Surge clothing is an independent women's wear label designed by Sandy Jeffs. Sandy is passionate about textiles and design. Fabrics are sourced globally, and include African wax prints, Japanese silks + cottons, Indian block prints + Kantha, and New Zealand wools. All transformed into a classic style with a contemporary twist. Quirky florals, patterns and stripes, Colour reigns supreme! Surge is spirited and evokes fun and charm. Proudly Made in New Zealand since 1995.
New Zealand made and exquisitely crafted, De Vol design and manufacture all items themselves. Everything is produced in small runs and fabrics are constantly changing. Stacey & De Vol have been part of the Frutti family since the late 1990s. Working part-time in store Stacey is able to work with clients to provide a custom tailoring service. Having over 22 years commercial designing and construction experience De Vol garments are beautifully crafted and inspired by classic vintage silhouettes. Fabrics include cotton novelty prints, cotton spandex and merino knitwear. De Vol garments are timeless pieces designed to make a gal feel great about herself! Their range varies from office chic, evening glamour, and fun wearable classics.
The uniquely individual, and hand made silk creations of Who Is Dead Martin? started around 1996. Specialising in one off, intensely hand crafted and unique pieces including dresses, tops, skirts, capes, scarves, bags, and necklaces, Who Is Dead Martin? has been stocked in NZ at Frutti, Rip Shit and Bust, Karen Walker, Artikel, Miss Crabb, Alice Euphemia (Melbourne), Incu (Melbourne), and Pablo Fanque (Sydney). Who is Dead Martin? Is guided by a love of mixing colour, pattern, texture, pre-loved and new, preferably in silk and with a good dose of fun. Explore more of the beautiful crafts by Maiangi Waitai here.
◦ Hilary Wilkenshaw knitted hats
◦ Peach Jewellery
◦ Rings by Louise Pembarthy
◦ Cushions and Ceramic Jewellery by Hayley Burnett
◦ Thunderpants Underwear
◦ José Bribiesca Rings
◦ Imprint Hosiery
◦ Columbine Hosiery and Socks
◦ Smash Palace Ceramic Jewellery