Best of Auckland 2015: Shops

by Alice Harbourne / 03 December, 2015

The best shops in the city according to our Best of Auckland 2015 readers' poll.


 
Best barber

Winner: Maloney’s
Runner-up: Bespoke Barbers
Beauty

Winner: East Day Spa
Runner-up: Lucy and the Powder Room

Be in to win a $50 East Day Spa voucher to celebrate Best of Auckland 2015!

Bookshop

Winner: Unity Books
Runner-up: Time Out

Unity Books
Florist

Winner: The Botanist
Runner-up: La Femme Fleur
Hair salon

Winner: Dry & Tea
Runner-up: Stephen Marr
Homeware store

Winner: The Bread & Butter Letter
Runner-up: Flotsam & Jetsam
Best men’s clothing label

Winner: Huffer
Women’s clothing label

Winner: Zambesi
Runner-up: Liam

And the rest:


People (including most irritating and funniest Aucklander)

Places (including best place for a date and best beach)

Food (including best cafe, restaurant, cheap eat and coffee roaster)

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