Good As Gold Move Wellington Store Location
Wellington boutique streetwear store, Good as Gold have opened a brand new store a few doors down for their last home. From 120 Victoria Street to 111 Victoria Street the new address sees a smaller, homely interior that is met with pops of colour tones such as burnt orange, lavender, sky blue and yellow. Recently following the launch of their new website, Good as Gold have designed their new store within the scope of their new branding - taking a more minimalistic approach that still has life and fun within in. With concrete floors and bright white walls, along with a gigantic smiley face being a light feature it's hard to not feel happy at someone's new home.
The store is now open on Victoria Street, one of Wellington's prime retail destinations with adjacent cafés, retail stores and community shared areas.
111 Victoria Street
Te Aro, Wellington
Photos: Fergus Haywood
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