We are so proud to house so many beautiful home grown brands at Hebe. All designed and made right here in little ol' New Zealand. We have put together a list of those brands below with a little bit about them.
IIKARI is a boutique collection of luxury candles and home fragrance. Poured by hand in small batches in the sunny Tasman Region of New Zealand. Pure Coconut Wax, pure cotton wicks, and IFRA approved fragrances combine to achieve these clean, conscious and balanced burning candles.
Twenty Seven Names is homage to the list of 27 people who helped to get their label off the ground. Proudly made in New Zealand since its inception, the brand’s values lie in a commitment to sustainability, ethical production and supporting local industry. TSN is based in Wellington under the direction of Anjali and Rachel.
George & Edi (G&E) are artisanal, small batch producers, creating a range of perfumed goods for your home and body. From their studio based in the beautiful resort town, Lake Wanaka, New Zealand.
Inspired by Te Waipounamu’s striking Southern Alps, Nevé's collection of mesmerising scents add instant style and ambience, while their wood wicks captivate with their flickering flame, soft crackling sound and long burn time.
Backing the new NZ fashion industry is a core value at CC, meaning they support local fabric and trimmings suppliers, and every ready to wear garment has been made by a talented NZ local. Caitlin only creates small, exclusive runs, and the majority of fabrics selected are composed of natural fibres.
Taylor fosters individual creativity and experimentation through inspired design. Designing collections proudly from New Zealand that effortlessly integrate into your world and elevate your sense of self.
My Boyfriends Back is Hebe’s self designed and NZ made label. Originally run by Dani before the days of Hebe, MBB has moved from nationwide wholesale to a Hebe exclusive, comprising of thoughtful, edgy designs that fill a gap for the store. Made in Auckland.
Millie is a small New Zealand made label that has developed from a genuine love for making good quality clothing to last for years to come. Everything is predominantly made to order and all designed, created and sewn, wrapped and posted by Millie Askew in her home studio based in the Wairarapa.
NZ designer Lillie Toogood is the brains behind the brand – her love of photography, travel, textiles and design collide serendipitously in GOOD&CO. Her background in graphic design is evident in her eye for colour and form as all designs originate from her own photography.
We love the skin we’re in! And Koko Body was born out of a desire to help others love their skin too. Inspired by nature and made with love, Koko Body focuses on your health and the health of the planet by creating luxurious and effective products that don’t cost the environment.
IDAE is a luxury label designed and made in New Zealand. It strives to empower its wearer through garments that are both effortless and practical. The brand has established an ethos through its quality, lifelong pieces. each piece is designed to be easy to wear and simple juxtapositioned alongside unexpected details. IDAE takes a step back from the present fashion cycle and aims to slow down the unsustainable movement by creating two small collections a year. All garments are made in New Zealand.
Fashion designer Dame Trelise Cooper said her fashion brand had been manufacturing its garments in New Zealand for 35 years. "Currently, Trelise Cooper makes most samples and small volume runs in New Zealand. We employ multiple contractors throughout the Auckland region," Cooper said. "We also employ 120 staff in New Zealand, many of whom make our garments in-house, pattern making, cutting, machining and hand finishing."
Since its inception in 1993 Ricochet has been known for its signature blend of directional tailoring, deconstructed silhouettes, and sporty casual wear. The company bought production back to New Zealand in 2009 when it purchased the company from previous owners. "Under previous ownership, production was based offshore, but when we took over the brand in 2009 we brought production back to New Zealand," she said. "Since then, we have manufactured everything in New Zealand with the sole exception of our knitwear."
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