are. Their purpose is to express the essence of every individual through their choice of eyewear. Each time you put on your frame, you present yourself to the world just as you are” – Anne et Valentin.
The urban romanticism and eclecticism that Creative Director Alessandro Michele has infused into his collections has redefined Gucci’s codes and creativity. His distinctive and contemporary aesthetic favors gender fluidity, rich embellishments, and an unconventional vibe, all blended liberally and unexpectedly. As seen on the runway, eyewear is part of the House’s new aesthetic. Over 250 new styles developed annually feature the brand’s iconic motifs alongside novelty details, making the offering extremely versatile for the contemporary tastemaker.
Started in 2011 in Venice, LA, Garrett Leight is about classic design, classic style, timeless type of eyewear. Both American and English inspired, it draws its inspiration from different characters throughout time. Their frames are handmade and finished the the finest materials and processes by the best eyewear makers in the world.
Chloé eyewear mimics the ready to wear collection. Sinuous, sophisticated, essential and versatile designs. The eyewear collection takes inspiration from the brand’s codes of elegance and femininity, enriched by exclusive details that combine vintage taste, masculine references and highly seductive graphic effects. The collection reflects a mix of brand iconic elements such as soft materials, round, retro and oversized shapes, expressed through warm and sandy shades, true to Chloé colour palette.
Founded in 1969, British luxury eyewear brand Cutler and Gross combines the finest Italian craftsmanship with irrefutably cool style. Since its establishment in fashion’s halcyon days, the brand’s signature creativity has been applied to sunglasses and optical frames with their trademark numbered designs and absence of an ostentatious logo.
Frame chain was born in East London in 2014 by international duo Vanessa and Annie after Annie lost three pairs of designer sunglasses in a week. It was impossible to find a glasses chain to match her personal aesthetic, she convinced her jewellery designer flatmate to start making some together. Drawing their inspiration from vintage jewellery and fashion trends, their debut collection launched in Liberty of London and their designs are seen at Fashion Week around the globe.
The DITA-Lancier collection is inspired by the inimitable speed and endurance in the pursuit of excellence, Continuing in this spirit of timeless performance, DITA is proud to utilize lens technology designed for land, sea, and air – paired with a universal frame design system.
Ic! berlin revolutionised eyewear with their very first frame – a screwless sheetmetalframe with an ingenious interlocking hinge with a removable clip that holds everything in place. Every ic! berlin frame features this remarkable hinge system, meaning every frame can be reassembled quickly, easily, and without any extra tools. No screws, no glues, no welds, no witchcraft; just award-winning designs for every day, and extraordinary showpieces for once in a lifetime.
Yohji Yamamoto is a Japanese fashion designer based in Tokyo and Paris. Considered a master tailor alongside those such as Madeleine Vionnet, he is known for his avant-garde tailoring featuring Japanese design aesthetics.